a. Set up the inequalities representing the baker's possible choices for baking the number of loaves of bread and muffins to use up his available resources (wheat and sugar).
b. If each loaf of bread is sold for $2.50, and each muffin is sold for $1.15, define an equation to represent the baker's profit function.
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