# Chapter 2 Project

Hot Hot Hot !!!

### By NMehta

http://www.texaspete.com/

**Activity 1 **

If i were to produce 100 pints of sauce, There will be 150 green peppers left over

### Activity 2

In order to maximize your profits you should make 150 pints of the red hot sauce. And 75 pints of the scorchin'hot sauce. And the maximum profit would be $255.00

### Activity 3

### Activity 4

If i were to sell my sauce to a supermarket chain, a local grocery store, and a specialty store. If the supermarket chain orders 288 pt every 8 weeks, and the grocery store buys 60 pt every 4 weeks, and the speciality store will buy 24 pt every week.

**Then i will have to make 75 pts per week**

### Finishing Project

My profit analysis of producing Sizzlin, Sauces is that your making 75 pints of sauce each week. A pint of Red Hot Sauce Cost $7.05 to make. A pint of Scorchin’ Hot Sauce cost $8.25 to make. I would sell Red Hot Sauce for $8.25 and i would sell Scorchin’ Hot Sauce for $9.48. This brings in a maximum profit of approximately $255.00.

Brace Map

- Suppose you are the owner of the Sizzlin’ Sauce Company.
- Your company makes two different kinds of sauce, Red Hot Sauce and Scorchin’ Hot Sauce.
- As the owner of a small successful business, you want to
, and keep customers satisfied by filling orders promptly.*minimize costs, maximize profit* - To fill an order for Sizzlin’ Sauce sauces, you bought 1050 green peppers and 1200 hot chili peppers.
- What is the
*maximum profit?* - You can sell your sauce to a supermarket chain, a local grocery, and a specialty store.
- The supermarket chain will buy 288 pt every 8 weeks, the grocery will buy 60 pt every 4 weeks, and the speciality store will buy 24 pt each week.
- Presume that you want to produce the same number of pints each week, and that the type of sauce is not a factor in filling these orders.
- The activities should help you to complete your project.
- Write and graph a
to represent the number of pints of each kind of sauce you can make.*system of inequalities* - Refer to the recipes above.
- Select one
and determine how many peppers you will have left over.*solution of the system* - Suppose you make $1.20 profit on 1 pint of Red Hot Sauce and $1.00 profit on 1 pint of you should make and sell to maximize your profit.
- Visit a local grocery store to estimate the cost of each sauce ingredient.
- Remember that buying in
can save you money.*large quantities* - Find the cost of producting 1 pt of each type of sauce.
- What selling price will you set for each sauce to maintain your profit
- How many pints of sauce should you produce each week to fill these order?
- Design a spreadsheet to track your stock of sauce after each week. Use cell formulas.
- Your report should include your analysis of the cost of producing Sizzling Sauces
- Include your profit analysis and production spreadsheet. Illustrate your reasoning and decisions with graphs.