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Unformatted text preview: Similarly for A2, A3, B2, and B3. Max. profit= A1(77 - 58) + A2(47 – 14.5) + A3(47 – 29) + B2(39) + B3(49) Subject to: A1 + A2 + A3 <=20 (number trucks available) A1(2) + A2(.5) + A3(1) <=120 (number hours available for trucks) B2 + B3 <=500 (number of calls per month that MM can take) B2 >= B3(2) A1(3) <=A2 + A3 all variables >=0 (non-negativity) 3. Decision variables: Let x1 be a binary variable where we open a cart a Nassau St. (x1=1, or we don’t (x1=0). Similarly for x2, x3, x4, and x5. Min. cost=x1(1500) + x2(2200) + x3(2900) + x4(1600) + x5(1200). Subject to: x2 + x3 >=1 (site A distance) x2 + x4 >=1 (site B distance) x1 + x5 >=1 (site C distance) x4 =1 (site D distance) all variables binary...
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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.
- Fall '06