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Posted by anonymous on Thursday, February 10, 2011 at 11:03pm.

Pat Kan owns a factory that manufactures souvenir key chains. Her weekly profit (in hundreds of dollars) is given by P(x)=-2x^2+60x-120, where x is the number of cases of key chains sold.

a) what is the largest number of cases she can sell and still make a point?

b) Explain how it is possible for her to lose money if she sells more cases than your answer in part (a)

I've been doing this problem since lastnite and i couldn;t figure out the answer. someone help me please? ireally need to learn how to solve this kind of problem. midterm is coming :[

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