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  • 5 years ago

umber company can convert logs either lumber or plywood. in a given day the mill will turn out twice as many units of plywood as lumber.it makes a profit 30 on a unit of lumber and 50 on a unit of plywood how many of each must be produced in order to make a profit of 13130

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    try making an equation first and set it all equal to =13130

  2. dumbcow
    • 5 years ago
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    2 equations, 2 variables P =2L 30L +50P = 13130

  3. anonymous
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    30 profit on unit of lumber 50 profit on unity of plywood 50(2p)+30l=13130 50(2x)+30x=13130 50*2x=100x 100x+30x=13130 100x+30x=130x 130x=13130 13130/130=101 x=101 101 units must be produced of each to make 13130

  4. anonymous
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    im not sure i understand how do these add up to 13130

  5. anonymous
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    above i made an equation 50(2p)+30l=13130 same as 50(2x)+30x=13130 just put in x for p and l and solve for x...

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