# candles To make candles, there is an initial set-up cost of $496. It also costs$0.41 per candle for materials and labor. a.) Letting x represent the number of candles made, what will be the total cost function C(x)? C(x) = %3D b.) If we sold each candle for $0.66, what will be the total revenue function R(x)? R(x) = c.) What is the smallest number of candles needed to be sold in order for the total revenue to be at least the total cost necessary to make them? candles Question help_outlineImage Transcriptionclosecandles To make candles, there is an initial set-up cost of$496. It also costs $0.41 per candle for materials and labor. a.) Letting x represent the number of candles made, what will be the total cost function C(x)? C(x) = %3D b.) If we sold each candle for$0.66, what will be the total revenue function R(x)? R(x) = c.) What is the smallest number of candles needed to be sold in order for the total revenue to be at least the total cost necessary to make them? candles fullscreen

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