Linear Progamming: Graphical Methods Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problem(s). Use graphical methods to solve the linear programming problems Minimize subject to: z = x + 3y x + y 10 5x+2y 20 -x +2y 0 x 0 y 0 Maximize subject to: z = 4x + 5y 10x - 5y 100 20x+10y 150 -x + y 12 x 0 y 0 Attached file(s): graphical methods 1.doc View File graphical methods 2.doc View File Attachment Content Summary (Note: view attachment at the above link before purchasing. Actual attachment content may vary slightly from that shown below.) graphical methods 1.doc Use graphical methods to solve the linear programming problems Minimize subject to: z = x + 3y 10 20 0 0 0 graphical methods 2.doc Use graphical methods to solve the linear programming problems Maximize subject to: z = 4x + 5y 100 150 12 0 0 Two linear programming problems are solved using graphical methods. What is this? By OTA - Overall OTA Rating Mutasem Sinnokrot, PhD - 4.9/5 Purchase Cost Now $2.19 CAD (was ~$15.96) Included in Download Plain text response Attached file(s): solution.doc solution.xls Why you can trust BrainMass.com Your Information is Secure Best Online Academic Help Service Students find real academic Success Linear programming - Find the complete optimal solution to this linear programming problem. Min 3X + 3Y s.t. 12X + 4Y > 48 10X + 5Y > 50 4X + 8Y > 32 X , Y > 0 Linear programming problem - 1. Solve the linear programming problem: minimize z = x + y subject to x + 2y =< 40, 2x + y =<40, x + y =<10, x >= 0, y >=0 The corner points are: (0, 10), (0, 20), (40/3, 40/3) ... Integer linear program - Is it true that one way to solve an integer linear program is to solve the unconstrained linear program? Linear Programming in Business - Discuss and provide examples of the application of Linear Programming in the industry. Why is the application of LP very important in business? Linear Programming and Simplex Methods - See attachment for problem.