find the profit of function in calculus

Calculus
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Apr 15th, 2015

a. P'(x) = 0.009x^2 + 100

b. P'(100) = 0.009*100^2 + 100 = 190

c. P(100) = 0.003*100^3 + 100*100 = 13000 and P(101) = 0.003*101^3 + 100*101 = 13191

and P(101) - P(100) = 13191 - 13000 = 191.

d. The actual increase in profit can be approximated by the marginal profit.

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