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Question B 07 (a) 

Each day 100,000 people use Vancouver’s public transit system. Translink estimates that 2000 of those people ride on transit without paying (called free riders). The number of free riders caught by Translink officers in any particular day is given by where and is the number of Translink officers on duty that day. Each officer on duty costs Translink 1000 dollars per day. (a) The fine collected from each free rider caught is F dollars and Translink hires officers. Write the function showing net revenue from fines and cost of hiring? 
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Considering (Net revenue) = (Total fine)  (Cost of hiring), write the right hand side in terms of functions of , 
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Please rate my easiness! It's quick and helps everyone guide their studies. From the Hint, we have (Net revenue) = (Total fine)  (Cost of hiring). When we hire officers, the total fine can be written in terms of as follows; . On the other hand, we have . Combining two terms, we have 
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