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accepted Finding Revenue Function and Max Revenue
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comment Finding Revenue Function and Max Revenue
Yeah I realized that after my post.
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comment Finding Revenue Function and Max Revenue
Nevermind. Brain fart. I've solved them. It's $q=-70000+\frac{\sqrt{-70000^2-4*1396000}}2$ and $q=-70000-\frac{\sqrt{-70000^2-4*1396000}}2$ Which are 69800 and 20 respectively.
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comment Finding Revenue Function and Max Revenue
Do I just input 40000 in place of q?
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comment Finding Revenue Function and Max Revenue
I'm afraid I don't quite understand, can you be more specific?
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comment Finding Revenue Function and Max Revenue
I gave it a shot and I end up with $0=q^2-70000q+1396000$, although this is unfactorable.
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accepted Computing the limit.
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accepted Finding the limit $\lim_{x\to-\infty} (2x)/(2x-1)^2$.
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comment Computing the limit.
Thanks guys, I actually plugged it in right after I posted the question, so I figured something was up. I guess I just assumed my prof wouldn't have a question that was that easy.
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comment Computing the limit.
Thanks, I knew something was up when I inputted 4 into the original equation and came to $1/3$ or$0.333$. For some reason I thought when you cancel out the two $x-4$ they just disappeared into space, thanks for your help.
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