A farmer’s family is making plans for the year’s planting. Its members are considering planting corn, tomatoes, potatoes, and strawberries. They have 50 acres to plant on. The aim is to determine what it costs to plant an acre of each crop, computing the yield in bushels, forecasting the revenue for a bushel of each crop, and choosing the combination of crops that will yield the most profit. The data they have collected, along with the availability of resources, is shown in the table.