# SOLUTION: A certain diet requires at least 60 units of protein, no more than 120 units of sodium, and no more than 80 units of fat. From each serving of food A there are derived 30 units of

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Graphs Question 251703: A certain diet requires at least 60 units of protein, no more than 120 units of sodium, and no more than 80 units of fat. From each serving of food A there are derived 30 units of protein, 30 units of sodium, and 10 units of fat. From each serving of food B, there are derived 20 units of protein, 20 units of sodium, and 20 units of fat. If food A costs \$1.00 per serving and food B costs \$0.90 per serving, how many servings of each food can there be while keeping cost at a minimum?Answer by richwmiller(9144)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Food A requires two servings to yield 60 units of protein at a cost of \$2.00 (60 sodium and 20 fat) Food B requires three servings to yield 60 units of protein at a cost of \$2.70 (60 sodium and 60 fat)