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Unformatted text preview: cribed as % and they must total to 100%) B .3 .06B + .1S .075 B, S 0 2. E = number of eggs; B = number of bacon strips; C = cups of cereal MIN .04E + .03B + .02C ST 2E + 4B + C 16 3E + 2B + C 12 E, B, C 0 3. B = batches of apple butter S = batches of apple sauce J = batches of apple jelly MAX 190B + 170S + 155J ST 3.5B + 5.2S + 2.8J 500 1.2B + 0.8S + 1.5J 240 40B + 55S + 20J 6500 B, S, J 0 4. M1 = hours spent on M100 machine M2 = hours spent on M200 machine MAX 160M1 + 345M2 ST M1 15 M2 10 40M1 + 50M2 1000 M1, M2 5 Calculations: For variable M1, revenue is $450 (i.e.$18 per case*25 cases per hour). Material cost is $240 (i.e.6*40) and operating cost is $50 per hour. So, profit per hour for M1 = 450 – (240 + 50) = $160 5. Y = gallons of Yodel; S = gallons of Shotz; R = gallons of Rainwater MAX 1.5Y + 1.6S + 1.25R ST 1.5Y + .9S + .5R 2000 Y 400 S 500 R 300 Y + S + R = 1000 Y, S, R 0 6. C = number of chairs to produce next quarter D = number of desks to produce n...
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This test prep was uploaded on 02/16/2014 for the course COB 291 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at James Madison University.

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