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HW #7 - Fahad Saleh Question#5 Analysis Goldilocks should...

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Fahad Saleh Question #5 Analysis: Goldilocks should spend 4.5 days in mine #1 and 3 days in mine #2. This would minimize the objective function to 7.5 days while satisfying all constraints.
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Fahad Saleh Question #6 Analysis: Feed Co. should purchase 1000 lbs of wheat and 750 lbs of alfalfa to produce 1250 lbs of feed #1 and 550 lbs of feed #2. Feed #1 should be composed 80% of wheat and 20% of alfalfa while feed #2 should be composed entirely of alfalfa. This would fill the constraints and maximize Feed Co.’s profit at $1770.
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Fahad Saleh Question #7 Analysis: Brady Corporation should purchase 27752 cubic feet of Grade 1 lumber, 39528 cubic feet of Grade 2 lumber and cut down 43748 cubic feet of logs. This would satisfy all constraints and minimize cost at $1,009,679.60. PLEASE SEE: The question is phrased awkwardly, so please pay close attention to my process (especially with respect to process #3 involving the log). I have interpreted the problem literally rather than intuitively. For example, the problem states, “Brady incurs costs of $4 per cu ft of lumber dried” and “a log yields 0.8 cu ft of lumber” (the log is cut
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