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Unformatted text preview: as the acceptable region. Then graph the first constraint. (x 2 =60x1) Since we are minimizing overutilization, we consider the area to the left as the acceptable region. Since the two regions do not overlap, we choose a point in the first region that is closest to the second: x 1 =80, x 2 =0. Thus, u 2 =0,v 1 =200. d. Even though this changes the priorities, the acceptable regions would still be the same; however we would choose a point from constraint one’s region that is closest to the other acceptable region: x 1 =60, x 2 =0. Thus, v 1 =0, u 2 =20. 9. Note: Profit is a hard constraint. S=1.1, T=7.02, v 1 =0, u 2 =0, u 3 =2.98, u 4 =7.90 13....
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 Spring '05
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 Leftwing politics, Region, Mathematical optimization, Constraint, The Profit, acceptable region

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