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## Finite Math

by: Dr. Reba Little

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# Finite Math MGF 1106

Dr. Reba Little
FIU
GPA 3.79

Michael Rosenthal

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Section 23 1 This example will help you do exercises 14 on p 812 The relationship between the Celsius and Fahrenheit temperature scales is known to be linear The boiling point ofwater is 212 F or 100 C The freezing point of water is 32 F or 0 C a Find an equation giving the Celsius temperature in terms of the Fahrenheit temperature b Convert 90 F to Celsius c Convert 15 C to Fahrenheit 2 This example will help you do exercises 2734 on p 834 The pro t in millions of dollars from the sale of x million units of LiquiMints is given by p 6x 197 The cost is given by c 8x 139 a Find the revenue equation b What is the revenue from selling 5 million units c What is the breakeven point 3 This example will help you do exercises 4546 on p 85 Let the supply and demand for a certain commodity be given by 5 supply I p Zq and demand p 20 q where p is in dollars a Find the price for a demand of 8 units b Find the demand for the commodity at a price of 11 c Find the supply when the price is 15 d Graph both equations on the same axes e Find the equilibrium demand 1 Find the equilibrium price Section 25 1 This example will help you do exercises 5762 on p 102 The cost to produce x kumquats is C 60x 450 while the revenue is R 90x Find all values of x so that the grower will at least break even

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