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# You sell a small number of CDs at your bookstore. You have a display that can...

You sell a small number of CDs at your bookstore. You have a display that can hold 80 CDs from various artists. When your price Ashley McBryde’s new album at \$20, you sell 50 copies per week. When you raise the price to \$22, you sell 40 copies per week. You can charge whatever price you like for Ashley McBryde’s CD. Now a Post Malone album is coming out with a strong demand of 100 CDs per week at a fixed price of \$16. You cannot change the price of the Post Malone CD. You can obtain an Ashley Mcbryde CD or a Post Malone CD for the same cost of \$10 per unit. Given that you want to maximize profit from your 80 CD case, how many Post Malone CDs should you order per week? Enter as a value (ROUND TO NEAREST WHOLE NUMBER IF NECESSARY).

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