North American Housing is a builder of two types of modular homes, a rambler and a spilt-level. The

North American Housing is a builder of two types of modular homes, a rambler and a spilt-level. The rambler requires 400 worker-days of carpentry, 10 worker-days of painting and sells for a profit of $3000. The split-level requires 300 worker-days of carpentry, 20 worker-days of painting and sells for a profit of $4000. North America Housing has available 48,000 worker-days of carpentry and 1600 worker-days of painting. North America Housing must also produce at least twice as many ramblers as split-levels. The builder will choose the number of each type of house it builds in order to maximize its profit.



set up inequality for at least twice as many ramblers as split-levels. ---> At least { ≤ } I would set up like:

rambler At least { ≤ } 2 ( split level)


kbbtrainor1323
Asked Mar 21, 2013
Edited Mar 21, 2013
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Jaco
Answered Dec 14, 2015
Thank you for sharing. My brother is staying with Anderson and he want to build a new home. He has already contacted a local home builder service "actionconstructionco.com". for design and building a home.
Jasondavis
Answered May 03, 2016

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