Billings Company produces two products, Product Reno and Product Tahoe. Each product goes through its own assembly and finishing departments. However, both of them must go through the painting department. The painting department has capacity of 2,460 hours per year. Product Reno has a unit contribution margin of $120 and requires five hours of painting department time. Product Tahoe has a unit contribution margin of $75 and requires three hours of painting department time. There are no other constraints.
Choosing the Optimal Product Mix with a Constrained Resource and a Demand Constraint Refer to the information for Billings Company on the previous page. Assume that only 500 units of each product can be sold.
1. What is the optimal mix of products?
2. What is the total contribution margin earned for the optimal mix?
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