Integer programming, Financial Accounting


Proposals A, B, C, D, E, and F are being considered with money flows over 10 years.


Proposal (A and D) are mutually exclusive, (C and F) are also mutually exclusive, and proposal B depends on C and F. The MARR is set at 12%. A) Which proposal(s) should be selected if the amount of money available for investment is $120,000? B) Formulate the problem with Integer Programming.



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