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Finite MathematicsTransportation Scheduling Duffin House is about to start a promotional blitz for its new book, Advanced String Theory for the Liberal Arts . The company has 25 salespeople stationed in Austin and 10 in San Diego, and would like to fly at least 15 to sales fairs in each of Houston and Cleveland. A round-trip plane flight from Austin to Houston costs $200; from Austin to Cleveland costs $150; from San Diego to Houston costs $400; and from San Diego to Cleveland costs $200. How many salespeople should the company fly from each of Austin and San Diego to each of Houston and Cleveland for the lowest total cost in airfare?BuyFind*launch*

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Chapter 5, Problem 44RE

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**Transportation Scheduling** *Duffin House* is about to start a promotional blitz for its new book, *Advanced String Theory for the Liberal Arts*. The company has 25 salespeople stationed in Austin and 10 in San Diego, and would like to fly at least 15 to sales fairs in each of Houston and Cleveland. A round-trip plane flight from Austin to Houston costs $200; from Austin to Cleveland costs $150; from San Diego to Houston costs $400; and from San Diego to Cleveland costs $200. How many salespeople should the company fly from each of Austin and San Diego to each of Houston and Cleveland for the lowest total cost in airfare?

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