Algebra II

Linear Programming

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Linear Programming Mastery Assignment Spring 2014
Part 1: Each student will be assigned a different Linear Programming Problem (#1 – 8 are possibilities). For the problem
assigned students need to sol!e their linear programming problem show all their wor" and present their solution#wor"#findings in a pre$i st%le presentation. Project Component 1. &ariables are clearl% and accuratel% defined. '. (onstraint )ne*ualities are clearl% and accuratel% written. +. ,b-ecti!e E*uation is clearl% and accuratel% written. .. / neat and well0labeled graph of the (onstraints is shown. 1. /nal%sis of the ,b-ecti!e is accurate and clear. 2. /n accurate and clear conclusion statements is gi!en. "#"AL P#$N"S %Part 1&: 1' points Meets Req irements !oes Not Meet Req irements

Part 2: 3uppose that %ou are a local business owner and %ou ha!e products that %ou want to sell. 4our first step is to identif%
what t%pe of business %ou want to own and then identif% two products that %ou want to produce and sell. 4ou will start %ou business with 516 666. For this pro-ect ignore costs associated with "eeping the business running li"e rent heat electric etc. /ssume that all costs are alread% ta"en care of and the 516 666 %ou ha!e is -ust for producing %our product. 7he onl% restriction %ou ha!e in terms of spending the 516 666 is that %ou can not spend more than three *uarters of it on the production of one of the products. 8se linear programming to set up a profit model for %our business. 4ou will need to arbitraril% assign costs for the production of each product and then determine how much %ou are going to sell %our product for. 4ou will then de!elop a profit model and set up a s%stem of restrictions. 4ou will need to graph those restrictions and then determine what %ou will need to sell in order to ma9imi$e %our profit. 4ou will want to set up a table to help %ou organi$e %our data. :a"e sure that %ou clearl% identif% %our profit model and restrictions. 4our graph should be neatl% constructed and properl% labeled. :a"e sure that %ou identif% all critical points and then determine how %ou will reach ma9imum profit. 3tudents need to sol!e their linear programming problem show all their wor" and present their solution#wor"#findings in a pre$i st%le presentation. ; 83E P/<7 ) /3 / =8)>E; Project Component 1. &ariables are clearl% and accuratel% defined. '. (onstraint )ne*ualities are clearl% and accuratel% written. +. ,b-ecti!e E*uation is clearl% and accuratel% written. .. / neat and well0labeled graph of the (onstraints is shown. 1. /nal%sis of the ,b-ecti!e is accurate and clear. 2. /n accurate and clear conclusion statements is gi!en. "#"AL P#$N"S %Part 2&: (' points Meets Req irements !oes Not Meet Req irements

Linear Programming Mastery Assignment

Remediation ) Late Po*icy Spring 2014
Late Po*icy 3tudents who submit their Linear Programming :aster% /ssignment past the due date will be re*uired to complete additional components of the :aster% /ssignment. 3ee below for details? + o, !ays Late 1/2 (/4 '/2 03 Remediation Po*icy 3tudents who do not recei!e master% on their Linear Programming :aster% /ssignment upon initial submission will ha!e two wee"s from the due date to complete remediation for this assignment. 3ee below for details of remediation? #rigina* .rade 20 / 201 40 / 401 50 / 501 '01 and 6e*o7 Remediation Assignment Per suggestions#comments made b% teacher ma"e appropriate corrections to pro-ect. 1) Per suggestions#comments made b% teacher ma"e appropriate corrections to pro-ect. ') (omplete one additional problem in Part 1 1) Per suggestions#comments made b% teacher ma"e appropriate corrections to pro-ect. ') (omplete two additional problems in Part 1 1) Per suggestions#comments made b% teacher ma"e appropriate corrections to pro-ect. ') (omplete four additional problems in Part 1 Ma-im m .rade Additiona* Assignment (omplete one additional problem in Part 1 (omplete two additional problems in Part 1 (omplete four additional problems in Part 1 (omplete all problems in Part 1 Ma-im m .rade 001

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