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HWK1 Solutions

# HWK1 Solutions - = \$1,000,000 Chapter 2 2.1 a b and e are...

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Homework Set 1 Solutions to Odd Problems Chapter 1 1.9 If a = 3, x = 13 1/3 and profit = 133 If a = 4, x = 10 and profit = 100 If a = 5, x = 8 and profit = 80 If a = 6, x = 6 2/3 and profit = 67 Since a is unknown, the actual values of x and profit are not known with certainty. 1.5. a. Profit = 100,000 x - (1,500,000 + 50,000 x ) = 0 50,000 x = 1,500,000 x = 30 b. Build the luxury boxes. Profit = 100,000 (50) - (1,500,000 + 50,000 (50))
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Unformatted text preview: = \$1,000,000 Chapter 2 2.1. a, b, and e, are acceptable linear programming relationships. c is not acceptable because of -2 2 2 x d is not acceptable because of 3 1 x f is not acceptable because of 1 x 1 x 2 c, d, and f could not be found in a linear programming model because they have the above nonlinear terms....
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