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Rack A holds 80 pairs of slacks with prices ranging from $12 to $15 a

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Rack A holds 80 pairs of slacks with prices ranging from $12 to $15 a pair, and rack B holds 60 pairs of slacks with prices ranging from $13 to $18 a pair. If all the slacks are sold,what is the greatest amount by which the revenue the from the sale of slacks on rack A could possibly exceed the revenue from the sale of slacks on rack B?

A $430
B $412
C $122
D $120
E $112

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Bunuel wrote:
Rack A holds 80 pairs of slacks with prices ranging from $12 to $15 a pair, and rack B holds 60 pairs of slacks with prices ranging from $13 to $18 a pair. If all the slacks are sold,what is the greatest amount by which the revenue the from the sale of slacks on rack A could possibly exceed the revenue from the sale of slacks on rack B?

A $430
B $412
C $122
D $120
E $112


considering 79 pairs @ 15$ and all 59 out of 60 pairs sold at least price 13$ = 1185-767
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