Posted by **help** on Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 3:33pm.

A sporting goods store sells 100 pool tables per year. It costs $20 to store one pool table for a year, based on the average inventory on hand. It costs $40 for each delivery of pool tables. How many times per year and in what lot size should the store order pool tables to minimize its inventory costs?

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