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anonymous
 4 years ago
Christine’s butter cookies sells large tins of butter cookies and small tins of butter cookies. The factory can prepare at most 200 tins of cookies a day. Each large tin of cookies requires 2 pounds of butter, and each small tin requires 1 pound of butter, with a maximum of 300 pounds of butter available each day. The profit from each day’s cookie production can be estimated by the function f(x,y) = $6.00x+$4.80y, where x represents the number of large tins sold and y the number of small tins sold. Find the maximum profit that can be expected in a day.
anonymous
 4 years ago
Christine’s butter cookies sells large tins of butter cookies and small tins of butter cookies. The factory can prepare at most 200 tins of cookies a day. Each large tin of cookies requires 2 pounds of butter, and each small tin requires 1 pound of butter, with a maximum of 300 pounds of butter available each day. The profit from each day’s cookie production can be estimated by the function f(x,y) = $6.00x+$4.80y, where x represents the number of large tins sold and y the number of small tins sold. Find the maximum profit that can be expected in a day.

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anonymous
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0here are the choices $1,080 $600 $480 $920
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