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Can someone help me with this question, I know it’s not a or b but not sure between c or d?
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Can someone help me with this question, I know it’s not a or b but not sure between c or d?
Revenue is equal to tau (the curly t) times by consumption. You need to differentiate revenue with respect to tau and evaluate the resulting derivative at tau = 0.15. Have you tried this?
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Revenue is equal to tau (the curly t) times by consumption. You need to differentiate revenue with respect to tau and evaluate the resulting derivative at tau = 0.15. Have you tried this?
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