Linear Programming to Maximize Profit
Brian runs a factory that makes Bluray players. Each S100 takes 6 ounces of plastic and 4 ounces of metal. Each D200 requires 3 ounces of plastic and 8 ounces of metal. The factory has 300 ounces of plastic, 608 ounces of metal available, with a maximum of 22 S100 that can be built each week. If each S100 generates $10 in profit, and each D200 generates $2, how many of each of the Bluray players should Brian have the factory make each week to make the most profit?
S100:
D200:
Best profit:

Oh my heavens I have done so many linear programming problems tonight!
s uses 6 plastic
d uses 3 plastic
so
6 s + 3 d </= 300
s uses 4 metal
d uses 8 metal
so
4 s + 8 d </= 608
s </=22
maximize 10 s + 2 d
I get 332 at (22,56)
using
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use x for s and y for d
add
x>=0
y>=0posted by Damon

Thank You So Much!!!!!!
posted by clair

You are welcome.
posted by Damon
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