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the manager of a peach orchard is trying to decide when to arrange for picking the peaches. if they are picked now, the average yield per tree will be 100kg, which can be sold for 40 cents per kg. past experience shows that the yield per tree will increase about 5 kg weekly, while the price will decrease about 1 cent per kg weekly. when should the peaches be picked in order to produce maximum revenue, and what will the max revenue be??

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  1. shadowfiend
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    Can you write equations for the price and the yield?

  2. anonymous
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    im in for subbing tomorrow and doing roots and quadratics and i need some help .

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