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(1 pt) The Acme Widget Company has found that if widgets are priced at $381, then 36000 will be sold. They have also found that for every increase of $19, there will be 900 fewer widgets sold. The marginal cost of widgets is $190.5. The fixed costs for the Acme Widget Company are $28000. If x represents the price of a widget find the following in terms of x
 
  a) The number of widgets that will be sold:  
 
  b) The revenue generated by the sale of widgets:  
 
  c) The cost of producing just enough widgets to meet demand:  
 
  d) The profit from selling widgets:  
 
  f) Tind the price that will maximize profits from the sale of widgets:  
asked Jul 8, 2016 in PRECALCULUS by anonymous
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