   Chapter 1.1, Problem 142E
Textbook Problem

REVENUE of Two Gas Stations Refer to Exercise 141. Find an expression that gives the amount by which the revenue of the second gas station will exceed the revenue of the first gas station in month t(0 ≤ t ≤ 12).

To determine
The expression by which the revenue of second gas station exceed the revenue of the first gas station in a month (t12) .

Explanation

Given: The total revenue for the first gas station in one month is 0.2t2+150t

The total revenue for the second gas station in one month is 0.5t2+200t

Calculation:

The expression that second gas station revenue exceeds the first gas station is the difference between the revenue expressions of the two stations.

(revenue of the second station  revenue of the first station )=(0

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