Andrew M. answered • 04/24/15

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**P >= 3V**

**P + V <= 250**

Lets call the profit M for money

**M = 3P + 2.5V**

The above equation is probably what the problem wants; however, it does not take into account the

cost of doing business such as buying the ingredients, and other such things. A more accurate

function would be

M = 3P + 2.5V - C

where C is the cost associated with making the pizzas