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The marginal cost of printing a poster when x posters have been printed is dc/ dx =1/(2(sqrt(x)) dollars.

Find c(100) - c(1), the cost of printing posters 2–100.

Step 1

It is given that, the marginal cost of printing a poster when (x) posters have been printed is

Step 2

To find: The value of c(100) - c(1), i.e. the cost of printing 2-100 posters.

Step 3

The value of c(100) - c(1)...

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