Posted by **Ally** on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at 4:38am.

A hypothetical car manufacture company makes its best selling car at its two plants in Windhoek. At the first plant, the unit cost is N$ 3.60, and the fixed cost is N$ 1260. At the second plant, the unit cost is N$ 3.30, and the fixed cost is N$ 2637. The company wants the plants to produce a combined total of 900 cars, but the total cost at each plant must be the same. How many cars should be produced at each plant?

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