To calculate:The total cost of producing 1000 books and 32,000 books.

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To calculate:The total cost of producing 1000 books and 32,000 books.
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Answered 2021-02-02 Author has 108 answers
Given: The total cost (in dollars) of producing x college algebra books is C(x) = 42.5x + 80,000.
Calculation:
To find the total cost of producing 1000 books, replace the value of x = 1000 in the given cost function.
C(x) = 42.5x + 80, 000
C1000) = 42.5(1000) + 80, 000
C1000) = 122,500
The total cost for the production of 1000 books is $122,500.
For 32, 000 books,
Ca) = 42.5x + 80,000
C (32, 000) = 42.5 (32, 000) + 80,000
C (32, 000) = 1,360,000 + 80,000
C (32,000) = 1,440,000
The total cost for the production of 32000 books is $1,440,000.
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