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    Are my answers correct? thank you.

    Hello:
    A firm has monthly average costs, in dollars, given by
    C = 495,000/x +100+x
    Where x is the number of units produced per month. The firm can sell its product in a competitive market for $1600 per unit. If the production is limited to 600 units per month, find the number of units that gives maximum profit, and find the maximum profit.

    my answers
    X=600 units
    P = $495,000

    thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhonwashington View Post
    Hello:
    A firm has monthly average costs, in dollars, given by
    C = 495,000/x +100+x
    Where x is the number of units produced per month. The firm can sell its product in a competitive market for $1600 per unit. If the production is limited to 600 units per month, find the number of units that gives maximum profit, and find the maximum profit.

    my answers
    X=600 units
    P = $495,000

    thanks.
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