Posted by Anonymous on .
There is a garden of apples and the profit from a garden of apple trees is given by
f( x ) = 70 + 30 x^2  (1/3) x^3,
where x = number of apples trees per acre. How many trees per acre will maximize the profit?

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Steve,
f'(x) = 60xx^2 = x(60x)
so, max profit when x=60 
mathsurgently needed 
Dr. Fairman,
Solution:
max{70+30 x^2x^3/3} = 36070
is at x = 60