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###### 8) A manufacturer determined that its marginal cost per unit produced is given by tefncio Ck) 0.0006x2 _ 0.4x + 76. Find the total cost of producing the 31st unit through the 40Oth unit

8) A manufacturer determined that its marginal cost per unit produced is given by tefncio Ck) 0.0006x2 _ 0.4x + 76. Find the total cost of producing the 31st unit through the 40Oth unit

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