Multiple Choice Question (MCQ)

At a certain software company, the cost, C , of developing and producing a computer software program is related to the number of copies produced, x , by the equation C= 30000+2x . The company's total revenues, R , are related to the number of copies produced, x , by the equation R=6x-10000 . How many copies must the company produce so that the total revenue is equal to the cost?

  1. 5000

  2. ×

    6000

  3. ×

    75000

  4. ×

    9000

  5. ×

    10000

Collected in the board: Algebraic equation

Steven Zheng posted 3 months ago


Answer

  1. When the total revenue is equal to the cost, R = C , then we get the equation,

    30000+2x = 6x-10000

    4x = 2000

    x= 5000

Steven Zheng posted 3 months ago

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