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The maximum production of a soft-drink company is 5000 cartons a day. The company produces regular and diet drinks,and must make at least 600 cartons of regular and 1000 cartons of diet per day. Production  costs are $1.00 per carton of regular and $1.20 per carton of diet. The daily operating budget is $5400. How many of each type of drink should pe produced if the profit is $0.10 per regular and $0.11 for diet? How, if at all, do the maximum profit and optimum policy change if the company has no minimum required production?

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