Manufacturing Costs Suppose that the total cost of manufacturing x units of a certain product is C(x) dollars.
To explain: The quantity measured by .
The total cost for manufacturing units of certain product is dollars.
The derivative of a function represents the rate of change of a function with respect to variable
The sign of .
To estimate: The additional cost incurred by the company to produce unit of product.
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