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The price that a company charged for a basketball hoop is given by the equation mc012-1.jpg where x is the number of hoops that are produced, in millions. It costs the company $30 to make each basketball hoop. The company recently reduced its production to 1 million hoops but maintained its profit of 15 million dollars. Approximately how many basketball hoops did the company previously produce to make the same profit?

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    A) 1.3 million hoops B) 1.4 million hoops C) 15 million hoops D) 30 million hoops

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