1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hello all, Can someone help me figure this out? "It takes cosmic stitching 2 hrs of cutting and 4 hrs of sewing to make a knit suit. To make a worsted suit, it takes 4 hrs of cutting and 2 hrs of sewing. At most 20 hrs per day are available for cutting and at most 16 hrs are available for sewing. The profit on a knit suit is $68 and the profit on a worsted suit is $62. How many of each kind should be made to maximize profit?" 2. Relevant equations These are the eqn's/ inequalities I came up with: Let c = cutting Let s = sewing c (less than or equal to) 20 s (less than or equal to)16 c+s (less than or equal to) 24 hrs 3. The attempt at a solution I graphed c on the y axis and s on the x axis and found the two points of intersection of the function c=-s+24 they are (4,20) and (16,8). Not sure what to do know (note I got to the answer by using logic, but the books answer has the answer in (x,y) form, which means that they somehow created a graph of knitted suits vs. worsted suits..... Can anyone help? P.S You can be straight to the point, as embarrassing as it is, I tutor up through most of calc and physics. Its been years since I have done these types of problems, and this one was presented to me at the tutoring center at which I work.