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What does n represent?

dollars

precisely, n, is a price per ticket.

What does P(n) represent?

profit

Yes, when P(n) is 0, that means that the profit is zero (i.e. made nothing), right?

yes

okay

So, do you see what these x-intercepts would mean?

yes

Ok, now you have to solve for these x-intercepts.

the x intercepts are 3 and 7?

yes, very good!

Perfect!

So, when the ticket costs 3$ or 7$ , then the promoter doesn't gain or lose.

now what?

when the *average* ticket
I should say

just say what we have agreed on in the beginning.

can you help me with part B?

what is part B?

I can try my best with it:)

Oh, good

so (5,1000)?

hope that is fair.

yes

yes, that is correct

And quite quick

1 graphed it

the axis of symmetry would be 5 right? (Thats part C)

okay

yes part C is correct

now the review of what does the vertex of (5,1000) actually mean in this case.

thats the maximum about of profit the promoter can make?

that is you are refering to the point to a 5 or a 1000 ?

1000 makes more sense 1 think

yes

and what does 5 mean, can you tell me?

the amount the tickets cost?

yes

So when the average ticket costs 5$, you get a maximum profit of 1000

makes sense

yeah, so you got any questions regarding any of the PARTS ?

nope thats it

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