Use the equation to show the maximum, minimum, and minimum in the future.
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A small business selling sunglasses has seen a mostly linear growth in profits over 2020, though there was also a seasonal impact. The data from 2020 was used to create a model for the profit per month P as a function of the number of months since the beginning of 2020
P= f(m) = 1000m  (12000/?) cos((?/6)m)
Use differentiation methods for the following:
1. Use the equation to show that the maximum profit in 2020 occured at the end of July, when m=7.
2. Show that the model predicts there will be a local minimum in profit at the end of November 2021, when m= 23.
3. Show that the model predicts that the minimum profit in 2021 will occur at the beginning of January, when m= 12.
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