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transportation problem From A B C DV From A B C Constraint Demand Objective Minimize Cost 1 $6 11 4 To (cost) 2 $5 8 10 3 $5 9 7 1 0.00 70.00 70.00...

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1. transportaTon problem From ±o (cost) 1 2 3 A $6 $5 $5 B 11 8 9 C 4 10 7 DV From ±o Supply Note: Blue cells are your decision variables 1 2 3 Constraint A 0.00 100.00 50.00 150 <= 150 B 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 <= 85 C 70.00 0.00 30.00 100 <= 125 Constraint 70.00 100.00 80.00 = = = Demand 70 100 80 ObjecTve Minimize Cost $1,240.00
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Cab Company Scheduling let Di = # of drivers who start their 8 hour shiF in period I (I = 1,2,3,4,5,6) period 1 12:00:00 AM--4:00am period 4 12 noon -- 4:00pm period 2 4:00am -- 8:00am period 5 4:00pm -- 8:00pm period 3 8:00am -- 12 noon period 6 8:00pm -- midnight period 1 period 2 period 3 period 4 period 5 period 6 average fare/ driver 80 500 420 300 270 210 # of drivers in each period >= >= >= >= >= >= minimum # of drivers 10 12 20 25 32 18 DV D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 # of drivers/period ObjecTve funcTon
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Denim Jeans CD Player Compact discs proft 90 150 30 weight 2 3 1 Denim Jeans CD Player Compact discs DV Constraint <= 5 ObjecTve FuncTon
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MAT540 Homework Week 10 Page 1 of 2 MAT540 Week 10 Homework Chapter 6 1. Consider the following transportation problem: From To (Cost) Supply 1 2 3 A 6 5 5 150 B 11 8 9 85 C 4 10 7 125 Demand 70 100 80 Formulate this problem as a linear programming model and solve it by the using the computer. 2. Consider the following transportation problem: From To (Cost) Supply 1 2 3 A 8 14 8 120 B 6 17 7 80 C 9 24 10 150 Demand 110 140 100 Solve it by using the computer. 3. World foods, Inc. imports food products such as meats, cheeses, and pastries to the United States from warehouses at ports in Hamburg, Marseilles and Liverpool. Ships from these ports deliver the products to Norfolk, New York and Savannah, where they are stored in company warehouses before being shipped to distribution centers in Dallas, St. Louis and Chicago. The products are then distributed to specialty foods stores and sold through catalogs. The shipping costs ($/1,000 lb.) from the European ports to the U.S. cities and the available supplies (1000 lb.) at the European ports are provided in the following table:
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MAT540 Homework Week 10 Page 2 of 2 From To (Cost) Supply 4. Norfolk 5. New York 6. Savannah 1. Hamburg 320 280 555 75 2. Marseilles 410 470 365 85 3. Liverpool 550 355 525 40 The transportation costs ($/1000 lb.) from each U.S. city of the three distribution centers and the demands (1000 lb.) at the distribution centers are as follows: Warehouse Distribution Center 7. Dallas 8. St. Louis 9. Chicago 4. Norfolk 80 78 85 5. New York 100 120 95 6. Savannah 65 75 90 Demand 85 70 65 Determine the optimal shipments between the European ports and the warehouses and the distribution centers to minimize total transportation costs. 4. The Omega Pharmaceutical firm has five salespersons, whom the firm wants to assign to five sales regions. Given their various previous contacts, the sales persons are able to cover the regions in different amounts of time. The amount of time (days) required by each salesperson to cover each city is shown in the following table: Salesperson Region (days) A B C D E 1 20 10 12 10 22 2 14 10 18 11 15 3 12 13 19 11 14 4 16 12 14 22 16 5 12 15 19 26 23 Which salesperson should be assigned to each region to minimize total time? Identify the optimal assignments and compute total minimum time.
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MAT540 Homework Week 9 Page 1 of 3 MAT540 Week 9 Homework Chapter 5 1. Rowntown Cab Company has 70 drivers that it must schedule in three 8-hour shifts. However, the demand for cabs in the metropolitan area varies dramatically according to time of the day. The slowest period is between midnight and 4:00 A.M. the dispatcher receives few calls, and the calls that are received have the smallest fares of the day. Very few people are going to the airport at that time of the night or taking other long distance trips. It is estimated that a driver will average $80 in fares during that period. The largest fares result from the airport runs in the morning. Thus, the drivers who sart their shift during the period from 4:00 A.M. to 8:00 A.M. average $500 in total fares, and drivers who start at 8:00 A.M. average $420. Drivers who start at noon average $300, and drivers who start at 4:00 P.M. average $270. Drivers who start at the beginning of the 8:00 P.M. to midnight period earn an average of $210 in fares during their 8-hour shift. To retain customers and acquire new ones, Rowntown must maintain a high customer service level. To do so, it has determined the minimum number of drivers it needs working during every 4-hour time segment- 10 from midnight to 4:00 A.M. 12 from 4:00 to 8:00 A.M. 20 from 8:00 A.M. to noon, 25 from noon to 4:00 P.M., 32 from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M., and 18 from 8:00 P.M. to midnight. a. Formulate and solve an integer programming model to help Rowntown Cab schedule its drivers. b. If Rowntown has a maximum of only 15 drivers who will work the late shift from midnight to 8:00 A.M., reformulate the model to reflect this complication and solve it c. All the drivers like to work the day shift from 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., so the company has decided to limit the number of drivers who work this 8-hour shift to 20. Reformulate the model in (b) to reflect this restriction and solve it. 2. Juan Hernandez, a Cuban athlete who visits the United States and Europe frequently, is allowed to return with a limited number of consumer items not generally available in Cuba. The items, which are carried in a duffel bag, cannot exceed a weight of 5 pounds. Once Juan is in Cuba, he sells the items at highly inflated prices. The weight and profit (in U.S. dollars) of each item are as follows:
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MAT540 Homework Week 9 Page 2 of 3 Item Weight (lb.) Profit Denim jeans 2 $90 CD players 3 150 Compact discs 1 30 Juan wants to determine the combination of items he should pack in his duffel bag to maximize his profit. This problem is an example of a type of integer programming problem known as a “knapsack” problem. Formulate and solve the problem. 3. The Texas Consolidated Electronics Company is contemplating a research and development program encompassing eight research projects. The company is constrained from embarking on all projects by the number of available management scientists (40) and the budget available for R&D projects ($300,000). Further, if project 2 is selected, project 5 must also be selected (but not vice versa). Following are the resources requirement and the estimated profit for each project. Project Expense ($1,000s) Management Scientists required Estimated Profit (1,000,000s) 1 50 6 0.30 2 105 8 0.85 3 56 9 0.20 4 45 3 0.15 5 90 7 0.50 6 80 5 0.45 7 78 8 0.55 8 60 5 0.40 Formulate the integer programming model for this problem and solve it using the computer. 4. Corsouth Mortgage Associates is a large home mortgage firm in the southeast. It has a poll of permanent and temporary computer operators who process mortgage accounts, including posting payments and updating escrow accounts for insurance and taxes. A permanent operator can process 220 accounts per day, and a temporary operator can process 140 accounts per day. On average, the firm must process and update at least 6,300 accounts daily. The company has 32 computer
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1. transportation problem From
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Demand Objective Minimize Cost 1
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100.00
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100 $1,240.00...

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