Posted by **Steve** on Tuesday, October 25, 2011 at 11:45pm.

algebra 2 trig: A food vendor at a stadium sells hot dogs for $2. At this price, she can sell about 500 hot dogs per day. For every $.25 increase in price, she will sell 25 less hot dogs. The vendor's revenue can be modeled by R=(500-25x)(2+0.25x) Use vertex form to find how the vendor can maximize her daily revenue.

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