Posted by **Richard D** on Friday, October 19, 2012 at 11:41am.

A clarinet factory wants to maximize profits. They can produce 250 clarinets per week at a cost of $300 per clarinet, and sell them for $1000 per clarinet.

And, they can produce 350 clarinets per week at a cost of $275 per clarinet, and sell them for $900 each.

How much profit can they expect to earn if they make 400 clarinets per week?

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