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(C) PMGT 201 SOL EXAM1 09-10 (1)

# (C) PMGT 201 SOL EXAM1 09-10 (1)

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Operations Management PMGT 201 2009-2010 (1)Exam1
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Exercise 1:

Solve the following liner programming model graphically:Minimize Z= 6x + 3ySubject to:2x + 4y 164x + 3yx,y .
SOLUTION:
Sol:1:x + 2y =10x= 0 2y = 10 y= 5 (0,5)y= 0 → x = 10 → x= 10 → (10,0)2:6x + 6y = 36x= 0 → 6y = 36 → y= 6 → (0,6)y= 0 → 6x = 36 → x= 6→ (6,0)x + 2y = 10
×
-66x + 6y = 36--------------------6x – 12y = -606x + 6y = 36--------------------6y = -24y= 4x + 2(4) = 10x + 8 = 10x = 2

Z= 4x + 5yA(0,0) → 4(0) + 5(0) =0B(4,0) → 4(4) + 5(0) = 16 + 0 = 16C(4,2) → 4(4) + 5(2) = 16 + 10 = 26D(2,4) →4(2) + 5(4) = 8 + 20 = 28E(0,5) →4(0) + 5(5) = 0 + 25 = 25So, Z is Maximize at D(2,4).
Exercise 2:

Solve the following liner programming model graphically:Maximize Z= 4x + 5ySubject to:x + 2y 106x + 6yx4x,y .SOLUTION:Sol:1:x + 2y =10X= 0 2y = 10 y= 5 (0,5)Y= 0 → x = 10 → x= 10 → (10,0)2:6x + 6y = 36X= 0 → 6y = 36 → y= 6 → (0,6)Y= 0 → 6x = 36 → x= 6→ (6,0)x + 2y = 10
×
-66x + 6y = 36--------------------6x – 12y = -606x + 6y = 366y = -24Y= 4X + 2(4) = 10X + 8 = 10

X = 2Z= 4x + 5yA(0,0) → 4(0) + 5(0) =0B(4,0) → 4(4) + 5(0) = 16 + 0 = 16C(4,2) → 4(4) + 5(2) = 16 + 10 = 26D(2,4) →4(2) + 5(4) = 8 + 20 = 28E(0,5) →4(0) + 5(5) = 0 + 25 = 25So, z is Maximize at D(2,4)
Exercise 3
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Question: Find the mathematical model of the following problem?A TRANSPORTATION EXAMPLE
The Zephyr Television Company ships televisions from three warehouses to three retail storeson a monthly basis. Each warehouse has a fixed supply per month and each store has a fixeddemand per month. The manufacturer wants to know the number of televisions sets.To ship from each warehouse to each store in order to minimize the total cost of transportation.Each warehouse has the following supply of televisions available for shipment each month.
Warehouse Supply (sets)
1. Cincinnati 3002. Atlanta 2003. Pittsburgh 200700Each retail store has the following monthly demand for televisions sets.Store demand (sets)A. New York 150