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Since we know the midpoint is equidistant from the two endpoints, we know that the x value of one of the endpoints will be a certain distance to the right of (2,6) and the other endpoint will be the same distance to the left of it. The same applies for
the y direction, one will be a certain...
First step is to factor out the x. So now P(x) = x(x3 - 2x2 - 13x -10)
One method to factor this is to look at the constant, in this case the -10 and think of all of the factors that could multiply to equal it. In this case that would include +/- 1, +/- 2, +/-...
There are two ways to attack this problem. One is to try and find out the maximum price possible per chair and see if our price per chair is under that. The other is to calculate the overall cost using our price per chair and see if that is under our