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# Finding Maximum Number of Expected Sales

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A supervisor has 5 salespeople who can be assigned to 5 different routes next
month. Adam can be expected to sell \$9000 worth of goods on Route 1, \$8000 on
Route 2, \$10,000 on Route 3, \$7000 on Route 4, and \$8000 on Route 5. Betty
would sell \$6000. \$9000, \$5000, \$7000, and \$4000 on these routes; Charles
would sell \$4000, \$5000, \$4000, \$8000, and \$2000; Denise would sell \$4000,
\$7000, \$5000, \$4000, and \$2000; and Ed would sell \$5000, \$5000, \$7000, \$9000,
and \$3000. What is the maximum total expected sales possible next month?

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A supervisor has 5 sales people who can be assigned to 5 different routes next month.
Adam can be expected to sell \$9000 worth of goods on Route 1, \$8000 on Route 2, \$10,000 on Route 3, \$7,000 on Route 4, and \$8000 on Route 5. Betty would sell \$6000, \$9000, \$5000, \$7000 ...

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The expert finds the maximum number of expected sales.

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