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Suppose the function p= -1/8 x + 100
(0 =< x =<12) relates the selling
price p of an item to the quantity x
that is sold. Assume that p is in
dollars. What is the maximum
revenue possible in this situation?

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    revenue is basically selling price - cost price , ignoring some other factors

    I see an equation for the selling price, but no information about the cost.

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