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# Units CM/unit Demand Poly A

## Airtex 1000 350 1000 4

Extendex 533.33 340 500 3
Resistex 400 300 400 6
Total CM 651,333.33 8,000.00
8,000.00
LINEAR PROGRAM
Decision Variables:
X1 = no. of lb. of Airtex to produce this week
X2 = no. of lb. of Extendex to produce this week
X3 = no. of lb. of Resistex to produce this week

OBJF: Max Z = 350X1 + 340X2 + 300X3 (Total CM)
s.t. 4X1 + 3X2 + 6X3 <= 8,000 (PolY A)
2X1 + 2X2 + 3X3 <= 6,800 (Poly B)
4X1 + 2X2 + 5X3 <= 11,400 (Poly C)
6X1 + 9X2 + 2X3 <= 17,600 (Base)
X1 >= 1,000 Demand for Airtex)
X2 >= 500 (Demand for Extendex)
X3 >= 400 (Demand for Resistex)
Xj >= 0 (Logical) , j = 1 to 3

CELL FORMULAS:

D19 = sumproduct(C16:C18,D16:D18)
F19 = sumproduct(\$C\$16:\$C\$18,F16:F18) G19:I19
POINTERS FOR DOING ASSIGNMENTS:

1) Create your LP model (Decision variables, objective function, constraints).
shown above.

2) Construct your LP model in Excel. Some guidelines in creating your LP are as follows:
a) Be neat in your presentation.
b) Where possible, use formulas that can be replicated or dragged to other cells.
c) Use the following color code:
Light Blue fill color and black bold letters for the Decision Variables
Light Brown fill with Thick Border Lines and Bold RED letters for Objective Function
Light Brown fill with regular border lines for the LHS of constraints

3) Write the CELL Formulas (see above) for your OBJ function, Left Hand Sides, and other items with
formulas

4) Paste your SOLVER Parameter Box to your model. See instructions above on how to paste your Solver

4) Paste your SOLVER Parameter Box to your model. See instructions above on how to paste your Solver
Box.

5) As much as possible, fit your model to one page. Use ARIAL font size 11. DO NOT PRINT the answer,
sensitivity and limits report, unless told to do so.

6) When you print your work, include the ROW numbers, and COLUMN Letters and the GRIDLINES. You can
do this by: PRINT - Print Preview - Page Setup - Sheet - and click Row and Column Headings and also the
Poly B Poly C Base
2 4 6
2 2 9
3 5 2
4,266.67 7,066.67 11,600.00 (Amount Used)
6,800.00 10,400.00 17,600.00 (Available)
: copied to
D19 = sumproduct(C16:C18,D16:D18) --
F19 = sumproduct(\$C\$16:\$C\$18,F16:F18) G19:I19
IMPORTANT NOTE: You
need to put the Cell
Formulas section in your
printed output
Include the SOLVER PARAMETERS
You can do this by:

1) Solve the LP using Solver.
2) After solving, show again the Solver Parameter box.
3) Press CTRL+SHIFT+PRT SCR
4) Exit the Solver Paramer Box
5) Press CTRL+V (Paste shortcut key)
6) The box will appear. You may enlarge or shorten the size of the box to

Please make sure the size of the box is large enough to be read. Consider
also positioning your box to optimize the use of paper, ie, if it is possible
to fit the model in one sheet, then do so.
LP model (Decision variables, objective function, constraints). Write the LP in a Text Box as
your LP model in Excel. Some guidelines in creating your LP are as follows:
b) Where possible, use formulas that can be replicated or dragged to other cells.
Light Blue fill color and black bold letters for the Decision Variables
Light Brown fill with Thick Border Lines and Bold RED letters for Objective Function
Light Brown fill with regular border lines for the LHS of constraints
3) Write the CELL Formulas (see above) for your OBJ function, Left Hand Sides, and other items with
4) Paste your SOLVER Parameter Box to your model. See instructions above on how to paste your Solver
4) Paste your SOLVER Parameter Box to your model. See instructions above on how to paste your Solver
5) As much as possible, fit your model to one page. Use ARIAL font size 11. DO NOT PRINT the answer,
When you print your work, include the ROW numbers, and COLUMN Letters and the GRIDLINES. You can
- and click Row and Column Headings and also the