The Fashion Store has $12,000 available each month for advertising. Newspaper ads cost $400 apiece and no more than 30 can be run per month. Radio ads cost $200 each and no more than 40 can run per month. TV ads cost$1600 a piece, with a maximum of 7 available each month. Approximately 2000 women will see each newspaper ad, 1600 will hear each radio ad, and 16,000 will see each TV ad. How much of each type of advertising should beused if the store wants to maximize exposure?How many newspaper ads should be placed?How many radio ads should be used?How many TV ads should be run?What is the maximum exposure?women

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The Fashion Store has $12,000 available each month for advertising. Newspaper ads cost $400 apiece and no more than 30 can be run per month. Radio ads cost $200 each and no more than 40 can run per month. TV ads cost
$1600 a piece, with a maximum of 7 available each month. Approximately 2000 women will see each newspaper ad, 1600 will hear each radio ad, and 16,000 will see each TV ad. How much of each type of advertising should be
used if the store wants to maximize exposure?
How many newspaper ads should be placed?
How many radio ads should be used?
How many TV ads should be run?
What is the maximum exposure?
women
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The Fashion Store has $12,000 available each month for advertising. Newspaper ads cost $400 apiece and no more than 30 can be run per month. Radio ads cost $200 each and no more than 40 can run per month. TV ads cost $1600 a piece, with a maximum of 7 available each month. Approximately 2000 women will see each newspaper ad, 1600 will hear each radio ad, and 16,000 will see each TV ad. How much of each type of advertising should be used if the store wants to maximize exposure? How many newspaper ads should be placed? How many radio ads should be used? How many TV ads should be run? What is the maximum exposure? women

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To determine the number of advertisements in each category to secure the maximum exposure

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Convert the given word problem into al linear programming problem : Let N , R and T (the initial letters) represent the number of advertisements in...

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To max imize: 2000N 1600R160007; constraint s 30,0sR< 40, 0 < T < 7 0N and cost 400N 200R 1600T <12000, or 2N R+8T60

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