Berlin airdrop - Berlin airdrop By Nathan Sullivan Within...

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Berlin airdrop By Nathan Sullivan Within this problem the reader is faced with finding how to get food and supplies into a blocked allied base. Both the British and the Americans are working to get these things to those people that are trapped. There are only 44 planes that can be used a day along $280,000 to send the planes also a grand total of 640 crew members that can be used to under take this. One American plane needs 20 crewmembers, uses $2,000 and can hold a total of 30,000 cubic feet of cargo. A single British plane holds 20,000 cubic feet of cargo cost’s $8,000 to run and needs 10 crewmen. With this given information the reader must now use graphs to find the best rage that can use an equal number of both planes. The first thing that the reader must do is put all of the information together with the things that they apply to. U.S.A Brittan Total available Cost $2,000 $8,000 $280,000 Crew 20 10 640 By using the U.S as the (x) for the equation and the Brittan’s as the (y) the reader will
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