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Unformatted text preview: ORIE 3300/5300 ASSIGNMENT 1 Fall 2010 Due: 3 p.m., Friday September 10. This assignment is individual work. Remember to submit your solution to each question (not Q1!) with a separate cover sheet from the Assignments section of Blackboard. 1. Read pages 1–11 of the AMPL book. 2. The Student Edition of AMPL includes a MODELS folder containing many useful models (or go to http://ampl.com/BOOK/EXAMPLES ). Read through the file prod.mod : this question asks you to use this model to solve a particular linear programming problem. The Andy Dickey Finger Lakes winery produces three kinds of wine: little red, Big Red, and its signature wine, Andy Dickey White. It can produce 90 bottles of little red per hour at a profit of $3 per bottle; 80 bottles of Big Red per hour at a profit of $4 per bottle; or 60 bottles of A.D. White per hour at a profit of $5 per bottle. It can sell up to 400 bottles of little red each day; up to 300 of Big Red each day; and up to 200 of A.D. White each day. The winery wants to maximize profit.to 200 of A....
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