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MODELINGOn Wheels The Boards and Blades Company

A Survey of Mathematics with Applications | 9th Edition | ISBN: 9780321759665 | Authors: Allen R. Angel, Christine D. Abbott, Dennis C. Runde ISBN: 9780321759665 194

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Problem 7.1.264

MODELINGOn Wheels The Boards and Blades Company manufactures skateboards and in-line skates. The company can produce a maximum of 20 skateboards and pairs of in-line skates per day. It makes a profit of $25 on a skateboard and a profit of $20 on a pair of in-line skates. The company's planners want to make at least 3 skateboards but not more than 6 skateboards per day. To keep customers happy, they must make at least 2 pairs of in-line skates per day. a) List the constraints. b) Determine the objective function. c) Graph the set of constraints. d) Determine the vertices of the feasible region. e) How many skateboards and pairs of in-line skates should be made to maximize the profit? f) Determine the maximum profit.

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Unknowns Add To Take From Put Compare Together/ Take Apart Addend Bigger Both Addends Change Difference Result Smaller Start Total CCSS Problem Types Add To: Addition set-up; action involved Take From: Subtraction set-up; action involved Put Together/Take Apart: Group vs. its parts Comparing: Difference; comparison, more vs. less Unknowns Add To Take From Put Compare Together/ Take Apart Addend Bigger Both Addends Change Difference Result Smaller Start Total Unknowns Add To Take From Put Compa

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Textbook: A Survey of Mathematics with Applications
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Author: Allen R. Angel, Christine D. Abbott, Dennis C. Runde
ISBN: 9780321759665

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