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The owner of a shop wishes to buy x guitars and y violins.To satisfy thedemands of his customers, the number o fvoilins much be less than or equal to the number of guitars
1)Write an ineqality to represent tis info
a)is it y is < or equal to x?
The cost of one guitar is $150 and the cost of one violin is $300.He has $4500 to spend to purchase these instruments.
2)Write and inequality to rep this info.
b)Is it 150X + 300Y is < or equal to 4500?
To make a good bargin, the owner of the shop must buy at least 5 violins
c)Is it y < or equal to 5?
How do i express Total profit in terms of X and Y and how do i calculate maximum profit???

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    The owner of a shop wishes to buy x guitars and y violins.To satisfy thedemands of his customers, the number o fvoilins much be less than or equal to the number of guitars
    1)Write an ineqality to represent tis info
    a)is it y is < or equal to x?
    The cost of one guitar is $150 and the cost of one violin is $300.He has $4500 to spend to purchase these instruments.
    2)Write and inequality to rep this info.
    b)Is it 150X + 300Y is < or equal to 4500?
    To make a good bargin, the owner of the shop must buy at least 5 violins
    c)Is it y < or equal to 5?
    How do i express Total profit in terms of X and Y and how do i calculate maximum profit???

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