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Question about Linear Programming - Maximum Profit

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Muro manufacturing company makes two kinds of plasma screen TV's. It produces the flexscan set that sells for $350 profit and the panoramic I that sells for $500 profit. On the assembly line, the flexscan requires 5 hours, and the panoramic I takes 7 hours. The cabinet shop spends 1 hour on the cabinet for the flexscreen and 2 hours on the cabinet for the panoramic I. Both sets require 4 hours for testing and packing. On a particular production run, the Muro Company has available 3600 work-hours on the assembly line, 900 work-hours in the cabinet shop, and 2600 work-hours in the testing and packing department.

How many sets of each type should it produce to make a maximum profit? What is the maximum profit?

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A Complete, Neat and Step-by-step Solution is provided showing the number sets of each type that should be produced to make a maxium profit. Also, the maxium profit shown.

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