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# For questions 6 – 8, find the products for each special case. 6. (2x + 1)2 7. (2x + 6)(2x – 6) 8. (x – 8)2   ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019 17:10, sujeyribetanco2216
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Paula makes stained-glass windows and sells them to boutique stores. if her costs total \$12,000 per year plus \$4 per window for the frame. how many windows must she produce to earn a profit of at least \$48,000 in one year if she sells the windows for \$28 each? 1. define a variable for the situation. 2. write an inequality that represents her profit. note: revenue is money coming in. cost is money going out. profit is the difference between the revenue and the cost. in other words: revenue - costs profit 3.using words, describe how many windows she must sell to have a profit of at least \$48,000.
For questions 6 – 8, find the products for each special case. 6. (2x + 1)2 7. (2x + 6)(2x – 6) 8. (x...

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