Calculate the cost of manufacturing, Engineering Mathematics

A manager has determined the cost C, in dollars, for manufacturing is

C(q) =85log10(10+q/2)

for manufacturing, where q is the number of units produced in a given day.

(a) What is the cost of manufacturing before any units are produced?

(b) What is the cost of manufacturing if 1980 units are produced in a given day?

(c) How many units would be produced if the cost of manufacturing is $150 in a given day?

 

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