Yahoo Answers: Answers and Comments for A) What does each term on the right side of the equation represent? b) Suppose there is $11 500 to spend on yearbooks.? [Mathematics]
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Yahoo Answers: Answers and Comments for A) What does each term on the right side of the equation represent? b) Suppose there is $11 500 to spend on yearbooks.? [Mathematics]
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From Jim Moor: C=7500+8n
11,500 = 7500 + 8n
7500 from both s...
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Sun, 15 Dec 2019 05:17:55 +0000
C=7500+8n
11,500 = 7500 + 8n
7500 from both sides
4,000 = 8n
divide both sides by 8, n = 500 books
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C is total Cost
$7,500 is the fixed cost
$8 iss the cost per book
n is the number of books

From sepia: The cost, C dollars, to produce a school yearb...
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The cost, C dollars, to produce a school yearbook is given by the equation
C = 7,500 + 8n, where n is the number of yearbooks printed.
a)
What does each term on the right side of the equation represent?
n represents the number of copies of the yearbook printed and
7,500 is the basic cost
b) Suppose there is $11,500 to spend on yearbooks.
How many yearbooks can be purchased?
c)
How many yearbooks can be produced for $20 000?
d)
How much would 700 yearbooks cost?

From ted s: 7500...fixed costs , 8 is cost per book , n = ...
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Sun, 15 Dec 2019 04:17:00 +0000
7500...fixed costs , 8 is cost per book , n = number of books .....n = [ 11500  7500] / 8...YOU do the computations