# finite!!!

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A manufacturing company wants to maximize profits on products A,B, and C. The profit margin is \$3 for A, \$6 for B, and \$15 C. The production requirements and departmental capacities are as follows:

DEPARTMENT Prod. Requirements Dept. Capacity
A B C (total hours)
assembling 2 3 2 30,000
painting 1 2 2 38,000
finishing 2 3 1 28,000

What is the maximum profit?

What is the maximum profit if the profit margin of C changes to \$10.00?

SORRY THIS IS SO LONG BUT I DESPERATELY NEED HELP:(

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He changed it a bit. The last 2 questions is different from anything on google! help?

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Aren't you supposed to have LEARNED this??

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isn't this a place to ASK FOR HELP?

geez. im sorry i have a bad teacher...

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We're glad to HELP. But you haven't said what you don't understand

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You are asking for someone to help you on a cumulative test question. The purpose of that is to evaluate do you know the material. I am not certain how we can help. YOu see similar questions with work, where others have use cheat sites already with the same teacher. You certainly should be able to use those to understand. We are not going to do it for you.
If I were you, tell the teacher he is a bad teacher. I wonder if he has an alternative explanation for your progress.
Good luck.

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How do i find the maximum profit? I should be able to do the other question. Im just confused on how to set it up. I get maximization, but this problem confuses me on how to set it up in the standard form.

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^^^ That's how you can help :( please..

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