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    Suppose the demand for a certain item is given by D(p)=-4p^2+3p+5, where p represents the price of item. Find D'(p), the rate of change of demand with respect to price. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmiAldi View Post
    Suppose the demand for a certain item is given by D(p)=-4p^2+3p+5, where p represents the price of item. Find D'(p), the rate of change of demand with respect to price. Thanks
    Taking the Derivatve gives.

    D'(p)=-8p+3
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