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    The marginal cost function of a product, in dollars per unit, is Câ??(q)= q^2-50q+700. If fixed costs are $500, find the total cost to produce 50 items.

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    The marginal cost function of a product, in dollars per unit, is C'(q)= q^2-50q+700. If fixed costs are $500, find the total cost to produce 50 items.

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