code 202, Business Economics

A businessman invested $ 4000.00 as his fixed cost in a new venture that produces batteries. Each of these batteries cost $150.00 to manufacture and he sells each battery for $180.00
(a)If x represent the number of batteries produced and sold write the cost, revenue and profit functions for the batteries.?
(b)How many batteries must he sell to break even?
(c)How many batteries must he make and sell to make a profit of $4000.00
(d) what will be the profit or loss if 85 batteries are produced and sold
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