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Question: the price of crude oil is square root of x100x...

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The price of crude oil is square root of (x+100)/x dollars per gallon, where x is the number of gallons in the order. The transportation cost is $800. Determine g(x), the amount of crude oil x dollars can purchase in an order. 

 

I dont know if the transportation cost information is needed for this part of the question as it has four questions. 

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