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Homework 1 (Assigned: Monday, Sept 13, Due: Monday, Sept 20) 1. Exercises 1.1, Problem 11 A company has $36,000 to hire a mathematician and his/her secretary. Out of respect for the mathematician’s training, the mathematician will be paid $8000 more than the secretary. How much will each be paid? (Use two variables to formulate equations.) (Note: Read Example 2, Example 4, Section 1.1) 2. Exercises 1.1, Problem 22 Suppose that factory A produces 12 tables and 6 chairs an hour while factory B produces 8 tables and 4 chairs an hour. How many hours should each factory work to produce 48 tables and 24 chairs? How many different integer solutions are there to this problem? 3. Exercises 1.2, Problem 4 Consider the following oil refinery model. The table gives the production of Heating oil, Diesel oil and Gasoline in gallons from 1 barrel of crude petroleum for each of the 3 refineries. Table also shows the demand for each product. Refinery 1
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course AMS 210 taught by Professor Fried during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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Homework 1 - Homework 1 (Assigned: Monday, Sept 13, Due:...

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