# A company produces two types of TV stands. Type I has 6

Last updated: 7/19/2022

A company produces two types of TV stands. Type I has 6 drawers. It requires 3 single drawer pulls and 3 double drawer pulls. The company needs 75 hours of labor to produce the Type I TV stand. Type II has 3 drawers. It requires 6 single drawer pulls. The company needs 50 hours of labor to produce the Type II TV stand. The company only has 600 labor hours available each week, and a total of 60 single drawer pulls available in a week. For each Type I stand produced and sold, the company makes $200 in profit. For each Type II stand produced and sold, the company makes $150 in profit. Part A Identify the constraints as a system of linear inequalities. Let x represent the number of 6 drawer TV stands produced and let y represent the number of 3 drawer TV stands produced.