osaka_bay1

# osaka_bay1 - 180 100 \$B\$15 x1<= 40 Formula 20 \$B\$16...

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Microsoft Excel 10.1 Answer Report Worksheet: [Workbook1]Sheet1 Report Created: 3/10/2003 5:04:25 AM Target Cell (Max) Cell Name Original Value Final Value \$B\$10 300 x1 + 500 x2 60845371327 36000 Adjustable Cells Cell Name Original Value Final Value \$B\$5 x1 53687092.2 20 \$B\$6 x2 89478487.333 60 Constraints Cell Name Cell Value Formula Status Slack \$B\$14 3 x1 + 2 x2 <= 180 Formula 180 \$B\$14<=\$D\$14 Binding 0 \$B\$15 x1 <= 40 Formula 20 \$B\$15<=\$D\$15 Not Binding 20 \$B\$16 x2 <= 60 Formula 60 \$B\$16<=\$D\$16 Binding 0 \$B\$17 x1 >= 0 Formula 20 \$B\$17>=\$D\$17 Not Binding 20 \$B\$18 x2 >= 0 Formula 60 \$B\$18>=\$D\$18 Not Binding 60

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Microsoft Excel 10.1 Sensitivity Report Worksheet: [Workbook1]Sheet1 Report Created: 3/10/2003 5:04:26 AM Adjustable Cells Final Reduced Cell Name Value Gradient \$B\$5 x1 20 0 \$B\$6 x2 60 0 Constraints Final Lagrange Cell Name Value Multiplier \$B\$14 3 x1 + 2 x2 <= 180 Formula

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Unformatted text preview: 180 100 \$B\$15 x1 <= 40 Formula 20 \$B\$16 x2 <= 60 Formula 60 300 \$B\$17 x1 >= 0 Formula 20 \$B\$18 x2 >= 0 Formula 60 Microsoft Excel 10.1 Limits Report Worksheet: [Workbook1]Sheet1 Report Created: 3/10/2003 5:04:26 AM Target Cell Name Value \$B\$10 300 x1 + 500 x2 36000 Adjustable Lower Target Upper Target Cell Name Value Limit Result Limit Result \$B\$5 x1 20 30000 20 36000 \$B\$6 x2 60 1.33227E-015 6000 60 36000 Optimization Problem for Osaka Bay Decision Variables x1 20 Number of Ships Type 1 x2 60 Number of Ships Type 2 Objective Function 300 x1 + 500 x2 36000 Constraint Equations Formula 3 x1 + 2 x2 <= 180 180 <= 180 x1 <= 40 20 <= 40 x2 <= 60 60 <= 60 x1 >= 0 20 >= x2 >= 0 60 >=...
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