L9-W4L1-160s10-linearprogramming2

L9-W4L1-160s10-linearprogramming2 - Linear Programming...

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Unformatted text preview: Linear Programming example: problem setup A truck traveling from New York to Baltimore is to be loaded with two types of cargo. Each crate of cargo A is 5 cubic feet in volume, weighs 100 pounds, and earns $12 for the driver. Each crate of cargo B is 3 cubic feet in volume, weighs 25 pounds, and earns $7 for the driver. The truck can carry no more than 300 cubic feet of crates and no more than 1,000 pounds (half-ton pickup truck). Also, the number of crates of cargo B must be less than or equal to twice the number of crates of cargo A. Linear Programming example: problem setup A truck traveling from New York to Baltimore is to be loaded with two types of cargo. Each crate of cargo A is 5 cubic feet in volume, weighs 100 pounds, and earns $12 for the driver. Each crate of cargo B is 3 cubic feet in volume, weighs 25 pounds, and earns $7 for the driver. The truck can carry no more than 300 cubic feet of crates and no more than 1,000 pounds (half-ton pickup truck). Also, the number of crates of cargo B must be less than or equal to twice the number of crates of cargo A. Setup the linear programming problem to maximize the drivers earnings. Linear Programming example: problem setup A truck traveling from New York to Baltimore is to be loaded with two types of cargo. Each crate of cargo A is 5 cubic feet in volume, weighs 100 pounds, and earns $12 for the driver. Each crate of cargo B is 3 cubic feet in volume, weighs 25 pounds, and earns $7 for the driver. The truck can carry no more than 300 cubic feet of crates and no more than 1,000 pounds (half-ton pickup truck). Also, the number of crates of cargo B must be less than or equal to twice the number of crates of cargo A....
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L9-W4L1-160s10-linearprogramming2 - Linear Programming...

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