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anonymous
 one year ago
The demand for concert tickets depends on the price per ticket. Thus, the demand is a function of the price. If this function is called D(p), use the formula below to compute D(15), the demand for tickets when the price is $15.
D(p)=21152pp^2
A. D(15)=1120
B. D(15)=2115225
C. D(15)=211560
D. D(15)=2115255
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anonymous
 one year ago
The demand for concert tickets depends on the price per ticket. Thus, the demand is a function of the price. If this function is called D(p), use the formula below to compute D(15), the demand for tickets when the price is $15. D(p)=21152pp^2 A. D(15)=1120 B. D(15)=2115225 C. D(15)=211560 D. D(15)=2115255 (Please help)

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0D(p) = 2115  2p  p^2 D(15) = 2115  2(15)  15^2 {substituted 15 in for p} D(15) = 2115  30  225 D(15) = 2115  255 {combined 30 and 225} Answer is: C
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