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anonymous
 one year ago
Alan wants to bake blueberry muffins and bran muffins for the school bake sale. For a tray of blueberry muffins, Alan uses 1/3 cup of oil and 2 eggs. For a tray of bran muffins, Alan uses 1/2 cup of oil and 1 egg. Alan has 4 cups of oil and 12 eggs on hand. He sells trays of blueberry muffins for $12 each and trays of bran muffins for $9 each. Alan wants to maximize the money raised at the bake sale. Let x represent the number of blueberry muffins and y represent the number of bran muffins Alan bakes.
What are the constraints for the problem?
anonymous
 one year ago
Alan wants to bake blueberry muffins and bran muffins for the school bake sale. For a tray of blueberry muffins, Alan uses 1/3 cup of oil and 2 eggs. For a tray of bran muffins, Alan uses 1/2 cup of oil and 1 egg. Alan has 4 cups of oil and 12 eggs on hand. He sells trays of blueberry muffins for $12 each and trays of bran muffins for $9 each. Alan wants to maximize the money raised at the bake sale. Let x represent the number of blueberry muffins and y represent the number of bran muffins Alan bakes. What are the constraints for the problem?

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