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The marginal price for a weekly demand of x bottles of baby shampoo in a drug
store is given by
P'(x)-600
(3x +50)2
Find the price-demand equation if the weekly demand is 150 when the price is of a
bottle of shampoo is $4.

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The marginal price for a weekly demand of x bottles of baby shampoo in a drug store is given by P'(x)-600 (3x +50)2 Find the price-demand equation if the weekly demand is 150 when the price is of a bottle of shampoo is $4.

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