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Unformatted text preview: UF-ESI-63149/3/2007page 1 of 401-03.Reconsider Question 1, with the following twist. Please turn in the linear programmingformulation for this problem, along with the solution in Solver.Suppose that we are planning for two weeks. Each week, we have 400 hours of labor and 1000 unitsof lumber as raw materials. In week two, we can take whatever worktables that we produce in weekone and put up to five of them in our shop instead of selling them. We lose the profit from sellingtables, but make the shop more efficient: each table essentially increases available labor by 40hours per week (there's more space to work, and so we can be more productive). Formulate a modelfor this new problem to determine how many bookshelves, couches, and worktables to produceeach week, how many worktables should be sold after week 1, and how many worktables producedin week 1 should be reinvested in the company in week 2....
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