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"fashion furniture makes two kinds of chairs; rockers and recliners. two machinges a and b are used. machine a is limited to 20 hours per day. machine b is limited to 15 hours per day. machine a takes two hours to make each rocker and four hours to make each recliner. fashion furniture makes a profit of 12$ on each rocker and $10 on each recliner. how many of each type of chair should they make?"


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