Math Calculus

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A firm finds that it can sell all the radios it manufactures st a price of $75 each. If x radios are manufactured each day and C(x)=x^2 +25x +100 is the daily total cost of production, how many radios should be produced each day for the firm to maximize daily profit? What is the maximum daily profit?

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