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# You manage a plant that​ mass-produces engines by teams of workers using assembly machines. the technology is summarized by the production function qequals=2020kl where q is the number of engines per​ week, k is the number of assembly​ machines, and l is the number of labor teams. each assembly machine rents for requals=​\$40 comma 00040,000 per​ week, and each team costs wequals=​\$4 comma 0004,000 per week. engine costs are given by the cost of labor teams and​ machines, plus ​\$2 comma 0002,000 per engine for raw materials. your plant has a fixed installation of 5 assembly machines as part of its design. the total cost of producing q units of output​ (tc) is

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