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Posted by Lucas on Thursday, October 24, 2013 at 12:32am.

A company's weekly profit, in riyals, is modeled by the function P(u)=-0.032u^2+46u-3000. where u is the number of units sold each week.
a) the maximum weekly profit. Answer: 13531.25 riyals
b) the loss for week's holiday period, where no units are sold .Answer:3000 riyals
c) the number of units sold each at break-even point for the company. Answer: 69 or 1369 units

Thank you so, so much for everything. Really thanks a lot for explanation of this problems. Answers are from the book.

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