The price of an item is given by p= 2x squared-100 Find the plynomial that represents the revenue generated from the sale of x items
is it set up like? p= x(2x squared -100)? i can't write out the little 2 above the 2x so i have to say squared
The price of an item is given by p= 2x squared-100 Find the plynomial that represents the revenue generated from the sale of x items
is it set up like? p= x(2x squared -100)? i can't write out the little 2 above the 2x so i have to say squared
you can use "^" to represent powers. typing 2x^2 means 2x squared. also, you can learn to use LaTex, it's not that hard, so you can write $\displaystyle 2x^2$
i attached a pdf to the end of this post, it is the LaTex tutorial that you can find on this site
by the way, you are correct, you would multiply the price function by x to get the revenue function (but dont call it p, call it something else, like r, you already have the function p defined as something else, naming the new function using the same variable causes confusion). why do you think that is how we get the desired function?
[quote=curvature;58480]Its here.
It is the stick post at the top of the Feedback and Anouncements forum.
RonL