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# Homework 2 - ij – x ij[inventory = number of trucks...

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DOR# 182 ISE 2404 Homework 2 Pp 47 Question 1 110201131215 110201130113 10 - - 1 101130113 10 - - 1 101130000 x 1 = x 3 – 1 x 2 = 3 – x 3 Pp 47 Question 2 03102101 21010310 1120120310 10 - 16120310 10 - 161201130 i = - 161210 Pp 47 Question 4 233111122 122111122 111122000

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111011000 100011000 x 1 = 0 x 2 = 1 Pp 36 Question 1 101121222 101020020 101010000 Rank A = 2 < 3 The vectors are linearly dependent
Pp 117 Question 27 x ij = number of truck i sold in year j p ij = number of truck i produced in year j y ij = number of truck i inventoried in year j MAX z = 20,000 Σx 2j + 17,000 Σx 2j – 15,000 Σp 1j – 14,000 Σp 2j – 2,000 Σy ij s.t. p 1j + p 2j ≤ 320 [number of trucks produced each year must be ≤ 320] y ij = p
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Unformatted text preview: ij – x ij [inventory = number of trucks produced – number of trucks sold] x 11 ≤ 100 [demand for type 1 in year 1 is ≤ 100] x 12 ≤ 200 [demand for type 1 in year 2 is ≤ 200] x 13 ≤ 300 [demand for type 1 in year 3 is ≤ 300] y 21 ≤ 200 [demand for type 2 in year 1 is ≤ 200] y 22 ≤ 100 [demand for type 2 in year 2 is ≤ 100] y 23 ≤ 150 [demand for type 2 in year 3 is ≤ 150] (15Σp 1j + 5Σp 2j )/Σp ij ≤ 10 [average grams of pollution per truck must be ≤ 10] 6. The limiting number of variables for a linear program using the Excel Solver is 200....
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