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    Linear programming problem PLEASE HELP

    A shoe company has two shoes they produce. Casual shoes and dress shoes. In order to keep the shoe factory running at least 100 shoes must be created. A regulations requires that the amount of casual shoes cannot exceed twice the amount of Dress shoes. If casual shoes make 10$ on each shoe sold and Dress shoes shoes make 20$ on each. How many from both shoes need to be processed each day to maximize profits subject to the above constraints?
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    Re: Linear programming problem PLEASE HELP

    cs=<2*ds
    cs+ds>=100
    10*cs+20*ds >=$1334 for min[cs]=67, min[ds]=34
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