# Example 8 Average Cost Chapter 3.3 The average cost per hat for producing baseball hats is where x is the number of units produced. a.Determine the domain.

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example 8 Average Cost Chapter 3.3 The average cost per hat for producing baseball hats is where x is the number of units produced. a.Determine the domain of this function without concern for the context of the application and graph the function on a standard window. b.Use knowledge of the context of the problem to graph the function on a window that applies to the application. c.What is the horizontal asymptote of the graph? What does this tell you about how low the average cost can be?  2009 PBLPathways

a.Determine the domain of this function without concern for the context of the application and graph the function on a standard window. b.Use knowledge of the context of the problem to graph the function on a window that applies to the application. c.What is the horizontal asymptote of the graph? What does this tell you about how low the average cost can be? The average cost per hat for producing baseball hats is where x is the number of units produced.

 2009 PBLPathways a.Determine the domain of this function without concern for the context of the application and graph the function on a standard window. The average cost per hat for producing baseball hats is where x is the number of units produced.

 2009 PBLPathways a.Determine the domain of this function without concern for the context of the application and graph the function on a standard window. Denominator of can’t equal 0. The average cost per hat for producing baseball hats is where x is the number of units produced.

 2009 PBLPathways a.Determine the domain of this function without concern for the context of the application and graph the function on a standard window. Denominator of can’t equal 0. The average cost per hat for producing baseball hats is where x is the number of units produced.

 2009 PBLPathways a.Determine the domain of this function without concern for the context of the application and graph the function on a standard window. Denominator of can’t equal 0. x The average cost per hat for producing baseball hats is where x is the number of units produced.

 2009 PBLPathways b.Use knowledge of the context of the problem to graph the function on a window that applies to the application. The average cost per hat for producing baseball hats is where x is the number of units produced.

 2009 PBLPathways b.Use knowledge of the context of the problem to graph the function on a window that applies to the application. x The average cost per hat for producing baseball hats is where x is the number of units produced.

 2009 PBLPathways c.What is the horizontal asymptote of the graph? What does this tell you about how low the average cost can be? x The average cost per hat for producing baseball hats is where x is the number of units produced.

 2009 PBLPathways c.What is the horizontal asymptote of the graph? What does this tell you about how low the average cost can be? x The average cost per hat for producing baseball hats is where x is the number of units produced.

 2009 PBLPathways c.What is the horizontal asymptote of the graph? What does this tell you about how low the average cost can be? y = 4.5 x The average cost per hat for producing baseball hats is where x is the number of units produced.

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