# Suppose the total manufacturing cost C at a certain factory is a function of the number q of units produced, which in turn is a function of the number t of hours during which the factory has been operating. a.

Suppose the total manufacturing cost C at a certain factory is a function of the number q of units produced, which in turn is a function of the number t of hours during which the factory has been operating.

a. What quantity is represented by the derivative dC/dq? In what units is this quantity measured?

b. What quantity is represented by the derivative dq/dt? In what units is this quantity measured?

c. What quantity is represented by the product

In what units is this quantity measured?

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## dC dq. dq dt -?

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