A certain fast food restaurant wants to determine the increase in revenue per cheeseburger if sales are $45,000. Let the function [p=(120000-x)/(30000)] represent the price of x cheeseburgers

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    A certain fast food restaurant wants to determine the increase in revenue per cheeseburger if sales are $45,000. Let the function [p=(120000-x)/(30000)] represent the price of x cheeseburgers.

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