**Answer:**

mhhhhhmhmhhm

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Consider these specific values of x.

For example, if x=10, then <span>C(10)=16(10)+36,000=160+36,000=36,160 (say $)

and R(10)=18*10=180.

So if only 10 units are produced, the total cost is 36,160, while the revenue is only 180 (again, say $.)

If, for example, x=1000, then we can calculate

</span><span>C(1000)=16*1000+36,000=16,000+36,000=52,000

and

R(1000)=18*1000=18,000.

This suggests that with higher values of x, we can get to a particular point where the Cost and Revenue are the same. To find this point, we set the equation:

C(x)=R(x),

which gives us that particular x at which both </span>C(x) and R(x) give the same value.

Thus, we solve <span>16x+36,000=18x. Subtracting 16x from both sides 2x=36,000, then x = 36,000/2=18,000.

Answer: 18,000

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**Answer:**

-156

**Step-by-step explanation:**

simplify

(28-15)(-12)

13(-12)= -156

**Step-by-step explanation:**

kayo na po bahala mag calculate

**Answer:**

ok iwill

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