ANALYSIS

• "All work and no play make Jack a dull boy". • Jack wants to apportion his available time of about 10 hours a day between work and play. • He estimates that play is twice as much fun as work. • He also wants to study at least as much as he plays. • JAck realizes that if he is going to get all his homework assignments done, he cannot play more than 4 hours a day.

SYNTHESIS x  play x  work 1 2 max z  2 x1  x2 x x x x x 4 1 1 1 2 2  10 0 .

.JUSTIFICATION • The time needed for Jack to enjoy both time to play and work is not the same. • There will be more time to work than time to play.

MAKING INFERENCE • The time needed for Jack to work is more than the time needed for Jack to play. .

CONCLUSION • Optimum time for Jack to maximize his pleasure both work and play is 10 hours. • Jack need 4 hours to play and 6 hours to work. .

GENERALISATION • Optimum allocation = 10 hours • Time for play = 4 hours • Time for work = 6 hours .

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