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Can anyone help?

Okay so we can compute that profit:
Profit = 15g + 40j
Do you get this part?

do i add those two together? is that wat ur saying?

yes i understand tht so far

yes i got tht too!

Good! So what this guy is making would be the profit of these two sweets, hence Profit = 15g+40j

ohk got tht so i add those?

Yes

no lol uhm ohk so i multiply 12 by 15? since he gets 15 cents for every doughnut he sells?

No, the customer wants to taste at least of one the donuts, but ALSO make the most profits possible.

soo confusing so i use 11 not 12?

i hope im not annoying u sorry if i am i juss dnt get it.

Well he wants to make the most profits, exact?

so he wants to make more than wat he wud have?

No no, do you agree with the statement above?

i guess so

yes

yes

yes it does

so g=1 and j=11 :)

yes ohk now wat do i do with those?

You plug them in the equation we computed above :D
Profit = 15g+40j :D

ohk 15*1+40*11?

Excellent! :D
Good job :)

And remember those are cents, you have to transform them into dollars to get your answer :)

nd i end up with 15+440?

Right!

4.55?

You got your answer!

i did!!???

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Yes! :)

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You are welcome :)