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# Optimal Cost An animal shelter mixes two brands of dry dog

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Problem 6.6.39

Optimal Cost An animal shelter mixes two brands of dry dog food. Brand X costs \$25 per bag and contains two units of nutrient A, two units of nutrient B, and two units of nutrient C. Brand Y costs \$20 per bag and contains one unit of nutrient A, nine units of nutrient B, and three units of nutrient C. The minimum required amounts of nutrients A, B, and C are 12 units, 36 units, and 24 units, respectively. What is the optimal number of bags of each brand that should be mixed? What is the optimal cost?

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