math_celebrity Administrator Staff member Sep 22, 2020 #1 A baker determined the annual profit in dollars from selling pies using p(n) = 52n - 0.05n^2 , where n is the number of pies sold. What is the annual profit if the baker sells 400 pies? p(400) = 52(400) - 0.05(400)^2 p(400) = 20800 - 0.05(160000) p(400) = 20800 - 8000 p(400) = 12800

A baker determined the annual profit in dollars from selling pies using p(n) = 52n - 0.05n^2 , where n is the number of pies sold. What is the annual profit if the baker sells 400 pies? p(400) = 52(400) - 0.05(400)^2 p(400) = 20800 - 0.05(160000) p(400) = 20800 - 8000 p(400) = 12800