The number of product units q assembled during one shift is a function of the number of employees, n. Suppose that this function is q=f(n)=6

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The number of product units q assembled during one shift is a function of the number of employees, n. Suppose that this function is q=f(n)=60n−n3. The company profit p is a function of q, namely p=g(q)=43q−10000. Express the profit as a function of the number of employees n:

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    2022-01-10T18:55:42+00:00

    Answer:

    2580n -43n^3 – 10000

    Step-by-step explanation:

    From the question:

    q= assembled product

    n = Number of employees

    q(f) = 60n – n^3

    p=g(q)= 43q – 10000

    P(q)= 43(60n – n^3) – 10000

    P(q) = 2580n – 43n^3 – 10000

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