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Problem 7.22 QM for Windows BY: Matthew Held. These slides will walk you through solving this problem step by step rewrite the problem Objective maximize profit = 4X + 4Y subject to constraints 3X + 5Y <= 150 X – 2Y <= 10 5X + 3Y <= 150 X,Y>= 0.

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Problem 7 22 qm for windows by matthew held

Problem 7.22QM for WindowsBY: Matthew Held

These slides will walk you through solving this problem step by step

rewrite the problem

Objective

maximize profit = 4X + 4Y

subject to constraints

3X + 5Y <= 150

X – 2Y <= 10

5X + 3Y <= 150

X,Y>= 0


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Problem 7.22QM for WindowsBY: Matthew Held

Start QM for Windows

Select Module Menu

Select Linear Programming Menu

Select File Menu

Select New

Define Data set for Linear Program


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Problem 7.22QM for WindowsBY: Matthew Held

Fill in data grid with problem data

Solve the problem by clicking the solve button


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Problem 7.22QM for WindowsBY: Matthew Held

The solution can be viewed in the data grid or in a graph


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Problem 7.22QM for WindowsBY: Matthew Held

To see the graph select

Window menu

Graph


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