PS 6.pdf - IE 202 PS 6 5.1A Q6 5.2A Q5 5.3B Q3 In the transportation problem in the following table the total demand exceeds the total supply Assume the

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IE 202 - PS 6 5.1A: Q6 5.2A: Q5 5.3B. Q3 In the transportation problem in the following table, the total demand exceeds the total supply. Assume the demand at destination 1 must be satisfied completely. Penalty costs per unit of unsatisfied demand are \$5, \$3 for destinations 2 and 3, respectively. Use the least-cost starting solution, and compute the iterations leading to optimum solution. \$5 \$1 \$7 10 \$6 \$4 \$6 20 \$3 \$2 \$5 15 15 20 50
5.3B. Q4 22.1D: Q1 GAMS Example: We are given the supplies at several plants and the demands at several markets for a single commodity, and we are given the unit costs of shipping the commodity from plants to markets. The economic question is: how much

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