Posted by **bob** on Monday, February 17, 2014 at 12:20pm.

A manufacturer produces a 4-cup and 8-cup coffee maker. The 4-cup maker takes 6 hours to produce and the 8-cup takes 9 hours. The manufacturer has at most 500 hours of labor per week.

a. Write an inequality to represent the number of each type of coffee makers they can produce in a week.

b. Is it possible to produce 20 4-cup and 30 8-cup coffee makers in a given week? Explain why or why not showing all of your calculations.

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