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Linear Programming Problems
Linear Programming Problems
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A delicatessen has 8 pounds of plain sausage and 10 pounds of garlic flavored sausage. The delicatessen wants to make as much bratwurst as possible. Each pound of bratwurts requires \frac{3}{4} pound of plain sausage and $\frac{1}{4}$ pound of garlic flavored sausage. Find the maximum number of pounds of bratwurts that can be made. My constraints are: x $\geq$ 0 y $\geq$ 0; $\frac{3}{4}$ x + y $\geq$ 8 x + $\frac{1}{4}$ y .

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What is the basic assumptions in Linear Programming?

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What is the limitation of graphical method of linear programming?

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What is the Feasible Region in Linear Programming?

Minimum Wage The table shows the minimum wage for Year 1940 1968 1997 Wage ($\$$) 0.25 1.60 5.15 (a) Make a scatterplot of the data in the viewing rectangle.[1930, 2010, 10] by [0, 6, 1]. (b) Find a quadratic function given by that models the data. f(x)=a(x-)h^2squared +k (c) Estimate the minimum wage in 1976 and compare it to the actual value of \$$2.30. (d) Estimate when the minimum wage was$\$$1.00. (e) If current trends continue, predict the minimum wage in 2009. Compare it to the projected value of \$$7.25.