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Unformatted text preview: C1+C2+C3+C4<=145 (supply of C) A1+B1+C1 >=100 (demand of 1) A2+B2+C2 >=90 (demand of 2) A3+B3+C3 >=70 (demand of 3) A4+B4+C4>=110 (demand of 4) All variables >=0 (nonnegativity). 3. Decision variables: Let A1 be the # of computer chips shipped from Germany to the Germany. Similarly for A2, B1, C1, and C2. Min. cost= A1(.16) + A2(.22) + B1(.18) + C1(.4) + C2(.1). Subject to: A1 + A2<=2000 (supply of A) B1<=2500 (supply of B) C1 + C2<=2200 (supply of C) A1+B1+C1>=2600 (demand of 1) A2+C2>=3500 (demand of 2) A1>=1000 (min. shipping from Germany to Germany) C2>=1100 (min. shipping from USA to USA) B1>=A1(2) (how much Germany must buy from Korea) All variables >=0 (nonnegativity)...
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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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 RUBIN,David

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