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Question 28 Unsaved The supply function for manufacturing a certain item is p(x)=x2+46x−66. The demand function is p(x)=56x+30. If x represents the number of items (in hundreds), what is the optimum number of items to be manufactured?

8 months ago

Another user has already attempted to answer this question. you simply need to set the functions equal to each other and solve for x. x^2+46x−66 = 56x + 30 we do not give direct answers here but we are happy to help you if something is still unclear.

8 months ago
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