# SOLUTION: Your company produces two models of bicycles: Model A and Model B. Model A takes 2 hours to assemble, where Model B takes 3 hours to assemble. Model A costs \$25 to make per bike wh

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 Question 206202: Your company produces two models of bicycles: Model A and Model B. Model A takes 2 hours to assemble, where Model B takes 3 hours to assemble. Model A costs \$25 to make per bike where Model B costs \$30 to make per bike. If your company has a total of 34 hours and \$350 available per day for these two models, how many of each model can be made in a day? Answer by stanbon(57361)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Your company produces two models of bicycles: Model A and Model B. Model A takes 2 hours to assemble, where Model B takes 3 hours to assemble. Model A costs \$25 to make per bike where Model B costs \$30 to make per bike. If your company has a total of 34 hours and \$350 available per day for these two models, how many of each model can be made in a day? ------------------ Time: 2A + 3B = 34 Cost:25A +30B = 350 ----------------------- Solve the system to get: A = 2 (# of Model A bikes) B = 10 (# of Model B bikes) =================================== Cheers, Stan H.