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Karel Zikan, a mountain climber, is preparing for a lengthy hike up a dangerous slope. He can carry up to 18 pounds in his knapsack. The volume he can carry is at most 15 units. There are 7 items he is considering to take on this trip: ropes, pitons, canteen, food, sweater, tent, and sleeping bag. (Karel will take at most one of each item.) For each item, Karel assigned a numerical value representing how essential it is: ropes pitons canteen food sweater tent sleeping bag weight 5 2 4 5 1 3 4 volume 4 1 2 2 1.5 2 8 eesentiality 3 3 2 1 1 2 3 (a). Formulate an Integer (binary) Program to help Karel decide which items to take. (b). Karel knows that he shouldn’t take the pitons unless he also takes the ropes (as they would be useless). (c). To prevent freezing at night Karel decides that he must take either a sweater or a tent or a sleeping bag (at least one of these three items). 1
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Covering problem: 7 neighbourhoods want to locate mailboxes so that each has at least one box that it considers “close”. There are 5 possible locations A,B,C,D,E.
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