I don't understand the question . . .Product 1 needs: 0.3 of A and 0.1 of B
Product 2 needs: 0.2 of A, 0.1 of B, and 0.1 of C
At most there is 1400 units of A, 500 units of B, and 400 units of C.
Profit = 0.90 on each Product 1 and 1.00 on each Product 2.
Let = number of Product 1, = number of Product 2.
1) Show that they can make an profit (P) of at least: . . ?
. . I'll give the standard Linear Programming solution.
Organize the given information . . .
We have these inequalities: . . . . . also: .
Graph the region indicated by these inequalities.
Determine the vertices of the resulting polygon.
Test the vertices in the profit function
. . to see which gives us maximum profit.