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Posted by **Julie** on Tuesday, November 20, 2012 at 1:20pm.

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What would be the profit/bottle in this case? (Round the number of bottles down to the nearest whole bottle. Round your answer correct to the nearest cent.)

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**Anonymous**, Tuesday, November 20, 2012 at 3:13pmHere's a start - not sure about the formula. Repost so someone answeres. $0.0002 x = $5 --> You can produce the original 9,600 bottles and an additional 25,000 before your profit deminishes to zero. Not sure what the formula would be to calculate the total value - you can't numerate for 9600 bottles...that's insane. So you would get an initial (9,600 x $5) then add on for each additional bottle produced +(1 x $4.9998) + (1 x $4.9996)....not sure how you would do this. Then, assume there are 12 bottles/case so (9600+25,000) / 12 = no. of cases. Then get your cost from the 1st part and divide by the number of cases.

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