# A local bagel shop produces two products bagels b and

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A local bagel shop produces two products: bagels (B) and croissants (C). Each bagel requires6 ounces of flour, 1 gram of yeast, and 2 tablespoons of sugar. A croissant requires 3 ouncesof flour, 1 gram of yeast, and 4 tablespoons of sugar. The company has 6,600 ounces of flour,1,400 grams of yeast, and 4,800 tablespoons of sugar available for today's production run. Bagelprofits are 20 cents each, and croissant profits are 30 cents each.
76.What is the objective function?
77.What is the sugar constraint (in tablespoons)?
78.Which of the following is not a feasible production combination?
79.What are optimal profits for today's production run?A.\$580B.\$340C.\$220D.\$380E.\$420
80.For the production combination of 600 bagels and 800 croissants, which resource is "slack"(not fully used)?
The owner of Crackers, Inc. produces two kinds of crackers: Deluxe (D) and Classic (C). Shehas a limited amount of the three ingredients used to produce these crackers available for hernext production run: 4,800 ounces of sugar; 9,600 ounces of flour, and 2,000 ounces of salt.A box of Deluxe crackers requires 2 ounces of sugar, 6 ounces of flour, and 1 ounce of saltto produce; while a box of Classic crackers requires 3 ounces of sugar, 8 ounces of flour, and2 ounces of salt. Profits for a box of Deluxe crackers are \$0.40; and for a box of Classic crackers,\$0.50.81.What is the objective function?
82.What is the constraint for sugar?
83.Which of the following is not a feasible production combination?A.0 D & 0 CB.0 D & 1,000 CC.800 D & 600 CD.1,600 D & 0 CE.0 D & 1,200 C
84.What are profits for the optimal production combination?

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