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Linda owns a jeans store. Her montly profit p( x) dollars on the sale of x pairs of jeans is given by the equation p(x ) = 50x  1/5x^2. How many pairs of jeans must she sell each month to maximize her profit?

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DrBob222
Take the derivative of the equation, set it equal to zero, and solve for x.
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