# Answer to Question #11147 in Other Math for Ke_091

Question #11147
A manufacturer can sell &lsquo;X&rsquo;&ndash; X items per unit. The cost of manufacturing X units is given by Rs (X2 + 10X + 12). How many units should he manufacture to maximize his profit? Also find this profit. Note : X2 =&gt; x squared =&gt; x to the power 2
MR = MC = P
In economics, profit maximization is the short run or long run process by which a firm determines the price and output level that returns the greatest profit. There are several approaches to this problem. The total revenue&ndash;total cost
perspective relies on the fact that profit equals revenue minus cost and focuses
on minimizing this difference, and the marginal revenue&ndash;marginal cost perspective is based on the fact that total profit reaches its maximum point where marginal
revenue equals marginal cost.
MC = TC&#039; = (X2 + 10X +12)&#039; = 2X +10
He should manufacture 2X + 10 units to maximize his profit

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