y+x^2y=4 at (1,2)
A study of demand for air travel in Australia found that the demand (q) for discount air travel from Sydney to Melbourne depends on the airfare according to the equation q=55.2-.022p, where p is price...
The cost of a gallon of milk was $2.92 in 2009 and $3.45 in 2013. Assuming that the exponential growth model applies, find the growth rate.
write the quadratic 3x2+9x+6 in standard form (so it is clear what the vertex of the parabola would be)
This is the Price Demand equation they gave 20p+x=25 Heres what I got for the function of price. But I dont think I am right. R(p)=p(25-20p) It also wants...
Application of the Derivative: 2.6 #14 A rectangular corral of 54 square meters is to be fenced off te divided by a fence into two sections, if the cost of the fencing for the boundary...
Stockman's bank will pay 4.2% compounded annually, on a saving account. A competitor, Mesalands savings, offers monthly compounding on savings accounts. What is the minimum annual interest rate that...
this is for business calculus
For a particular commodity, the demand function is q=110,000/p....Find the elasticity when p=8
Suppose for a particular commodity, e=0.67 and that currently 10,000 units are selling for $6 each. How does a 1% increase in price affect the revenue?
Got this wrong on my test and i just wanted to know the right answer
[Hint: First you will need to graph this function over this interval. The final area will be computed by taking the sum of 3 smaller areas.]
I am having trouble trying to factor the denominator in order to find the domain And putting it in interval form.
Got this question wrong on my test and just wanted to know the right answer
I am in relative extrema in my calculus class. I have a problem that states find the relative minimum and relative maximum of the following: G(x) = (x-3)^2 ...
got this question wrong on my test and just wanted to know the right answer
I got this wrong on my test and just wanted to know the right answer
C(x) = 72x2/3 dollars for x licenses. Use a calculator to find the actual cost of the 64th license by evaluating C(64) − C(63) for the cost function. (Round your answer to two decimal places...