Posted by **Alex** on Monday, December 4, 2006 at 11:01pm.

The research department for a hardware chain has determined that at one store the marginal price of x boxes per week of a particular type of nail is:

p'(x)=-4000/(2x+15)^3

Find the demand equation if the weekly demand for this type of nails is 10 boxes when the price of a box of nails is $4.

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