COP4355 quiz 2 - 2.3 Which of the following is not an...

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Solutions Manual and Workbook 237 Appendix B: Practice/Homework Quizzes Chapter 2 Quiz 2.1. A manager must decide on the mix of products to produce for the coming week. Product A requires four minutes per unit for molding, four minutes per unit for sanding, and two minutes for packaging. Product B requires three minutes each in the three departments and Product C requires three minutes in molding, two minutes in sanding, and three minutes in packaging. There will be 400 minutes in molding, 500 minutes in sanding, and 500 minutes in packaging. Product A has a per unit profit of $3, Product B $2, and Product C $1.50. Formulate a linear program for this problem. 2.2. For the products A, B, C, and D, which of the following could be a linear programming objective function? a. Z = 1A + 2B + 3C + 4D b. Z = 1A + 2BC - 3D c. Z = 1A + 2AB + 3ABC + 4ABCD d. all of the above
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Unformatted text preview: 2.3. Which of the following is not an assumption for the use of linear programming models? a. Linearity b. Exponentiality c. Divisibility d. Certainty e. Nonnegativity 2.4. A small firm makes three products that follow the same three step manufacturing process: milling, routing, and sanding. Product A requires thirty minutes in milling, forty-five minutes in routing, and one hour in sanding. Product B requires forty minutes in milling, one hour in routing, and one and a half hours in sanding. Product C requires one hour and ten minutes in milling, two hours in routing, and two hours in sanding. Available capacities in the three departments are 300 hours in milling, 200 hours in routing, and 300 hours in sanding. Profit contributions for the three products are $25 for A; $22 for B; and $30 for C. Formulate a linear program for this problem....
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