HC 351
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Please describe a closed system versus an open system.
Compare and contrast these two types of systems. Give
examples of each with your answer.
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A Lacrosse company manufactures two different Lacrosse sticks for athletes desiring to play the sport. Stick A
requires 6.4 units of plastic and 3.2 units of metal. Stick B requires 9.6 units of plast
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Linear programming assumes that the profit from each activity is proportional to the level of that
activity.
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average number of customers served per minute is 6.5, find the utilization of the
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A certain company had the following sales:
Month 1
$137,807
Month 2
$149,263
Month 3
$109,543
Month 4
$127,588
Month 5
$101,781
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average number of customers served per minute is 6.5, find the utilization of the
server. Please round to two decim
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