LINEAR PROGRAMING...HELP PLEASEE!!!!!

A sporting goods manufacturer makes a $5 profit on soccer balls and a $4 profit on volleyballs. Cutting requires 2 hours to make 75 soccer balls and 3 hours to make 60 volleyballs. Sewing needs 3 hours to make 75 soccerballs and 2 hours to make 60 volleyballs. Cutting has 500 hours avaliable, and sewing has 450 hours availible. What is the maximum profit the company can make from these two products?

List constraints and variables

  1. 👍 0
  2. 👎 0
  3. 👁 67
asked by Kelly
  1. your variables is number of each types of balls, the constraints are sewing and cutting hrs.

  2. can u please name the constraits

    1. 👍 0
    2. 👎 0
    posted by Kelly
  3. sewing hrs, cutting hrs.

Respond to this Question

First Name

Your Response

Similar Questions

  1. algebra

    A sporting goods store with sales for the year of $400,000 and other income of $32,000 has operating expenses of $123,000. Its cost of goods sold is $207,000. What are its gross margin, operating profit, and net profit in dollars?

    asked by janet lyons on October 10, 2018
  2. Algebra II

    Bill's Sporting Goods makes baseballs and softballs. In a given week they can manufacture no more than 70 balls. When setting equipment, they have to make at least 20 baseballs and at least 10 softballs. They make 6$ for each

    asked by Chris on December 13, 2016
  3. health care?business

    I am doing a paper on not for profit and for profit health care organizations and i am confused I know for profit is to make money and not for profit has more of the charity help but when i do a search i always get non-for profit

    asked by april on March 28, 2011
  4. math

    A trader allows a discount of 20% of his goods and still makes at profit of 25%. Find the profit % made, if he sells his good at (i) Marked price (ii) at 10% discount.

    asked by msc on February 25, 2016
  5. math

    A man sold 3/5 of the goods at 20% loss, at what profit% should he sell remaining goods to get 10% profit on the whole?

    asked by Anonymous on February 6, 2015
  6. Math

    2. Lisa owns a small business. There was a loss of $14 on Monday and a profit of $18 on Tuesday. On Wednesday there was a loss of $6 and on Thursday there was a profit of $7. Find the total profit or loss. a. $15 profit b. $45

    asked by ErenJaegerKillsTheTitans on September 1, 2017
  7. High school

    . A cement manufacturer has a cost of production of $28 for each bag of cement produced and the sells a bag of cement for $40. The monthly fixed cost of the manufacturer is $180,000. a. Derive the monthly cost function of the

    asked by Anonymous on February 3, 2016
  8. math

    A manufacturer can produce 8,500 units for a total profit of 47,600.00 dollars, but if he increases his production to 11,500 units, then his profit becomes $65,600.00. fixed cost is? net profit per unit produced is?

    asked by Mark on January 27, 2011
  9. Math

    A manufacturer can produce 8,500 units for a total profit of 47,600.00 dollars, but if he increases his production to 11,500 units, then his profit becomes $65,600.00. It follows that his fixed cost is? and his net profit per unit

    asked by Mark on January 27, 2011
  10. New Age Math

    A manufacturer can produce 8,500 units for a total profit of 47,600.00 dollars, but if he increases his production to 11,500 units, then his profit becomes $65,600.00. What is the fixed cost and net profit per unit produced is?

    asked by Tracy on January 28, 2011

More Similar Questions