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Unformatted text preview: Construct the payoff table to support your answers. 10897143, 10977570, 10870342, 10857257, 10661867, 11083786, 10893814, 10871012 Fresh Blueberries Inc. is a retailer of blueberries. I t orders and receives the blueberries on the day before the selling day. They cost $5 per case and sell for $8 per case. Any remaining unsold at the end of the day can be disposed of at a salvage price of $2 per case. Observation shows that past sales have range from 15 to 18 cases per day. There is no reason to believe that sales volume will take on any other value in the future. The table below is a tabulation of the sales for the past 90 days. Sales, cases No. of days sold 15. 9 16. 18 17. 36 18. 27 How many cases of blueberries should be ordered? 10979107, 10755837, 10850546, 10872833, 10967443, 10853278, 10857524, 10893091, 10874275 The University of Dallas bookstore stocks textbooks in preparation for sales each semester....
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