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16 apply to this information management scientist

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Questions 34-37 apply to this information Management Scientist output for the Quantum Mo- Botics model is below. The company makes three types of machines and has limitations with regards to the amount of skilled and unskilled labor hours available and time on the assembly line. MAX 800SemiAuto+1000Robotic + 500Manual s.t. . 30SemiAuto + 100Robotic + 45Manual <=4500 100SemiAuto + 70Robotic + 90Manual <=9000 15SemiAuto + 20Robotic + 10Manual <=2000 OPTIMAL SOLUTION Objective Function Value = 82025.316 Variable Value Reduced Costs SemiAuto 74.051 0.000 Robotic 22.785 0.000 Manual 0.000 320.253 Constraint Slack/Surplus Dual Prices Skilled labor 0.000 5.570 Unskilled labor 0.000 6.329 Assembly line 433.544 0.000 OBJECTIVE COEFFICIENT RANGES Variable Lower Limit Current Value Upper Limit SemiAuto 367.521 800.000 1428.571 Robotic 560.000 1000.000 2666.667 Manual No Lower Limit 500.000 820.253 RIGHT HAND SIDE RANGES Constraint Lower Limit Current Value Upper Limit Skilled labor 2700.000 4500.000 8105.263 Unskilled labor 3150.000 9000.000 12805.556 Assembly line 1566.456 2000.000 No Upper Limit 17
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34. Answer the following question using the Management Scientist output above, determine the new objective function value if the profit on the second variable, Robotic, increases by $1000? A. $22,785. B. $19,125.64 C. $33,800.00 D. $102,805.32 E. $104,810.32 35. Answer the following question using the Management Scientist output above. Keeping within the confines of the problem, you are required to hire a full time (40 hours) person who is qualified to work in any department. Select the constraint where you will gain the most profit and determine the additional profit to be gained? A. $253.16 B. $222.80 C. $341.00 D. $129.50 E. $119.50 36. Answer the following question using the Management Scientist output above. Keeping within the confines of the problem, how many more hours of skilled workers could you add to the department? A. 2875.33 B. 1280.56 C. 1550.56 D. 3805.56 E. 3605.26 37. Using the Management Scientist output above, how much is each additional unit of unskilled labor worth? A. $74.500 B. $22.790 C. $5.570 D. $6.329 E. $3.250 18
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38. An ice cream plant make’s Chocolate and Strawberry ice cream. They get $40 for a case of Chocolate and $32 for a case of strawberry. It also has the follow constraints: 32C + 8S <= 4,800 Flavoring 28C + 32S <= 14,000 Coloring a. What is the optimal solution? b. Now add a constraint: demand for Strawberry is always less than 200 cases and determine the optimal solution. c. Add another constraint: demand for Chocolate is always less than 400 cases and determine the optimal solution.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
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