3. Lab Week 3 Problem Solutions

# 3. Lab Week 3 Problem Solutions - Subject to 17.Wineco LP...

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Lab Week 3 Problem Solutions CHAPTER 4 APPLICATIONS OF LINEAR PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS 5. LAWN MOWER LP FORMULATION Decision Variables: The number of Push Type to make The number Self-Propelled Model to make. Maximize: z = Subject to 9. Gasoline LP Setup Decision variables: Proportion of fuel A10 used in the blending. Proportion of fuel B11 used in the blending, Proportion of fuel C12 used in the blending. Minimize z = Subject to

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15. Small Shop’s LP formulation Decision variables: The number of boxes of Trail Mix, The number of boxes of Subway Mix, The number of boxes of Dried Bananas, The number of boxes of Dried Apricots, the number of boxes of Coconut, The number of boxes of Pieces, Raisin, the number of boxes of Walnut Maximize: z =
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Unformatted text preview: Subject to 17.Wineco LP formulation Decision variables Number of gallons of wine used to make wine cooler, number of gallons of Apple used to make wine cooler, Number of gallons of grape used to make wine cooler Maximize: z = Subject to 19. Trim loss LP formulation Decision variables: a. number of 2 8-foot cuts, number of 2 10-foot cuts, number of 8-foot and 10-foot cuts, number of 8-foot and 12-foot cuts Minimize: z = Subject to “if you use “=” instead of “>=” it is also correct” b. Using previous notation, the amount of waste would be c. Using previous notation, the number of pieces for each size would be number of 8-foot pieces number of 10-foot pieces number of 12-foot pieces...
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3. Lab Week 3 Problem Solutions - Subject to 17.Wineco LP...

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