• anonymous
EMERGENCY HELP PLEASE Identify two products your company will make. Assign variables to the two products; please use x and y. Decide on a maximum or minimum number of each type of product your company will produce per day (or week/month/year). Don’t make your number too big or too small. Try to make this as realistic as possible. Decide on the cost for each product. Decide on the total production costs you anticipate your company will pay each day (or week/month/year). Design the system of inequalities. Graph the system of inequalities.
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Label the lines, points of intersection, and axis. Show the shaded solution of the three inequalities and explain what it represents. Decide how much profit you could realistically make on each product. Write an expression to represent the total profit earned from both products. Remember, the profit from a product is the money you earn on the item multiplied by the number of items sold. Using the graph and profit expression, identify the appropriate combination of products that will maximize your profit.

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