I have this word problem, which I really suck on it. I don't know how to put it in mathematical equation.
A computer science major and a business major decide to start a small business that builds and sells a desktop computer and a laptop computer. They buy the parts, assemble them, load the operating system, and sell the computers to other students. the costs for parts, time to assemble the computer, and profit are summarized in the following table:
Costs of parts: (desktop)$700 & (laptop)$400
Time to assemble(hours): (desktop) 5hrs & (laptop) 3hrs
Profit: (desktop) $500 & (laptop) $300
They were able to get a small business loan in the amount of $10000 to cover the costs. they plan on making these computers over the summer and selling them the first day of class. they can dedicate at most only 90hours to assembling these computers. they estimate that the demand for laptops will be at least three times as great as the demand for desktops. How many each type of computer should they make to maximize the profit? Also compute for actual demand with business loan of $12400.
please help me out! Thanks!