Sample_Questions_from_Past_Exams_-_Partial_Answers_-_Part_II

Sample_Questions_from_Past_Exams_-_Partial_Answers_-_Part_II...

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LINEAR PROGRAMMING 1 A) 1.25 million Standard CDs that are being produced. B) ALL constraints are binding C) $9.5 new profit for Standard CDs.  The new profit is still within the range of optimality (0-13.5). So the change will not  change the optimal values, but it WILL change the optimal value of the solution. The  optimal profit changes by decreasing $1.25 million. D) $643,000 increase in profit 2 A) There are 3 decision variables       F= cans of fudge flavored frosting       M= cans of mocha flavored frosting       E= cans of espresso flavored frosting B) There are 7 constraints 1. must not use more than 90,000 cups of cream 2. must not use more than 40,000 cups of chocolate flavoring 3. must not use more than 45,000 cups of coffee flavoring 4. must make at least 20,000 cans of fudge frosting 5. must make at least 20,000 cans of mocha frosting
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