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The document provides 11 math word problems related to profit, costs, revenue, supply and demand functions, and other economics topics. Students are asked to solve the problems by finding break-even points, maximum or minimum values, equilibrium quantities and prices, and other values. The problems cover concepts like profit maximization, optimal production levels, and using equations to model economic relationships.

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- 1. 1. If the profit from the sale of x units of a product is P = 105x − 300 − x2, what level(s) of production will yield a profit of $1050? (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.) x = _________ units 2. The total costs for a company are given by C(x) = 5400 + 80x + x2 and the total revenues are given by R(x) = 230x. Find the break-even points. (Enter your answers as a comma- separated list.) x= __________ units 3. If total costs are C(x) = 900 + 800x and total revenues are R(x) = 900x − x2, find the break-even points. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.) x= _____________ 4. For the years since 2001, the percent p of high school seniors who have tried marijuana
- 2. can be considered as a function of time t according to p = f(t) = 0.17t2 − 2.61t + 52.64 where t is the number of years past 2000.† In what year after 2000 is the percent predicted to reach 75%, if this function remains valid? _______________ 5. Using data from 2002 and with projections to 2024, total annual expenditures for national health care (in billions of dollars) can be described by E = 4.61x2 + 43.4x + 1620 where x is the number of years past 2000.† If the pattern indicated by the model remains valid, in what year does the model predict these expenditures will reach $15,315 billion? __________________ 6. The monthly profit from the sale of a product is given by P = 32x − 0.2x2 − 150 dollars. (a) What level of production maximizes profit? ___________ units
- 3. (b) What is the maximum possible profit? $_____________ 7. Consider the following equation. y = 9 + 6x − x2 (a) Find the vertex of the graph of the equation. (x, y) = (__________) (b) Determine what value of x gives the optimal value of the function. x=_____________ (c) Determine the optimal (maximum or minimum) value of the function. y=______________ 8. Consider the following equation. f(x) = 6x − x2 (a) Find the vertex of the graph of the equation. (x, y) = (__________) (b) Determine what value of x gives the optimal value of the function. x=_____________
- 4. (c) Determine the optimal (maximum or minimum) value of the function. f(x)= _____________ 9. Find the maximum revenue for the revenue function R(x) = 358x − 0.7x2. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) R = $______________ 10. The profit function for a certain commodity is P(x) = 150x − x2 − 1000. Find the level of production that yields maximum profit, and find the maximum profit. x= _________ units P=$ _________ 11. If, in a monopoly market, the demand for a product is p = 2000 − x and the revenue is R = px, where x is the number of units sold, what price will maximize revenue? $________________ 12. If the supply function for a commodity is p = q2 + 6q + 16 and the demand function is p = −3q2 + 4q + 436, find the equilibrium quantity and
- 5. equilibrium price. equilibrium quantity_______________ equilibrium price $_______________ 13. If the supply and demand functions for a commodity are given by p − q = 10 and q(2p − 10) = 3600, what is the equilibrium price and what is the corresponding number of units supplied and demanded? equilibrium price $_______________ number of units _________ units 14. Suppose the percent of the total work force that is female is given by (a) From the equation, identify the maximum point on the graph of y = p(t). (Round your answers to two decimal places.) (t, y) = (____________) (b) In what year is the percent of women workers at its maximum, according to this model?
- 6. Diabetes For my UnEssay project I would like the focus to be on interventions for diabetes. This is a chronic disorder characterized by increased glucose levels that progressively modify or conflict with the degree of glucose tolerance in the body. It also is a multidimensional disorder that requires a varied approach to treatment since it is a lifestyle disease that, if left unchecked, may cause severe ailment. The fact that the ailment manifests itself in two forms, namely diabetes type 1 and diabetes type 2, renders it a huge public health problem around the world. Although diabetes is becoming more common among adults, little knowledge has been provided on the disease's pathogenesis, management, and potential therapy or intervention strategies. I found this topic to be quite interesting to me and also beneficial as a few of my close relatives have this disease and so this acted as a personal motivated for me to learn more about it. Moreover, I chose to do this project because it challenges my approach to communicating and developing my ideas as opposed to the more mundane formal way. I plan to format my project first by properly introducing this topic then stating its causes and intervention plans and then at the end I would include an interview with three individual with diabetes in order to get first-hand information on how the disease has impacted their lives and the various treatment plans they are on. This will also allow me to get a better idea on which intervention methods they find to be the most effective for them and also inquire on the things they would have done differently in order to avoid developing the disease; this being applicable if in fact it was a consequence of their lifestyle choices. I will also be including several images depicting the severity of this condition. This project should be compl eted within a week; the first two days would be the writing portion of the project and the remaining days would be for the interviews.
- 7. 3/10/22, 5:21 PM Preview Rubric: Substantial Work in Progress Final UnEssay Project - Spring 2022 - Principles of Biology I (BIOL-1107-OF2) - Ge… https://georgiasouthern.desire2learn.com/d2l/lp/rubrics/preview. d2l?ou=689489&rubricId=570982&originTool=quicklinks 1/2 Substantial Work in Progress Final UnEssay Project Course: Spring 2022 - Principles of Biology I (BIOL-1107-OF2) Statement Exceeds Expectations 2 points Meets Expectations 1.5 points Needs Work 1 point Missing 0 points Criterion Score explains what you have
- 8. accomplished / 2 what you need to do to finish / 2 200-300 words / 2 Includes all accomplishments and incdicates what they have contrubuted to project Includes all accomplishments Includes a few
- 9. accomplishments Includes what needs to be done to finish and what that will contribute to the project Includes everything that needs to be done to finish Includes a few things that need to be done 200-300 works More than 300 words Less than 200 words
- 10. Less than 100 words Work in Progress Exceeds Expectations 4 points Meets Expectations 3 points Needs Work 2 points Missing 0 points Criterion Score Show research on topic / 4Includes more than two pieces of evidence of research completed and
- 11. identifies at least one more pieces of evidence to use. Includes at least two pieces of evidence of research completed and identifies at least two more pieces of evidence to use. Includes at least one piece of evidence of research completed and
- 12. identifies at least three more pieces of evidence to use. Includes not evidence of research completed. 3/10/22, 5:21 PM Preview Rubric: Substantial Work in Progress Final UnEssay Project - Spring 2022 - Principles of Biology I (BIOL-1107-OF2) - Ge… https://georgiasouthern.desire2learn.com/d2l/lp/rubrics/preview. d2l?ou=689489&rubricId=570982&originTool=quicklinks 2/2 Total / 14 Overall Score Work in Progress Exceeds Expectations
- 13. 4 points Meets Expectations 3 points Needs Work 2 points Missing 0 points Criterion Score Show work / 4Project includes a full draft of the project. Project includes a draft with substantial work evident. Project includes a partial draft. There is no draft. A 12.6 points
- 14. minimum B 11.2 points minimum C 9.8 points minimum d 8.4 points minimum F 0 points minimum