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anonymous
 one year ago
MEDALLLL AWARD!!!!!GOC’s Sewing Club is planning to make Owl scarves and Owl wool caps to sell as their winter fundraiser. The club was divided into two groups – one group can knit scarves, the other group knows how to make caps. Considering the number of people available and short time before cold weather arrives, only 150 scarves and 120 pairs of caps can be made. Enough material is delivered to the school to make a total of 200 items. Each scarf sold will make a profit of $2 and each wool cap sold makes a profit of $5. In order to make the most money from the fundraiser, how many of each item should be made? Describe your constraints and also explain how you decided upon your final answer. Let x = scarves and y = wool caps.
anonymous
 one year ago
MEDALLLL AWARD!!!!!GOC’s Sewing Club is planning to make Owl scarves and Owl wool caps to sell as their winter fundraiser. The club was divided into two groups – one group can knit scarves, the other group knows how to make caps. Considering the number of people available and short time before cold weather arrives, only 150 scarves and 120 pairs of caps can be made. Enough material is delivered to the school to make a total of 200 items. Each scarf sold will make a profit of $2 and each wool cap sold makes a profit of $5. In order to make the most money from the fundraiser, how many of each item should be made? Describe your constraints and also explain how you decided upon your final answer. Let x = scarves and y = wool caps.

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