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Unformatted text preview: Example: Decision Variables I Variables I X 1 = quantity of Wavy-Heaven to be produced (in pounds) I X; = quantity of Choco-Marsh to be produced (in pounds) Example: Objective Function I Objective function I Maximize the total proﬁt, where the proﬁt from a pound of Wavy— Heaven is \$0.40 and the proﬁt from a pound of Choco-Marsh is \$0.30 I Maximize Z = 0.40 X1+ 0.30 X2 Example: Constraints I Material availability I Chocolate 20 pounds I Marshmallows 5 pounds I Graham crackers 21 pounds I Material requirements (for each pound of ice—cream) I Wavy- Heaven 2/5 chocolate, 0 marshmallows, 3/5 crackers I Choco— Marsh 1/2 chocolate, 1/5 marshmallows, 3/10 crackers I (Any unused material will be discarded due to spoilage) ...
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