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How To: Interpret derivatives of marginal cost and revenue

This video tells us the method of interpreting derivatives of marginal cost and revenue. If C(x) is the cost of producing x units of a product, C(400) would be the cost to produce 400 units. Now marginal cost is the cost of producing one unit which is equal to the derivative of the cost function or C'(400) which is equal to limit of h tends to zero or lim h->0 [lim(400+h)-lim(400)]/h which is approximately equal to [lim(401)-lim(400)]/1. Similarly, if R(x) is your revenue function, marginal r...

How To: Calculate interest revenue and interest expense in Microsoft Excel

As you might guess, one of the domains in which Microsoft Excel really excels is finance math. Brush up on the stuff for your next or current job with this how-to. In this tutorial from everyone's favorite digital spreadsheet guru, YouTube's ExcelIsFun, the 58th installment in his "Excel Finance Class" series of free video lessons, you'll learn how to calculate interest revenue and expense.

How To: Begin your own blog and make money online

Have you always dreamed about quitting your day job to pursue your true passion in writing about tips on how to bake your famous cupcake pops? Stop dreaming and start doing! Thanks to the prevalence of the internet, blog writing is more popular than ever, and successful bloggers actually make quite a hefty chunk of change doing what they love.

How To: Sum a table of data by year & month in Microsoft Excel

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 183rd installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to sum revenue from a table of data by year and month using the SUMPRODUCT, TEXT, SUM, IF & LEFT functions in an array formula.

How To: Use optimization methods in calculus

This video shows how to use optimization methods in calculus. Optimization means finding the maximum or minimum values of a quantity or finding when the maximum or minimum occurs.What quantities are optimized in economics?we want to minimize costs or maximize revenue.First steps in any optimization problem1.Identify the quantity to be optimized i.e., read the problem exactly what is exactly maximized or minimized.2.Identified the feasible domain. This is important because the math we can opti...

How To: Make money from your personal blog

Companies spend millions on advertising every year, wouldn't it be great to get some of that money? Well you can. Adding ads to your personal blogs can really bring in revenue for an at home business, or just for yourself. This video will demonstrate and explain how to make money from your personal blog with ads.

How To: Calculate percentage growth rates

One formula that you will run into in Calculus is calculating the percentage growth rate using a logarithmic derivative, elasticity of demand, relation among elasticity of demand and also revenue. In this video you will learn the different formulas that are used, methods of solving each formula, and also the full solutions.

How To: Calculate percentage growth rates in calculus

Want to calculate percentage growth rates (also known as the relative rates of change)? Learn how with this free video calculus lesson, which covers calculating the percentage growth rate using a logarithmic derivative, elasticity of demand and the relation between elasticity of demand and revenue. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever t...

NR30: Next Reality's 30 People to Watch in Augmented Reality in 2018

Welcome to the first annual Next Reality 30, our list of people who've made the biggest impact on the augmented reality space in the last 12 months — and what a 12-month roller-coaster ride it's been. Apple introduced ARKit-powered apps last fall, Google launched ARCore for Android soon after, Snapchat began monetizing AR, and the Magic Leap One headset finally came out. These are historic times.

News: Get Ready to Start Paying More for Your iPhone Apps

Look, we all like getting things for free. That's why we can stomach things like advertisements and optional purchases in freemium apps and games — we're willing to pay for our mobile experiences in every way but currency. Although freemium seems to be the model for the future of iPhone entertainment, it looks like a different scheme might win out in the end.

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