Linear Programming : Solve by Using a Graphical Method

1. Problem 18:
Solve the following linear programming model using graphical techniques:

Do not submit the graph. In your answer, include each of the corner points and the Z value associated with each of the corner points. Highlight the corner point that optimizes the solution. If there is no feasible solution, then indicate so. If the solution lies along a constraint equation, then indicate the constraint equation and the bounds for x1 and x2.

2. Problem 22:
Solve the following linear programming model by graphical techniques:

Do not submit the graph. In your answer, include each of the corner points and the Z value associated with each of the corner points. Highlight the corner point that optimizes the solution. If there is no feasible solution, then indicate so. If the solution lies along a constraint equation, then indicate the constraint equation and the bounds for x1 and x2.

An LP problem is solved using a graphical method. The solution is detailed and well presented. The response received a rating of "5/5" from the student who originally posted the question.

Please graph the following linearprogramming model-
Max Z = 10x + 6y
45x + 30y < = 180
3c + 8b < = 20
c, b > = 0
Please show graph and all steps in algebra to get the solution.

Solve the following linearprogramming problem using the graphicalmethod:
Maximize 3 X + 5Y
Subject to: 4X + 4Y less than or = 48
1X + 2Y less than or = 20
Y greater than or = 2
X, Y greater than or = 0

Solve the following linear program using the graphicalmethod:
Maximize Z = $9x1 + $15x2
Subject to: 3x2 ≤ 18
9x1 + 6x2 ≤ 54
x1, x2 ≥ 0.
See the attachment.

Consider a cost-benefit-trade-off problem having the following data:
Benefit Contribution
Per Unit of
Each Activity
Minimum
Acceptable
Benefit 1 2 Level
1 5 3 60
2 2 2 30
3 7 9 126
Unit Cost $60 $50
a. Formulate a linearprogramming model for this problem on a spreadsheet.
b. Use Solver to find the op

Claims company processes insurance claims, their perm operators can process 16 claims/day and temp process 12/day and the average for the company is at least 450/day. They want to limit claims error to 25 per day total, and the perm generate .5 errors/day and temp generate 1.4 error per day. The perm operators are paid $465/da

Attached please find Problem B.1 and Problem B.2. Need to solve the linearprogramming problem graphically for each problem.
Textbook info: Operations Management, 8th Edition
Authors: Jay Heizer and Barry Render
Prentice-Hall
Problem B.1
Solve the following linearprogramming problem graphically
Maximize Z = 4X +