Copy of p355 prob 29

# Copy of p355 prob 29 - d per 1 per 2 Value of CHANGE 10 5...

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a Rows 2 and 3 the value of increasing the dollars available to invest, .19 in period 1 .9846 Rows 4 through 8, the value of increasing investment in projects. The real-life problem he b A profit of \$5 means a decrease of\$8. The allowable decrease is 7.9514. The solution ch c x2 x4 Value of decrease 4 3.5 Allowable decrease 9.12 12.06 fraction decrease 0.44 0.29 0.73 total of fraction decrease this is less than 1 so the solution

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Unformatted text preview: d per 1 per 2 Value of CHANGE 10 5 Allowable RANGE 38.26 8.85 fraction CHANGE 0.26 0.57 0.83 total of fraction change this is less than 1 so the solution Change-3.02 profit goes down 44 in period 2 ere is that you usually cannot go above 1 for a project, unless you can physically expand the projec hanges. n does not change n does not change and we can use the duals ct...
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