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A printing company determines that to print a large format poster, it costs $75 to set up the production process. Each poster that is printed costs $22 in material and labor. The printing company sells these posters to marketing firms for $60 each. Find a linear model P that models the profit P(x) from selling x posters. [Note: profit = revenue – cost]

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    P = (60 - 22) x - 75

    = 38 x = 75

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