The mountainous country of East Matrix can grow only two crops for export, coffee and cocoa. The country has 500,000 hectares of land available for crops. Long-term contracts require that at least 100,000 hectares be devoted to coffee and at least 200,000 hectares to cocoa. Cocoa must processed locally, and production bottlenecks limit cocoa to 270,000 hectares. Coffee requires two workers per hectare, with cocoa requiring five. No more than 1,750,000 people are available for working with these crops. Coffee produces a profit of $220 per hectare and cocoa a profit of $550 per hectare.
1. a) Set-up the chart that organizes the above information.
2. b) From the chart, state the inequalities that describe the information.