# Solve Linear Inequalities - Revenue, Costs, Profit

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Revenue, Costs, Profit

A company's manager estimated that the cost C, in dollars, of producing n items is C = 7n + 350. The company sells each item fo \$12. The company makes a profit when total income from selling a quantity of items is greater than the total cots of producing that quantity of items. Which of the following inequalities gives all possible values of n for which the manager estimates that the company will make a profit?
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