Posted by **Emily** on Monday, October 5, 2009 at 11:06pm.

3.Each day the average toddler needs to consume 900 to 1700 calories. At most 30% of a toddler's total calories should come from fat. Describe the number of fat calories and total calories for the diet. Is a toddler following a healthy diet if s/he consumes 1200 calories a day of which 372 are from fat?

We don't have to completely solve the problem, we just have to draw a table with the information and the inequalities (constraints). Does anyone know how I could set this up? I just probably need a hint and then I could set it up I just don't know how to start it off :-/ thanks!!

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