Keme L.

asked • 02/06/21

[CALCULUS RELATED RATES] A supplier produces n thousand boxes of orange daily when it is sold at p dollars per box. Suppose the relationship between n and p is (continuation in description)

A supplier produces n thousand boxes of orange daily when it is sold at p dollars per box. Suppose the relationship between n and p is;


pn-3p-100n-100=0


If the daily supply is decreasing by 250 boxes per day, at what rate is the price changing when the daily supply is 5000 boxes?


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Yefim S. answered • 02/07/21

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Keme L.

Shouldn't n be equal to 5 since in the first line it states " n thousands"? and dN/dT be -0.25 ?
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02/07/21

Keme L.

Shouldn't n be equal to 5 since in the first line it states " n thousands"? and dN/dT be negative since it is decreasing?
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02/07/21

Patrick B.

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and dN/dt = -0.25
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02/07/21

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