Posted by **Megan Brown** on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 at 3:48pm.

A coffee manufacturer wants to market a new blend of coffee that will sell for $3.90 per pound by mixing two coffees that sell for $2.75 per pound and $5 per pound, respectively. What amounts of each coffee should be blended to obtain 100 pounds of the desired mixture? Thanks so much if anyone can help me with this.

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