Posted by **garnel** on Saturday, October 20, 2012 at 6:52pm.

machines A &B.

Model A machines each cost $200 to make at a profit of $25 each. Model B cost $3oo to make at a $40 profit. Total number of machines do not exceed 2500 a month. Company has no more $600,000 per month for manufacturing cost. Whats the number of units A and B should produce to maximize the monthly profit?

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