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###### MATH 138 01 Spring 2020 Week 4 Section 9.7 Homework: Score: 0 of 1 pt 9.7.17 by C(x) = 283 0.3x and R(x) = 2x- 0.03X _ cost and revonue Qiven Find the marginal profit function PoF-Dier your answer In the answer box and then cllck = Check parte Answer: ehowing

MATH 138 01 Spring 2020 Week 4 Section 9.7 Homework: Score: 0 of 1 pt 9.7.17 by C(x) = 283 0.3x and R(x) = 2x- 0.03X _ cost and revonue Qiven Find the marginal profit function PoF-D ier your answer In the answer box and then cllck = Check parte Answer: ehowing

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