Southside Company produces three types of baseball gloves: child, teen, and adult. The gloves are…

Southside Company produces three types of baseball gloves: child, teen, and adult. The gloves are produced in separate departments and sent to the quality testing department before being packaged and shipped. A machine-hour bottleneck has been identified in the quality testing department. Southside would like to optimize its use of machine hours by producing the two most profitable gloves. The machine hours required for each glove follow:                  

Child Glove 0.25 machine hours; price $15; variable cost $4 Teen Glove 0.52 machine hours; price $18; variable cost $8   Adult glove 0.46 machine hours; price $36; avriable cost $15

Which glove would Southside prefer NOT to produce and sell to optimize the use of machine hours? Enter 1 for child; 2 for teen; and 3 for adult

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