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a machine can produce 12 clay figure per hour.it costs $750 to set up the machine and $6 per hour to run the machine.each clay figure requires $2 of material to produce.if each clay figure will sell for $10 charged,express the revenue cost,and profit in producing x clay figure as a function of time.
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