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1. Solve the problem geometrically.

2. By looking at your graph from part 1, can you determine the shadow price of cheddar?

Jason's House of Cheese offers two cheese assortments for holiday gift giving. In his supply refrigerator, Jason has 3600 ounces of cheddar, 1498 ounces of Brie, and 2396 ounces of Stilton. The St. Nick assortment contains 10 ounces of cheddar, 5 ounces of Brie, and 6 ounces of Stilton. The Holly assortment contains 8 ounces of cheddar, 3 ounces of Brie, and 8 ounces of Stilton. Each St. Nick assortment sells for $16, and each Holly assortment sells for $14. How many of each assortment should be produced and sold in order to maximize Jason's revenue?

2. By looking at your graph from part 1, can you determine the shadow price of cheddar?

Jason's House of Cheese offers two cheese assortments for holiday gift giving. In his supply refrigerator, Jason has 3600 ounces of cheddar, 1498 ounces of Brie, and 2396 ounces of Stilton. The St. Nick assortment contains 10 ounces of cheddar, 5 ounces of Brie, and 6 ounces of Stilton. The Holly assortment contains 8 ounces of cheddar, 3 ounces of Brie, and 8 ounces of Stilton. Each St. Nick assortment sells for $16, and each Holly assortment sells for $14. How many of each assortment should be produced and sold in order to maximize Jason's revenue?

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