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mat_or_winqsb_introduction-linear - wants to maximize his...

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Winqsb Example 1. A furniture maker has 6 units of wood and 28 h of free time in which he will make decorative screens. Two models have sold well in the past, so he will restrict himself to those two. He estimates that model A requires 2 units of wood and 7 h of time, while model B requires 1 unit of wood and 8 h of time. The prices of the models are $120 and $80 respectively. Model this problem as a linear programming problem if the furniture maker
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Unformatted text preview: wants to maximize his sales revenue. The decision variables: 1 x- number of model A to be produced 2 x- number of model B to be produced The (ILP) model: ) 80 120 max( 2 1 x x + 6 2 2 1 + x x 28 8 7 2 1 + x x , 2 1 x x Linear and Integer Programming File New problem Data loading: Solve and Analyze Graphic method...
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2011 for the course MGT 603 taught by Professor Jackshennan during the Spring '11 term at University of Michigan.

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