# Answer to Question #44888 in Calculus for Ashvini

Question #44888

In all of this question assume the sales volume of a new product (in thousands of units) is given

by S =AT + 450/√A + T^2 where T is the time (in months) since the product was first introduced and

A is the amount (in hundreds of dollars) spent each month on advertising. Assume A, T > 0.

(a) Calculate the partial derivative of S with respect to time. Use that partial derivative to

predict the number of months that will elapse before sales volume begins to decrease if

the amount allocated to advertising is held fixed at $9, 000 per month.

by S =AT + 450/√A + T^2 where T is the time (in months) since the product was first introduced and

A is the amount (in hundreds of dollars) spent each month on advertising. Assume A, T > 0.

(a) Calculate the partial derivative of S with respect to time. Use that partial derivative to

predict the number of months that will elapse before sales volume begins to decrease if

the amount allocated to advertising is held fixed at $9, 000 per month.

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