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Hello, I have the following problem,

Truck x can carry up to 6 loads per hour
Truck Y can carry up to 10 loads per hour.
However no more then 7 truck loads can be handled.

The profit per truckload Of X is £40 and for Y is £60

Sketch lines, 40x + 60y = 0, 80, 160 ... 400

What would the X and Y values be for the above sketches.

cheers.
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Hello, I have the following problem,

Truck x can carry up to 6 loads per hour
Truck Y can carry up to 10 loads per hour.
However no more then 7 truck loads can be handled.

The profit per truckload Of X is £40 and for Y is £60

Sketch lines, 40x + 60y = 0, 80, 160 ... 400

What would the X and Y values be for the above sketches.

cheers.
The variables x and y, appear to be the number of Trucks X and the number of Trucks Y respectively.
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The variables x and y, appear to be the number of Trucks X and the number of Trucks Y respectively.
Hello, How can you draw two lines for this, becaue at x= 6 y=0 the equation 40x + 60x equates to 240, and at x=0 y= 4 the equation also equates to 240.

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