Raul’s Bakery

Raul’s Bakery bakes sourdough bread each day. Demand on past days has followed approximately a normal distribution, with an average of 60 loaves and a standard deviation of 12 loaves. The bread sells for $2.50 per loaf and costs $1.00 to produce. Loaves of bread unsold at the end of the day are donated to a food bank and result in the bakery getting an income tax credit of $.35. If the bakery runs out of sourdough bread, it believes it will suffer a goodwill cost of $5.00 for each loaf that is demanded and is not available. How many loaves of the sourdough bread should Raul’s Bakery make each day?