These answers are wrong. If you think that something might be off just by a couple of numbers, then it is.
In the case of costs related to production, it is necessary to include expenses like variable costs that are 10 USD per bottle. The result would be 175,000USD.
Finally after taking into account both revenues and expenses net cash flow can be calculated by subtracting total outflows from total inflows – this results in 20850 USD (1770000-1752500=20500+3000=20800+50=20850)
In conclusion it appears that raising prices can have beneficial effects on free cash flow as long as one takes into consideration what changes may occur due to new levels of demand – assessing all potential risks beforehand helps ensure that firms make informed decisions when making pricing decisions while also maximizing their profits over time.