Dina, Operation Research

Construct a two-variable LP model that:

· Maximizes Z;
· All coefficients in the objective function are greater than 500;
· Includes at least 5 constraints;
· Each coefficient (in the main constraints) is either less that -50 or greater than 50.


Using the software TORA, solve the model using graphic method.

Hint: Use:
à Linear Programming
à Graphic
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