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4 weeks ago
Suppose a product's revenue function is given by
R
(
q
)
=

2
q
2
+
200
q
R(q)=-2q2+200q
.

Find an expression for the marginal revenue function, simplify it, and record your result in the box below. Be sure to use the proper variable in your answer. (Use the preview button to check your syntax before submitting your answer.)
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4 weeks ago
The marginal revenue function is the function's first derivative,

The original function is: \(R\left(q\right)=-2q^2+200q\)

The derivative, represented at R' is:

\(R'\left(q\right)=-2\left(2\right)q+200\)

All I used was the "power rule"

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