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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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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course ISE 2404 taught by Professor Bish during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.
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