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Linear programming applied to maximize benefit for spending advertising dollars on TV, ads, radio, etc. to affect opnion about manatees. See attachment for deails.

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Linear programming applied to maximize benefit for spending advertising dollars on TV, ads, radio, etc. to affect opnion about manatees. See attachment for deails.

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) is planning to build a new interstate to run from Detroit, Michigan, to Charleston, South Carolina. Several different routes have been proposed. They are summarized in Figure 5.41, where node 1 represents Detroit and node 12 represents Charleston. The number on the arcs indicates the e

Just need a little direction on linear programming models. The problem has been attached 1. Betty Malloy, owner of the Eagle Tavern in Pittsburgh, is preparing for Super Bowl Sunday, and she must determine how much beer to stock. Betty stocks three brands of beer - Yodel, Shotz, and Rainwater. The cost per gallon (to the ta

Mark, who is ill, takes vitamin pills. Each day he must have at least 16 units of vitamin A, 5 units of vitamin B1, and 20 units of vitamin C. He can choose between pill 1, which costs 10¢ and contains 8 units of A, 1 of B1, and 2 of C; and pill 2, which costs 20¢ and contains 2 units of A, 1 of and 7 of C. How many of each pi

See attached Stannic Metals wishes to produce at the lowest cost a new alloy that is 40 percent tin, 35 percent zinc, and 25 percent lead from their current allow stocks: Alloy Stocks Alloy 1 2 3 4 5 % Tin 60 25 45 20 50 % Zinc 10 15 45 50 40 %Lead 30 60 10 30 10 Cost/lb 22 20 25 24 2

Max Z = 3x1 + 3x2 Subject to : 10x1 + 4x2 < OR EQUAL TO 60 25x1 + 50x2 < OR EQUAL TO 200 x1, x2 > OR EQUAL TO 0 Find the optimal profit and the values of x1 and x2 at the optimal solution

This is problem 28 in Chapter 6 of "Spreadsheet Modeling and Decision Analysis" 5E by Cliff Ragsdale. KPS Communications is planning to bring wireless internet access to the town of Ames, Iowa. Using a geographic information system, KPS has divided Ames into the following 5x5 grid...(see attachment)

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. Solve the problem. 1) An appliance store sells two types of refrigerators. Each Cool-It refrigerator sells for $ 640 and each Polar sells for $ 740. Up to 330 refrigerators can be stored in the warehouse and new refrigerat

Formulate and implement a linear/integer programming model in excel to minimize the total cost for the network and to determine the number of plants to be opened and their locations. I have already started on two different versions but can not get a linear model. I am stumped and have nowhere else to ask. Please look at

LINEAR PROGRAMMING 1. Find the complete (including values for slack variables) optimal solution to this linear programming problem using. graphical method Min 5X + 6Y s.t. 3X + Y > 15 X + 2Y > 12 3X + 2Y > 24 X , Y > 0 2. Find the complete (including values for slack variabl

Write the linear programming problem for this network. 2. Canning Transport is to move goods from three factories to three distribution centers. Information about the move is given below. Give the network model and the linear programming model for this problem. Source Supply Destination Demand A 200 X 50 B 100 Y 125

A. Maximization Graph Solutions Given the following maximization linear programming model, which of the possible solutions provided below is NOT feasible? Maximize Z = 2X1 + 3X2 subject to: 4X1 + 3X2 < 480 3X1 + 6X2 < 600 a) X1 = 120 and X2 =0 b) X1 = 75 and X2 = 90 c) X1 = 90 and X2 = 75 d) X1 = 0 and X2 = 120 Ans

A. Minimization Graphical Solution Solve the following linear programming model graphically and select the set of extreme points that make up the solution: Minimize Z = 20X1 + 10X2 subject to: X1 + X2 < 12 2X1 + 5X2 > 40 X2 < 13 Note: The triplets are in the form of (X1 = ,X2 = , Z = ) a) (0, 12, 120), (0, 8, 80), (2

1. The linear programming problem whose output follows is used to determine how many bottles of fire red nail polish (x1), bright red nail polish (x2), basil green nail polish(x3), and basic pink nail polish(x4) a beauty salon should stock. The objective function measures profit; it is assumed that every piece stocked will be so

Hello, I would like for someone to check my answers for the problems that are highlighted in green to make sure that I have solved them correctly. However, there are several problems that are highlighted in yellow that I need help with. Could someone please provide the formula and break-down each step for those problems? Also, p

Health Care Systems of Florida (HCSF) is planning to build a number of new emergency-care clinics in central Florida. HCSF management has divided a map of emergency-care clinics in central Florida. HCSF management has divided a map of the area into seven regions. They want to locate the emergency centers so that all seven reg

See attached For all linear programming problems, the implied non-negativity constraint is assumed. Don't forget to include this constraint if you are using Excel to solve any of these problems. 1. Linear Programming Properties Which of the following statements is not true? a) An infeasible solution violates all

? Chapter 4 Problem 20 - Diet Mix Problem Anna Broderick is the dietitian for the State University football team and she is attempting to determine a nutritious lunch menu for the team. She has set the followng nutritional guidlens for each lunch serving: Between 1500 and 2000 caleries At least 5 mg of iron At least 20 b

Please help with the following problem involving linear programming. For part A it needs to be written out. For Eaxample: Maximize total profit Z = $400C + $100T subject to constraints: 8C + 10T <= 80 labor hours 2C + 6T <= 36 wood in lbs C <= 6 maximum demand for chairs C >0 and T > 0 for non negativity For pa

12-7 Bechtold Construction is in the process of installing power lines to a large housing development. Steve Bechtold wants to minimize the total length of wire used, which will minimize his costs. The housing development is shown as a network in Figure 12.21. Each house has been numbered, and the distances between houses are g

Linear Programming: Sensitivity Analysis and Interpretation of Solution Vollmer Manufacturing makes three components for sale to refrigeration companies. The components are processed on two machines: a shaper and grinder. The times (in minutes) required on each machine are as follows: Machine Component Shaper Grinder 1

Grand Lake Furniture Company makes two types of picnic tables, rectangular and hexagon. The hexagon table takes 4 hours to make and 2 hours to finish. the rectangular table takes 3 hours to build and 1 hour to finish. The company can devote 240 hours to building the tables and 100 hours to finish the tables. Each hexagon tab

6-36 Ralph Janaro simply does not have time to analyze all of the items in his company's inventory. As a young manager, he has more important things to do. The following is a table of six items in inventory along with the unit cost and the demand in units. iDENTIFlcxnoN CODE' . UNIT COST ($) DEMAND IN UNITS XXI 5.84 1,200

Hello there, I need help with the problems attached. Please explain answers too. 1 Operations management is sometimes also as p___________ management and/or decision s_________ systems and/or management s________. 2 Examples of important OM methods and techniques include: a. G___d A______s b

A firm has fixed costs of $60 and variable costs as indicated in the table on the attached Excel spreadsheet. Complete the table and check the calculations. Total Product Total Fixed Cost Total Variable Cost 0 $0 1

Every January Santa tidies his workshop. Each toy in the workshop may be either stored for use next year, or taken apart and rebuilt next year, or thrown away and replaced next year. Storing a toy costs £1 and uses 8 units of storage space. Taking a toy apart and rebuilding it next year costs £3 and uses 2 units of storage

What does it mean to rank goals in goal programming? How does this affect the problem's solution?

1. Consider the following transportation problem: 1 2 Supply 1 5 6 100 2 4 2 200 3 3 6 150 4 9 7 50 Demand 250 250 How many supply-side constraints are there? Write the supply-side constraints. 2. Consider the following transportation problem: 1 2 Supply 1 5 6 100 2 4 2 200 3 3 6 150

A cook is puzzling over the number of pounds of food he should purchase in order to minimize his cost. He has always bought his food from a small health food store in town. The store sells two types of mixtures. Both of these mixtures contain the three ingredients needed, but the cook needs his own special ratio of these ingredi

Consider the following integer linear programming problem Max Z = 3x1 + 2x2 Subject to: 3x1 + 5x2 30 4x1 + 2x2 28 x1 8 x1 ,x2 0 and integer The solution to the Linear programming relaxation is: x1 = 5.714, x2= 2.571. What is the upper bound for the value of the objective function? What is the