(b)In my inequality I will be using these variables:

Variable m= the number of modern rocker

Variable c= the number of classic maple rocker

Since classic rocker requires 15 board feet of maple, I will use 15c and since modern rocker requires 12, I will use 12m. I will now write an inequality that limits the number 3000 of board feet of maple lumber for making its classic and modern maple rocking chair.

15c + 12m≤ 3000

I use c as the independent variable (on horizontal axis) and m the dependent variable (on the vertical axis) then I can graph the equation using the intercepts.

15c ≤ 3000 c ≤ 300 the c-intercept is (200, 0).

The m- intercept is found when c=0

12m≤ 3000 m ≤ 250 the m-intercept is (0, 250).

Dealing with this type of inequality equation this is a less than or equal to. The inequality line will be solid, the slope will be downwards and it will move from left to right. I will use the first quadrants because this region of graph is relevant to this problem. I will consider point (75, 150) on my graph. This is inside the shaded area which means the company can use 75 on classic maple rocker and 150 on modern rocker. This is how it would look if they use these items:

75(15) + 150 (12) = 2925 boards feet and have 75 board feet left over. Now looking at these points (95, 160) on the graph, these are outside of the shaded area which means the company can’t make up enough rockers because they don’t have enough board feet. They would run out of board before it even made the classic or modern rocker.

95(15) + 160(12) =3345 feet of board required. This order can’t be filled.

Now look at this point (100, 125). This point is right on the line and means the company will be able to fulfill this order exactly without having any board feet left over.

100(15) + 125(12) = 3000. This order will be filled but there is no room for mistakes or eras.

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