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Posted by **Z32** on Monday, June 22, 2009 at 12:58am.

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**Reiny**, Monday, June 22, 2009 at 9:06amlet the number of $5 increases by n

(e.g. if n=1 rent will be 375, if n = 4 rent will be 390 etc)

so the rent will be $(370+5n)

number of units occupied will be 90 - n

Revenue = (370+5n)(90-n)

expand and simplify, take the first derivative, set that equal to zero and solve for n

I did not finish it, but if n is positive there will be an increase in rent and a decrease in the number of units rented.

If n should turn out negative, there would be a decrease in the rent and an increase in the number of units rented.

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