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anonymous
 one year ago
I need help !!!!
about Sam's Deli, using the following data. Assume that each small sandwich uses 5 inches of bread and 4 ounces of meat, and that each large sandwich uses 12 inches of bread and 7 ounces of meat. Assume also that the Deli has on hand each day 120 feet of bread and 45 pounds of meat. Assume also that the profit on each small sandwich is $1.20 and the profit on each large sandwich is $1.50. How many sandwiches of each size should the Deli make in order maximize its profit?
I know there are 4 constraints. So my questions is Formulate the linear programming problem for this!
anonymous
 one year ago
I need help !!!! about Sam's Deli, using the following data. Assume that each small sandwich uses 5 inches of bread and 4 ounces of meat, and that each large sandwich uses 12 inches of bread and 7 ounces of meat. Assume also that the Deli has on hand each day 120 feet of bread and 45 pounds of meat. Assume also that the profit on each small sandwich is $1.20 and the profit on each large sandwich is $1.50. How many sandwiches of each size should the Deli make in order maximize its profit? I know there are 4 constraints. So my questions is Formulate the linear programming problem for this!

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