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Agriculture A fruit grower raises two crops, apples and peaches. Each of these crops is sent to three different outlets for sale. These outlets are The Farmers Market, The Fruit Stand, and The Fruit Farm. The numbers of bushels of apples sent to the three outlets are 125, 100, and 75, respectively. The numbers of bushels of peaches sent to the three outlets are 100, 175, and 125, respectively. The profit per bushel for apples is $3.50 and the profit per bushel for peaches is $6.00. (a) Write a matrix that represents the number of bushels of each crop that are shipped to each outlet State what each entry of the matrix represents. (b) Write a matrix that represents the profit per bushel of each fruit. State what each entry of the matrix represents. (c) Find the product and state what each entry of the matrix represents.

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Textbook: Precalculus
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Author: Ron Larson, Robert P. Hostetler
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