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 Dec 7, 2017

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If Profit=Revenue-Costs, then \(p(x)=(5x+15,000)-(2x-2,000)\).

First distribute the negative into (2x-2000), then drop the parenthesis because they are no longer needed.

\(p(x)=5x+15,000-2x+2,000\)

Combine like terms.

So, your profit function is \(p(x)=3x+17,000\).

 Dec 7, 2017
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Best Answer

If Profit=Revenue-Costs, then \(p(x)=(5x+15,000)-(2x-2,000)\).

First distribute the negative into (2x-2000), then drop the parenthesis because they are no longer needed.

\(p(x)=5x+15,000-2x+2,000\)

Combine like terms.

So, your profit function is \(p(x)=3x+17,000\).

AdamTaurus Dec 7, 2017
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Thanks Yous Everys Days '~' 'u'

FunMath  Dec 9, 2017

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