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The operating cost to an airline for having a flight between its west-coast and east-coast hubs changes with the price of oil. The average ticket price for a seat on one of these flights is
t(f0.6f 10 dollars
where f is the operating cost of the flight in dollars. When a barrel of oil is at $130, the operating cost to the airline is changing by $300 per dollar. At this oil price, what is the rate of
change of ticket price with respect to the price of oil?
per dollar oil price
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The operating cost to an airline for having a flight between its west-coast and east-coast hubs changes with the price of oil. The average ticket price for a seat on one of these flights is t(f0.6f 10 dollars where f is the operating cost of the flight in dollars. When a barrel of oil is at $130, the operating cost to the airline is changing by $300 per dollar. At this oil price, what is the rate of change of ticket price with respect to the price of oil? per dollar oil price

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Consider the given average ticket price for a seat of flight mode function t(f)=0.6f+10 dollars Consider the consumed oil in litre be x. Since the operating cost to the airline is changing by $300 per dollar, then the operating cost of the flight will be f(x) =300x

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