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Linear Programming Models Solutions to the MPI assignment Students' ID Series Number 24 Solutions Problem 1 Problem 2 £12,677.78 Problem 3 £3.24 Problem 4 Problem 5 $1,355,000 Problem 6 Problem 7 Problem 8 Problem 9 Problem 10 1151804
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# High-grade #low-grade 3.3333333333 52.222222222 Wool Used 35 20 1161.111111<= 2000 £6.00 £6,966.67 Nylon Used 10 30 1600<= 1600 £3.00 £4,800.00 Labour Used 35 15 900<= 900 £5.00 £4,500.00 £850.00 £500.00 £28,944.44 £16,266.67 total profit £12,677.78 X1: number of High-Grade carpet produced X2: number of low-Grade carpet produced Resources used Resources available Cost of resrouces per unit Total cost of resouce Price per unit Resource Avaiable Number of Carpet produced Total Cost of Resouce Total Revenue of products sold
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SupplementI Supplement II 0.380952381 0.8571428571 Vitamin 1 15 30 31.4285714>= 30 Vitamin 2 35 15 26.1904762 >= 20 Vitamin 3 30 10 20>= 20 Vitamin 4 30 45 50>= 50 £0.04 £0.02 £4 £2 £3.24 1 100gram 100 X1: Number of Supplement I produced
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2011 for the course ECONOMICS 30112 taught by Professor Ahfdka during the Spring '11 term at Coventry.

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