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Unformatted text preview: Input variables Ingredients (calories, fat) per serving, serving sizes, taste indexes, m Decision variables Daily servings of each dessert consumed Objective Total taste index Other calculated variables Daily ingredients consumed, daily grams consumed Daily constraints Daily ingredients consumed <= Maximum allowed grams>=Minimum max 37(85)x1+65(95)x2 subject to 120x1+160x2<=450 calory constraint 5x1+10x2<=25 weight constraint 37x1+65x2>=120 dessert weight constraint x1,x2>=0 nonnegativity constraints PLANNING DESSERTS Maggie Stewart loves desserts, but due to weight and cholesterol concersns, she has decided tha desserts carefully. There are two possible desserts she is considering: snack bars and ice cream. nutrition labels on the snack bar and ice cream packages, she learns that each "serving" of a snac and contains 120 calories and 5 grams of fat. Each serving of ice cream weights 65 grams and con 10 grams of fat. Maggie will allow herself no more than 450 caloires and 25 grams of fat in her dail10 grams of fat....
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- Spring '09