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The revenue of a company is represented by r(x) and the expenses of the company are represented by e(x). What would you do to find the profit, p(x)? A. r(x) + e(x) = p(x) B. r(x) – e(x) = p(x) C. e(x) – r(x) = p(x) D. r(x) / e(x) = p(x)

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samurban3

B.) r(x) - e(x) = p(x) Profit is how much money remains after the expenses are deducted from the total revenue

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