Posted by **Julie** on Friday, March 23, 2012 at 12:06pm.

The cost, in dollars, for the production of x felt-tipped pens is C(x) = 48 000 + 0.28x + 0.00001x^2, and the revenue is R(x) = 0.68x - 0.00001x^2. What production level maximizes profit?

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