Question Solved1 Answer Written Homework 1 - Math 116 1. The cost in dollars to a company to produce x bronze medals is given by C(x) = 12x + 39. Suppose the company sells each medal for 25 dollars. a. How much does it cost for the company to produce 75 bronze medals? b. Determine the profit function P(x). Simplify your answer. c. Find the average cost when 10 bronze medals are produced.

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Transcribed Image Text: Written Homework 1 - Math 116 1. The cost in dollars to a company to produce x bronze medals is given by C(x) = 12x + 39. Suppose the company sells each medal for 25 dollars. a. How much does it cost for the company to produce 75 bronze medals? b. Determine the profit function P(x). Simplify your answer. c. Find the average cost when 10 bronze medals are produced.
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Transcribed Image Text: Written Homework 1 - Math 116 1. The cost in dollars to a company to produce x bronze medals is given by C(x) = 12x + 39. Suppose the company sells each medal for 25 dollars. a. How much does it cost for the company to produce 75 bronze medals? b. Determine the profit function P(x). Simplify your answer. c. Find the average cost when 10 bronze medals are produced.
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The cost in dollars to a company to prodece ' x ' bronze medals is given by c(x)=12 x+39=> the Company sells each medal for 25 dallarsThe selling price for x bronze medals =25 x(a)The cost for the Company to produce 75 bronze me dals =C(75)=12(75)+39=900+39=939The cost for the Company lo produce 75 bronze. medals =$939(b) Profit function for x bronze medals= Selling price of x ... See the full answer