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Annual profit in thousands of dollars is given by the function, P(x) = -.01x2 + 50x + 30,000, where x is the number of items sold, x ≥ 0.
So then what steps should the company do to prepare for my answer which was 92,500 was the max weekly profit when 2,500 units are sold?

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Are you looking for the steps in which to obtain max profit given quadratic function?
If so you can use x = -b/2a where a,b,c correspond to coefficients of function.
This gives the x value of where our max occurs, this is where the 2500 units comes from.
To get the y value (92500) substitute x value into function.
->P(2500) = 92500
Does that help?

- anonymous

yes
thanks

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can one of the two of u help me with the same math problem but different part of it please

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