Jane Livingston, an industrial engineer at Energy Conservation Service, has found that the anticipated profitability of a newly developed water-heater temperature-control device can be measured by net present worth as

Jane Livingston, an industrial engineer at Energy Conservation Service, has found that the anticipated profitability of a newly developed water-heater temperature-control device can be measured by net present worth as PW = 5.63V(4.3X – $15) – 33,580 where V is the number of units produced and sold and X is the sales price per unit. She also found that the V parameter value could occur anywhere in the range of 1,500 to 5,000 units and the X parameter value anywhere between $10 and $35 per unit. Develop a sensitivity graph as a function of number of units produced and sales price per unit.

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