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find the maximum profit of P(x)=4000-(1000/(x-2))

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This is undefined at x = 2
If x is slightly less than 2 it will be huge positive
If x is slightly more than 2 it will be huge negative
So it gets big as x approaches 2 from the origin, and becomes infinite as x approaches 2

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