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 Click here to see ALL problems on Polynomials-and-rational-expressions Question 166027: can someone help me with this problem: Write a cost function for the problem. Assume that the relationship is linear. Marginal cost, \$40; 70 items cost \$3800 to produce a. C(x) = 14x + 3800 b. C(x) = 40x + 1000 c. C(x) = 40x + 3800 d. C(x) = 14x + 1000Answer by sata001(4)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Marginal cost= cost of one additional piece=\$40 so 70 pieces normally costs 70*40=2800 3800-2800=1000 is the initial cost so cost function is: C(x) = 40x + 1000