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1. A box with a square base and no top is to be made from a
square piece of carboard by cutting 4 in. squares from each corner
and folding up the sides. The box is to hold 17424 in^{3}.
How big a piece of cardboard is needed?

Your answer is: _ in. by_ in.

2. A baseball team plays in a stadium that holds 50000 spectators. With the ticket price at $10 the average attendance has been 22000. When the price dropped to $9, the average attendance rose to 25000. Assume that attendance is linearly related to ticket price.

What ticket price would maximize revenue?

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A futbol team plays in a stadium that holds 72000 spectators.
With the ticket price at $11 the average attendance has been 29000.
When the price dropped to $8, the average attendance rose to 36000.
Assume that attendance is linearly related to ticket price.
What ticket price would maximize revenue? $
Round to nearest cent.

A baseball team plays in a stadium that holds 54000 spectators.
With the ticket price at $9 the average attendence has been 24000.
When the price dropped to $7, the average attendence rose to 27000.
Assume that attendence is linearly related to ticket price.
What ticket price would maximize revenue? $

A soccer stadium holds 62,000 spectators. With a ticket price of
$20, the average attendance has been 24,000. When the price dropped
to $16, the average attendance rose to 29,000. Assuming that
attendance is linearly related to ticket price, what ticket price
would maximize revenue? Please show work

) A baseball team plays in a stadium that holds 58000
spectators. With the ticket price at $12 the average attendance has
been 23000. When the price dropped to $10, the average attendance
rose to 29000.
a) Find the demand function p(x), where xx is the number of the
spectators. (Assume that p(x)is linear.)
p(x)=
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b) How should ticket prices be set to maximize revenue?
The revenue is maximized by charging $
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A box with an open top is made from a square sheet of cardboard
with an area of 10,000 square in. by cutting out squares from the
corners and folding up the edges. Find the maximum volume of a box
made this way. (draw a picture).

An
open top box is to be made by cutting small congruent squares from
each corner of a 12x12in sheet of cardboard and folding up sides.
Whag dimensions would yield max volume, using calculus?

A baseball team plays in he stadium that holds 72000 spectators.
With the ticket price at $11 the average attendence has been 30000.
When the price dropped to $10, the averege attendence rose to
36000.
How should be set a ticket price to maximize revenue? $

A box (with no top) is to be constructed from a piece of
cardboard of sides A and B by cutting out squares of length h from
the corners and folding up the sides. Find the value of h that
maximizes the volume of the box if A=6 and B=7.

1. A baseball team plays in a stadium that holds 66000
spectators. With the ticket price at $10 the average attendance has
been 28000. When the price dropped to $8, the average attendance
rose to 33000.
a) Find the demand function ?(?)p(x), where ?x is the number of the
spectators. (Assume that ?(?)p(x) is linear.)
p(x)=
b) How should ticket prices be set to maximize revenue?
The revenue is maximized by charging $ per ticket.
2. A rectangular storage container...

A 10-inch square piece of metal is to be used to make an
open-top box by cutting equal-sized squares from each corner and
folding up the sides. The length, width, and height of the box are
each to be less than 7 inches. What size squares should be cut out
to produce a box with volume 50 cubic inches?
What size squares should be cut out to produce a box with largest
possible volume?

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