Posted by **ROzina** on Sunday, November 2, 2008 at 12:09pm.

An electronics company manufactures personal tape players on which it makes a profit of $28 each and personal CD players where the profit is $33 each. The company intends to produce at least 60 tape players and 100 CD players per day but its factory is not equipped to assemble more than a total of 200 of these items a day. What should the company’s daily production of these items be if profits are to be as great as possible?

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