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Submitted on 7/14/2003
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the national business machines corporation manufactures two models of fax machines: a and b each model a costs $200 to make and each model b cost $300.  the profits are $25 for each model a and $40 for each model b fax machine.  if the total number of fax machines demanded per month does not exceed 2500 and the company has earmarked no more than $600,000 per month for manfacturing costs, find how many units of each model national should make each month in order to maximize its monthly profits.  


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