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Sweet-Fit jeans has a factory that makes two styles of jeans; Super-Fit and Super-Hug. Each pair of Super-Fit takes 12 minutes to cut and 15 minutes to sew and finish. Each pair of Super-Hug takes 12

Sweet-Fit jeans has a factory that makes two styles of jeans; Super-Fit and Super-Hug. Each pair of Super-Fit takes 12 minutes to cut and 15 minutes to sew and finish. Each pair of Super-Hug takes 12 minutes to cut and 40 minutes to sew and finish. The plant has enough workers to provide at most 12,599 minutes per day for cutting and at most 28,249 minutes per day for sewing and finishing. The profit on each pair of Super-Fit is $6.50 and the profit on each pair of Super-Hug is $8.50. How many pairs of each style should be produced per day to obtain maximum profit? Find the maximum daily profit.

(Use x for Super-Fit and y for Super-Hug.)
Maximize P= 6.50 + 8.50y

Sweet-Fit jeans has a factory that makes two styles of jeans; Super-Fit and Super-Hug. Each pair of Super-Fit takes 12 minutes to cut and 15 minutes to sew and finish. Each pair of Super-Hug takes 12 minutes to cut and 40 minutes to sew and finish. The plant has enough workers to provide at most 12,599 minutes per day for cutting and at most 28,249 minutes per day for sewing and finishing. The profit on each pair of Super-Fit is $6.50 and the profit on each pair of Super-Hug is $8.50. How many pairs of each style should be produced per day to obtain maximum profit? Find the maximum daily profit. (Use x for Super-Fit and y for Super-Hug.) Maximize P= 6.50 + 8.50y

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