A company manufactures and sells bracelets. They have found from experience that they can sell 650 bracelets each week if the price per bracelet is $2.00, but only 525 bracelets are sold if the price is $2.50 per bracelet. If the relationship between the number of bracelets sold x and the price per bracelet p is a linear one, find a formula that gives x in terms of p. Then use the formula to find the number bracelets they will sell at $3.00 each.This feature of our site requires you to log in or register.
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