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increase or decrease the number of caramels in order
obtain a profit?
18. Mixture Problem The manager of Nutt's Nuts regularly
sells cashews for $6.50 per pound, pecans for $7.50 per
pound, and peanuts for $2.00 per pound. How many pounds
of cashews and pecans should be mixed with 40 pounds of
peanuts to obtain a mixture of 100 pounds that will sell for
$4.89 a pound so that the revenue is unchanged?
ta daily
m. The
k-even
Boipil
19. Investment Problem Mr. Nicholson has just retired and
needs $10,000 per year in supplementary income. He has
$150,000 to invest and can invest in AA bonds at 10%
annual interest or in Savings and Loan Certificates at 5%
interest per year. How much money should be invested in
each so that he realizes exactly $10,000 in extra income per
is able
ultant
geous
the
year?
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liv-
20. Investment Problem Mr. Nicholson finds after 2 vears that
because of inflation he now needs $12,000 per year in sup-
plementary income. How should he transfer his funds to
achieve this amount? (Use the data from Problem 19.)
Mitoda boi
of
that
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ppose we conferred (c) To would have ook many dollars? at 8%? Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Occupatiol. of bache- Problems Handbook 2002-2003 Edition. bachelor's In Proble and dem 17. Mixture Problem Sweet Delight Candies sells boxes of c dy consisting of creams and caramels. Each box sells for $8.00 and holds 50 pieces of candy (all pieces are the same Problems 17-24, involve mixture problems. can- 25. S al Center 26. S = creams size). If the caramels cost $0.10 to produce and the cream 27. S cost $0.20 to produce, how many caramels and creams should be in each box for no profit or loss? Would you of pro- e break- Its. 28. S increase or decrease the number of caramels in order obtain a profit? 18. Mixture Problem The manager of Nutt's Nuts regularly sells cashews for $6.50 per pound, pecans for $7.50 per pound, and peanuts for $2.00 per pound. How many pounds of cashews and pecans should be mixed with 40 pounds of peanuts to obtain a mixture of 100 pounds that will sell for $4.89 a pound so that the revenue is unchanged? ta daily m. The k-even Boipil 19. Investment Problem Mr. Nicholson has just retired and needs $10,000 per year in supplementary income. He has $150,000 to invest and can invest in AA bonds at 10% annual interest or in Savings and Loan Certificates at 5% interest per year. How much money should be invested in each so that he realizes exactly $10,000 in extra income per is able ultant geous the year? our liv- 20. Investment Problem Mr. Nicholson finds after 2 vears that because of inflation he now needs $12,000 per year in sup- plementary income. How should he transfer his funds to achieve this amount? (Use the data from Problem 19.) Mitoda boi of that

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19. Given,

Mr. Nicholson has $150,000.

Step 2

Calculation:

Let x be the amount invested in AA bonds at 10%.

Then, (150000 – x) is the amount invest...

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