# Calculate the best revenue combination with time constraints

1 MRI scan takes 15 minutes to finish.

1 CT scan takes 10 minutes to finish.

The price for 1 MRI scan is $100.

The price for 1 CT scan is $90.

Should I combine these two scans within 8 hours or use only one type of scan? What would be the most lucrative combination in terms of money if the first is the case (let's assume costs are the same)?

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