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Unformatted text preview: UF-ESI-63149/3/2007page 1 of 301-06.Write a linear programming problem to solve the following problem. I only need to see themathematical programming formulation (although you may wish to implement and solve via Excel toensure that your model makes sense).You own a paint store with:100 cans of blue, 300 cans of red, 400 cans of yellowWe have orders from the following universities for new paint jobs. Each university specifies theamount of paint they need, and how much they are willing to pay. (Partial orders can be filled ifdesired.) (Note that orange is equal parts red and yellow, and green is equal parts blue and yellow,and that's why UF is interested in red and blue.) UF: 80 cans of blue, 50 cans of red, 50 cans of yellow Offer is $400FSU: 0 cans of blue, 90 cans of red, 90 cans of yellowOffer is $350UCF: 0 cans of blue, 0 cans of red, 100 cans of yellowOffer is $200USF: 70 cans of blue, 0 cans of red, 70 cans of yellowOffer is $250Miami: 50 cans of blue, 50 cans of red, 100 cans of yellow...
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2010 for the course ESI 6314 taught by Professor Vladimirlboginski during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.
- Fall '09