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UF-ESI-6314 DMOR-02-01.xmcd page 1 of 5 02-01. Model the following problem and display the optimal solution you obtain from Solver. You do not need to turn in your Excel files. We are trying to measure airplane fuel consumption, f , as a function of distance traveled, d , and cruising altitude, a . We have eight data points given as follows: i 1 8 .. := Observation i i := Observation 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 = f 1100 1420 1900 1840 2000 2300 2640 2850 := d 17 25 29 33 36 47 53 60 := a 22 22 35 34 30 35 39 41 := Part A: One engineer believes that we can write fuel consumption f as a linear function of distance and altitude, i.e., if we plan a flight with distance d and cruising altitude a , for some values p 1 and p 2
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