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The Corona Sporting Company makes two types of balls: Soccer balls and Cork balls. The making of each soccer ball and cork ball requires 3 hours and 4 hours of production time, respectively. A total of 500 production hours are available during the next month. At least 150 balls, combined, must be produced. The production cost for each Soccer ball is $9 and each Cork ball is $7. (25 points) a. Formulate the Linear Programming Model for Corona Sporting Company b. Graph the constraints of the model c. Determine the feasible region d. Identify the potential optimal solutions for this model e. Find the optimal solution
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