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    10) Clearly define the decision variables, the objective function and each constraint. From the Solver Solution, include the value of objective function and each of the decision variables.

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    Solution. Let x, y z and w denote the money spent on advertising, the money for in-store display, the money invested in on-hand wallpaper inventory and percentage makeup, respectively. Then we can get the demand function as follows.

    D(x,y,z,w)=20x+6.8y+12z-65000w
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    10) Clearly define the decision variables, the objective function and each constraint. From the Solver Solution, include the value of objective function and each of the decision variables.

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