# Solution: What is the maximum profit when the profit-versus-production equation is given?

What is the maximum profit when the profit-versus-production function is as given below? P is profit and x is unit of production. P = 200.00 - x - (1.1/(x+1))^8

#### Problem Statement: ME Board October 1996

What is the maximum profit when the profit-versus-production function is as given below? P is profit and x is unit of production.

P = 200.00 - x - (1.1/(x+1))^8

• A. 285,000
• B. 200,000
• C. 250,000
• D. 305,000

The maximum profit when the profit-versus-production equation is given is 200,000

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