QAT1 Task 2 QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS & Decision Making Models

QAT1 Task 2 QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS & Decision Making Models


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Task , 11, 12

Western Governors University

Task 2: QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS & Decision-Making Models

         X        Y

Flavor 6 12

Nutrient 7.5 7.5

Color 15 6

The maximum allowable for each of the parts of the equation are listed as: Nutrient Units, Flavor 72 Units and Color 90 Units.

Number of units of N used must be less than or equal to units

Number of units of F used must be less than or equal to 72 units

Number of units of C used must be less than or equal to 90 units

Variables:

X Number of units of brand X

Y Number of units of brand Y

A. A.Constraint Equations

Cases of Brand X require 7.5 units of nutrients and brand Y requires 7.5 units of nutrients.

So

Total nutrients to be used

Units of...

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