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Topic: **Problem solving using c programming****Question:**
a) Using this model, determine the cost if 60% of the citizens participate?
b) Using this model, find the percentage of participation that can be expected if $5 million is spent on this recycling project? Set up an equation and solve algebraically. Round to the nearest whole percent.
Please help me with this question.

July 17, 2019 / By Jaden

I'm going to make some guesses so that I can answer your question. I am guessing that C(x) is the cost of a program in millions of dollars if the proportion of citizens participating. That would mean c(x) = 1.5 * 0.6/(1-0.6) = 9.0/0.4 = 22.5 5 = 1.5*x/(1-x) 5-5x = 1.5x 5 = 5.5x x = 5/5.5 = 10/11= 0.90909= 91%

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