Posted by **Andrey L** on Tuesday, April 21, 2009 at 2:03pm.

An apartment building has 140 apartments, all renting at the same price. It is know that all the apartments can be rented if the rent is $250 per month, and that each increase in rent by $5 will result in one additional apartment becoming vacant. The rent (in dollars) producing the maximum total revenue is? And the maximum total revenue (in dollars) is?

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