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Unformatted text preview: LP Modeling Model 10: Detergent Production Model 9: Investing Over Time Math 407A: Linear Optimization Lecture 3: LP Modeling Math Dept, University of Washington Lecture 3: LP Modeling: Math 407A: Linear Optimization Math Dept, University of Washington LP Modeling Model 10: Detergent Production Model 9: Investing Over Time LP Modeling Model 10: Detergent Production Model 9: Investing Over Time Lecture 3: LP Modeling: Math 407A: Linear Optimization Math Dept, University of Washington LP Modeling Model 10: Detergent Production Model 9: Investing Over Time LP Modeling The four basic steps of LP modeling. Lecture 3: LP Modeling: Math 407A: Linear Optimization Math Dept, University of Washington LP Modeling Model 10: Detergent Production Model 9: Investing Over Time LP Modeling The four basic steps of LP modeling. 1. Identify and label the decision variables . Lecture 3: LP Modeling: Math 407A: Linear Optimization Math Dept, University of Washington LP Modeling Model 10: Detergent Production Model 9: Investing Over Time LP Modeling The four basic steps of LP modeling. 1. Identify and label the decision variables . 2. Determine the objective and use the decision variables to write an expression for the objective function . Lecture 3: LP Modeling: Math 407A: Linear Optimization Math Dept, University of Washington LP Modeling Model 10: Detergent Production Model 9: Investing Over Time LP Modeling The four basic steps of LP modeling. 1. Identify and label the decision variables . 2. Determine the objective and use the decision variables to write an expression for the objective function . 3. Determine the explicit constraints and write a functional expression for each of them. Lecture 3: LP Modeling: Math 407A: Linear Optimization Math Dept, University of Washington LP Modeling Model 10: Detergent Production Model 9: Investing Over Time LP Modeling The four basic steps of LP modeling. 1. Identify and label the decision variables . 2. Determine the objective and use the decision variables to write an expression for the objective function . 3. Determine the explicit constraints and write a functional expression for each of them. 4. Determine the implicit constraints . Lecture 3: LP Modeling: Math 407A: Linear Optimization Math Dept, University of Washington LP Modeling Model 10: Detergent Production Model 9: Investing Over Time Model 10: Detergent Production The Rosseral Company is a small detergent manufacturing company. It is one of several companies that produce a new, nonpolluting washday whitener called NPW. Rosseral can sell NPW to other detergent manufacturers for $0.80 per gallon. Rosseral itself manufactures detergent that uses NPW. This NPW can be purchased outside for $1.20 per gallon (shipping and handling charges have been added) or be obtained from Rosserals own production. Each gallon of detergent produced requires .1 gallon of NPW. Production costs for NPW and detergent are respectively $0.50 and $0.60 per gallon. For the detergent production this cost does not include any cost for the .1 gallon of NPWproduction this cost does not include any cost for the ....
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This note was uploaded on 07/05/2010 for the course MTH 407 taught by Professor Burke during the Summer '10 term at University of Washington.
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