Stor. Assign. 3

Stor. Assign. 3 - E (1.5,.5)=.3 3. Decision variables: Let...

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1. A (0,0)=0 + 2(0)=0 B (0,10)=0 + 2(10)=20 C (12,7)=12 + 2(7)=26 (optimal value) D (18,3)=18 + 2(3)=24 E (20,0)=20 + 2(0)=20 2. Decision variables: Let A= apple banana juice, let M= mixed cereal Min. cost= A(.30) + M(.10) Subject to: A(60) + M(60)>=120 (calories) A(15) + M(10)>=25 (carbohydrates) A(1.2)+ M(0) >= .6 (% vitamin C) All variables>=0 (non-negativity) Extreme points: A (0,2)=.6 B (0,2.5)=.75 C (1,1)=.4 D (1.333,.5)=.283333 (optimal value)
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Unformatted text preview: E (1.5,.5)=.3 3. Decision variables: Let S= soldiers, let T= trains Max. profit= S(80) + T(55) Subject to: S(5) + T(2)<=249980 (board ft. of lumber) S(2) + T(4.5)<=150000 (hrs. of labor) S(4) + T(9)<=1200000 (price of labor) S<=48000 (max. number of soldiers) T>=15000 (min. number of trains) S(75) + T(65)>=5000 (number of extras from Lioness) All variables >=0 (non-negativity)...
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2011 for the course STOR 112 taught by Professor Rubin,david during the Fall '06 term at UNC.

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