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By:Eira Cantu

Hi! Today I will tell you somethings about my business. The picture above shows two different types of sauces with the ingredients that my company makes. I will explain to you how I find out the minimized costs,and maximum profit, and how i keep my customers satisfied by filling orders promptly. I will buy 1050 green peppers and 1200 hot chili peppers.

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On my first picture i did the inequality, then i graphed to know where my point were at, then  i was able to find the maximum and minimum by plugging it in to my product function with the x and y. I could do 150 pints of Red Hot Sauce and 75 pints of Scorchin' Hot Sauce which would give me the maximum of $255.Using my second inequality i discovered i could have 150 green peppers if i made 100 pints of each sauce.

On the picture above you can see the prices of each item. On the Red Hot Sauce each pint cost $9.43 to make but for me to keep the profit on $1.20 I would have to sell it for 10.63. With the other sauce it takes $10.54 to make but for me to keep the profit of $1.00 i would have to sell it for $11.54.

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