Question: 2 Upon retirement, Mr. Klaws started to make two types of children’s wooden toys in his shop, Wuns and Toos. Wuns yield a variable profit of $9 each and Toos have a contribution margin of $8 apiece. Even though his electric saw overheats, he can make 7 Wuns and zero Toos or 14 Toos and zero Wuns (or any linear combination of the two) each day. Since he doesn’t have equipment for drying the lacquer finish he puts on the toys, the drying operation limits him to 16 Wuns and zero Toos or 8 Toos and zero Wuns (or any linear combination of the two) per day. How many Wuns and how many Toos should be produced?
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