## Let C(x) be the cost to produce x batches of widgets, and let R(x) be the revenue in thousands of dollars. R(x) = − x² + 6x, C(x) = x + 4.

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Let C(x) be the cost to produce x batches of widgets, and let R(x) be the revenue in thousands of dollars. R(x) = − x² + 6x, C(x) = x + 4.

Find the profit function. Show all work and give the profit function.

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Answer:Step-by-step explanation:Let C(x) be the cost to produce x batches of widgets, and let R(x) be the revenue in thousands of dollars.

Profit function = Revenue – cost

So we get profit function by subtracting C(x) from R(x) using algebraic method of subtraction.

Profit function of x

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