Chapter 6 Homework

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3 >> Develop a network representation of this problem Develop a linear programming model that can be used to determine the plan that will minimize total distributi Describe the distribution plan and show the total distribution cost Recent residential and industrial growth in butler county has the potential for increasing demand by as much a 4 >> What is the optimal policy for the fish farms? How many red and blue fish should be produced in Michigan an What is the minimum shipping cost that can be incurred and still meet demand requirements at retailers 1, 2 an How much should Goldfish be willing to invest to enable the Texas farm to produce both red and blue Glow F 7 >> If there are no restrictions on the amount of power that can be supplied by any of the power plats what is the o If at most 4000 MW of power can be supplied by any one of the power plants hat is the optimal solution? Wha 11 >> Develop a network representation of this problem Formulate a linear programming model of the problem solve the linear program to determine the optimal shipping plan 24 >> Find the shortest route from German's foie to the contribution site if the objective is to minimize travel time ra 29 >> Can the highway system accommodate a north-south flow of 10,000 vehicles per hour?

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ion costs as 100 units. Which supplier should Recount contract with tot supply the additional capacity nd shipped to each retailer? How many blue fish should be produced in Texan and shipped to each retailer? nd 3 Fish while maintaining the maximum of 600,000 total fish produce at the Texas farm optimal solution to this problem? Which cities should be supplied by which power plants? What is the total annual power at is the annual increase in power distribution cost that results from adding these constraints in the original formulation? ather than distance
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Microsoft Excel 15.0 Sensitivity Report Worksheet: [Chapter 6 Homework.xlsx]3 Report Created: 3/18/2016 5:23:19 PM Variable Cells Final Reduced Objective Allowable Allowable Cell Name Value Cost Coefficient Increase Decrease \$C\$22 Southern Hamilton 200 0 10 7 1 \$D\$22 Southern Butler 0 7 20 1.00E+030 7 \$E\$22 Southern Clermont 300 0 15 1 1.00E+030 \$C\$23 Northwest Hamilton 200 0 12 1 7 \$D\$23 Northwest Butler 200 0 15 7 1.00E+030 \$E\$23 Northwest Clermont 0 1 18 1.00E+030 1 Constraints Final Shadow Constraint Allowable Allowable Cell Name Value Price R.H. Side Increase Decrease \$C\$24 Hamilton 400 10 400 0 200 \$D\$24 Butler 200 13 200 0 200 \$E\$24 Clermont 300 15 300 0 300 \$F\$22 Southern 500 0 500 0 1.00E+030 \$F\$23 Northwest 400 2 400 200 0
Microsoft Excel 15.0 Sensitivity Report Worksheet: [Chapter 6 Homework.xlsx]3 Report Created: 3/18/2016 5:43:04 PM Variable Cells Final Reduced Objective Allowable Allowable Cell Name Value Cost Coefficient Increase Decrease \$C\$41 Southern Hamilton 300 0 10 2 1 \$D\$41 Southern Butler 0 7 20 1.00E+030 7 \$E\$41 Southern Clermont 300 0 15 1 1.00E+030 \$C\$42 Northwest Hamilton 100 0 12 1 2 \$D\$42 Northwest Butler 300 0 15 7 1.00E+030 \$E\$42 Northwest Clermont 0 1 18 1.00E+030 1 Constraints Final Shadow Constraint Allowable Allowable Cell Name Value Price R.H. Side Increase Decrease \$C\$43 Hamilton 400 12 400 100 100 \$D\$43 Butler 300 15 300 100

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