Waiting for answer This question has not been answered yet. You can hire a professional tutor to get the answer.

QUESTION

# A grocery store manager must decide howto best present a limited supply of milk and cookies to its customers. Milk can be sold by itself for a prot...

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. I need help with this homework problem.

A grocery store manager must decide howto best present a limited supply of milk and cookies to its customers. Milk can be sold by itself for a proﬁt of\$1.50 per gallon. Cookies can likewise be sold at a proﬁt of \$2.50 per dozen. To increase appeal to customers. one gallon ofmilk and a dozen cookiescan be packaged together and are then sold for a proﬁt of\$3.00 per bundle. The manager has 100 gallons of milk and 150 dozen cookies available eachday. The manager has decided to stock at least '35 gallons of milk per clay' and demand for cookies is always 140 dozen per day. To maximize proﬁts. howmuch of each product should the manager stock. What is the maximum daily proﬁt that the grooeryir store can achieve? Multiple Choice 0 \$515 0 \$435 \$425 \$455 \$395 000