Gymnast Clothing manufactures expensive soccer cleats for sale to college bookstores in runs of up to 500. Its cost (in dollars) for a run of x pairs of cleats is
C(x) = 3000 + 6x + 0.1x2 (0 ≤ x ≤ 500).
Gymnast Clothing sells the cleats at $130 per pair. Find the revenue and profit functions. How many should Gymnast Clothing manufacture to make a profit?
Revenue = 130x
Correct: Your answer is correct.

Profit = −0.1x2+124x−3000
Correct: Your answer is correct.

At least_____pairs ?

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