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Date Created: 11/11/15
MATH 117 APPENDIX F 02x 212x1 1 A It opens down because the co efficient a 02 of xquot2 is negative B The sales will increase reach a peak and then decrease to zero C Set 02xquot212x11 0 and solve for x vertex x b2a 12202 30 f30 191 D solve this equation we got X 609 and x1 We disregard x1 So the last day ticket sold is about 61st day or 60 days after days after on sale day x1 The parabola opens down so that means there will be a maximum E Find the vertex of the parabola The xcoordinate represents when the peak will occur After 30 days or 29 days after x1 F The ycoordinate of the vertex represents how many tickets will be sold on the day of the peak y191 tickets G Answered in parts e and f The vertex is at 30191 The x coordinate is the day that the most were sold The y coordinate is the number of tickets H But we disregard x1 because day is positive value we accept only x61 Theoretically two solutions we know because graph from negative goes up reach maximum then goes down It means that open down so the graph will cut x axis at two points x1 and x61 I As we explained as above One negative solution disregard nonsense day can not be negative value

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