Some of the **case** examples include: McCoy, Kalo Fertilizer Company and a Manufacturing firm.

Let the number of loaves of **bread** be "b", the number of muffins be "m"
Let the Cost of making one loaf of **bread** be "x"
Let the Cost of making one muffin be "y"
Profits = Revenue - Cost
Profits for a loaf of **bread** = $2.5 - x
Profits for a muffin =

b) If each loaf of **bread** is sold for $2.50, and each muffin is sold for $1.15, define an equation to represent the baker's revenue function.
Suppose the baker can bake x loafs of **bread** and y muffin.

To bake each loaf of **bread**, the baker needs to use 1.3 pounds of wheat and 0.5 pounds of sugar.
a.

If each loaf of **bread** is sold for $2.50 and each muffin is sold for $1.15, can you define an equation to represent the baker's profit function?

97940 Setting up Inequalities Suppose wheat and sugar are two basic ingredients necessary to bake two items: a loaf of **bread** and a muffin. A baker has 25 pounds of wheat and 5 pounds of sugar.

A loaf of raisin **bread** requires 1 unit of flour, 1 of sugar, and 2 of raisins, while a raisin cake needs 5, 2, and 1 units, respectively.
a.

At least one person who came to a Green Thumb store was offered a free loaf of 23 -grain **bread**.
d. The Green Thumb chain ran out of 23 -grain **bread**.
2.

50434 Finding the Dimensions (Side) of a Cube Given Volume A homemade loaf of **bread** turns out to be a perfect cube. Five slices of **bread**, each 0.6 in. thick, are cut from one end of the loaf.

Every Sunday Jarod buys a loaf of **bread** for his family from the corner bakery for $3. the local department store has a sale on breadmakers for $79.