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anonymous
 5 years ago
Suppose the sales from a product generates a revenue (R)
r=7.3p^2+320p
where p is the price of the product in dollars.
Find the prices of the product that will generate a revenue greater than $ 3000.
a. Price > $ 14.00 and price < $ 32
b. Price > $ 16 and price < $ 50
c. Price > $13.58 and price < $ 30.25
d. Price > $ 13.28 and price < $ 30.20
e. Price < $ 13.50 and Price > $ 30. 56
anonymous
 5 years ago
Suppose the sales from a product generates a revenue (R) r=7.3p^2+320p where p is the price of the product in dollars. Find the prices of the product that will generate a revenue greater than $ 3000. a. Price > $ 14.00 and price < $ 32 b. Price > $ 16 and price < $ 50 c. Price > $13.58 and price < $ 30.25 d. Price > $ 13.28 and price < $ 30.20 e. Price < $ 13.50 and Price > $ 30. 56

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0\text{Reduce}\left[3000<320 p\frac{73}{10} p^2\right]= \[\text{Reduce}\left[3000<320 p\frac{73}{10} p^2\right]=\frac{100}{73} \left(16\sqrt{37}\right)<p<\frac{100}{73} \left(16+\sqrt{37}\right) \] = 13.5853 < p < 30.2504

anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I guess d. is the answer

anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Thank Wolfram Research.
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