7. -/3 points LarCAABLS2 2.4.084. 0/6 Submissions Used My Notes Ask Your Teacher A company produces a product for which the variable cost is $12.75 per unit and the fixed costs are $114,000. The product sells for $22.95 per unit. Let x be the number of units produced and sold (a) Add the variable cost and the fixed costs to write the total cost C as a function of the number of units x. (b) Write the revenue R as a function of the number of units x. R- (c) Use the formula p = R-C to write the profit P as a function of the number of units. Need Help? Read ItTalk to a Tutor

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7. -/3 points LarCAABLS2 2.4.084. 0/6 Submissions Used
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A company produces a product for which the variable cost is $12.75 per unit and the fixed costs are $114,000. The product
sells for $22.95 per unit. Let x be the number of units produced and sold
(a) Add the variable cost and the fixed costs to write the total cost C as a function of the number of units x.
(b) Write the revenue R as a function of the number of units x.
R-
(c) Use the formula p = R-C to write the profit P as a function of the number of units.
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7. -/3 points LarCAABLS2 2.4.084. 0/6 Submissions Used My Notes Ask Your Teacher A company produces a product for which the variable cost is $12.75 per unit and the fixed costs are $114,000. The product sells for $22.95 per unit. Let x be the number of units produced and sold (a) Add the variable cost and the fixed costs to write the total cost C as a function of the number of units x. (b) Write the revenue R as a function of the number of units x. R- (c) Use the formula p = R-C to write the profit P as a function of the number of units. Need Help? Read ItTalk to a Tutor