# Hw4 - Linear Programming Homework STOR 112 70 points...

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Linear Programming Homework STOR 112 70 points written work + 30 points computer work 1. (35 points) Giapetto, Inc., sells wooden soldiers and toy trains. Each soldier produced requires 5 board feet of lumber and 2 hours of labor, while each train requires 2 board feet of lumber and 4.5 hours of labor. Giapetto’s lumberyard can supply up to 249,980 board feet of lumber per month at a cost of \$2 per board foot. His workers earn an hourly wage of \$8, and at most 150,000 hours of labor are available each month. He sells soldiers for \$80 each and the market will take up to 48,000 soldiers per month. He can sell as many trains as he can make at a price of \$55 apiece, and he has decided that to keep potential customers happy, he must provide at least 15,000 trains per month. In addition to producing trains and soldiers himself, Giapetto can buy from an outside supplier, Lioness, extra soldiers at \$75 each and extra trains at \$65 each. To keep his contract with Lioness, he must purchase at least 5000

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