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The annual profit ,p(x), in dollars of a small company varies with the number of employees, x, as p(x)=-40x^2+4400x. What is the range of the number of employees for which the company's annual profit will be at least $112,000?
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First we need to set up the equation -40x^2+4400x > 112,000 Is this okay? What next?
do you just factor it?
yes, what do you get?
70 and 40 Thanks!
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I guess it's a good thing OS keeps a record of one's posts then.
You could have helped this particular person, but you didn't.
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Is that code for had to go to the restroom or something?
It's an acronym that means "away from keyboard".

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