A commercial cherry grower estimates from past records that if 51 trees are planted per acre, each tree will yield 29 pounds of cherries for a growing season. Each additional tree per acre (up to 20) results in a decrease in yield per tree of 1 pound. How many trees per acre should be planted to maximize yield per acre, and what is the maximum yield?
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