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Problem Case 1 PRODUCT MIX
TJ's, Inc., makes three nut mixes for sale to grocery chains located in the Southeast. The three mixes, referred to as the Regular Mix, the Deluxe Mix, and the Holiday Mix, are made by mixing different percentages of five types of nuts. In preparation for the fall season, TJ's has just purchased the following shipments of nuts at the prices shown:
Q pe of Nut Almond Brazil Filbert Pecan Walnut
Shipment Amount (pounds)
6000 7500 7500 6000 7500
Cost per Shipment ($)
7500 6750 7125 7200 7875
Chapter 3
Linear Programming: Sensitivity Anabsk and Interpretationof Solution
The Regular Mix consists of 15% almonds, 25% Brazil nuts, 25% filberts, 10% pecans, 25% walnuts. The Deluxe Mix consists of 20% of each type of nut, and the Holiday consists of 25% almonds, 15% Brazil nuts, 15% filberts, 25% pecans, and 20% walnuts
Customer orders already received are summarized here:
Q pe of Mix Regular Deluxe
Orders (pounds)
Because demand is ru can be satisfied.

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