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Unformatted text preview: semester. Year Cum. Demand Utility of taking 0, 1, or 2 incredibly difficult subjects in that term 0 1 2 Fall 2002 0 10 7 4 Spring 2003 2 10 8 6 Fall 2003 2 10 8 6 Spring 2004 4 10 8 6 Fall 2004 4 10 7 4 Spring 2005 7 10 5 1 Let f(j, term) be the maximum utility solution starting with j difficult courses taken at the beginning of term j. Thus f(7, Spring 2005) = 10 f(6, Spring 2005) = 5 f(5, Spring 2004) = 1 Compute f(j, Fall 2004) for j = 4, 5, 6, 7. Compute f(4, Spring 2003). Please show your work. Show how to computer f(2, Fall 2002) in terms of values calculated for f(j, Spring 2003). 3. Widgetco produces widgets at plant 1 and plant 2. It costs 20 x 1/2 to produce x units at plant 1 and it costs 40 x 1/3 to produce x units at plant 2. Each plant can produce up to 70 units. Each unit produced can be sold for $10. At most 120 widgets can be sold. Formulate as an NLP the problem of maximizing profit....
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2011 for the course BUS 15.053 taught by Professor Prof.jamesorlin during the Spring '05 term at MIT.
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