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# The number n of units of its product that Company X

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The number n of units of its product that Company X is scheduled to produce in month t of its next fiscal year is given by the formula $$n = \frac{900}{1+c2^{-t}}$$, where c is a constant and t is a positive integer between 1 and 6, inclusive. What is the number of units of its product that Company X is scheduled to produce in month 6 of its next fiscal year?

(1) Company X is scheduled to produce 180 units of its product in month 1 of its next fiscal year.
(2) Company X is scheduled to produce 300 units of its product in month 2 of its next fiscal year.

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23 Nov 2011, 12:51
Rephrasing the question gives us "What is the value of c?"
St1: This gives a linear equation with only one variable c. We can find c. Sufficient.

St2: This also gives a linear equation with only one variable c. We can find c.
Sufficient.

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