Rylon Corporation manufactures *Brute* and *Chanelle*
perfumes. Raw material costs $3 per pound. Processing a pound of
raw material takes one hour of laboratory time, and yields 3 ounces of
Regular Brute *and* 4 ounces of Regular Chanelle perfume.

Regular Brute can be sold for $7/ounce and Regular Chanelle can be sold for $6/ounce.

Rylon has the option of further processing Regular Brute perfume to produce Luxury Brute perfume, selling for $18/ounce. Each ounce of Regular Brute processed requires additional 3 hours of laboratory time and yields one ounce of Luxury Brute at a cost of $4.

They can also process Regular Chanelle into Luxury Chanelle. Processing an ounce of Regular Chanelle requires 2 additional hours of lab time and yields one ounce of Luxury Chanelle, again at a cost $4. Luxury Chanelle sells for $14/ounce.

Rylon has 4000 pounds of raw material on hand, and 6000 hours of lab time available. How can they maximize their profit?