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2. The price of chocolate is approximated by the polynomial function:

 

P(x) = 0.002x2 - 0.21x + 15

 

How much does it cost to buy 50 chocolates? 80 chocolates?

 Sep 17, 2018
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p(50)  =  .002(50)^2  - .21(50)  + 15   =  $9.50

 

p(80)  =  .002(80)^2  - .21(80)  + 15  = $11.00

 

 

cool cool cool

 Sep 17, 2018

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