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# Homework 1 Solution - Homework 1 Solution Problem 40 Define...

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Unformatted text preview: Homework 1 Solution Problem 40 Define: number of units of A produced. number of units of B produced. number of units of raw materials purchased. number of units of raw materials produced. Note that producing a unit of B requires 2 hrs of assembly 1, 2 hrs of assembly 2 and 3 units of raw materials. Max s.t. , , . Problem 53 Define the amount of white meat used in producing cutlet 1. the amount of dark meat used in producing cutlet 1. the amount of white meat used in producing cutlet 2. the amount of dark meat used in producing cutlet 2. : the number of type 1 turkey purchased. : the number of type 2 turkey purchased. Max s.t. , (Limitation on cutlet 1). , (Limitation on cutlet 2). , (white meat) , (dark meat) , (percentage of white meat) , (percentage of dark meat) All variables are nonnegative. Problem 62 Define : the amount of crude oil 1 purchased. : the amount of crude oil 2 purchased. : the amount of distilled 1 produced. : the amount of distilled 2 produced. : the amount of gasoline produced from naphtha. : the amount of jet fuel produced from naphtha. : amount of distilled 1 cracked. : amount of distilled 2 cracked. : amount of crack 1 used in producing gasoline. : amount of crack 1 used in producing jet fuel. : amount of crack 2 used in producing gasoline. : amount of crack 2 used in producing jet fuel. Max (Crude oil 1 capacity) (Crude oil 2 capacity) (capacity of distill) (distilled 1) (distilled 2) (Naphtha) , (capacity on crack) , (capacity on crack) (capacity on crack) , (crack process) , (crack process) (octane level for heating oil) (octane level for gasoline oil) (octane level for gasoline oil) (market constraint) (market constraint) (market constraint) All decision variables are nonnegative. ...
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## This note was uploaded on 03/14/2012 for the course IEOR 160 taught by Professor Hochbaum during the Fall '07 term at Berkeley.

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