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A producer finds that demand for his commodity obeys a linear demand equation , p+11x=30 where P is in dollars and X in thousands of units. If the cost equation is c(x)=8.8x^2+20x+2.5 , what price should be charged to maximize the profit?
The price to maximize the profit is $ .
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mathcalculus Group Title
can someone help me where I'm going wrong? :( A producer finds that demand for his commodity obeys a linear demand equation , p+11x=30 where P is in dollars and X in thousands of units. If the cost equation is c(x)=8.8x^2+20x+2.5 , what price should be charged to maximize the profit? The price to maximize the profit is $ .
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