A small tailors’ company wants to use at least 130 yards of fabric to sew evening skirts and dresses. A dress requires 4 yards of fabric and the production of a skirt will need 3 yards. Research shows that they will be able to sell at most three times as many skirts as dresses . A dress will take 10 hours to produce and a skirt will take 1 hour. They can assign to this work no more than 286 hours. Each dress will sell for $540, and each skirt will sell for $180. How many skirts should they sew to maximize the profit?
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It will show the equations I made with it graphed. I need help here. What should I do now?
Also - C(x,y) = 540x+180y (right)?