Linear programming model, Operation Management

You are manger of a bakery, where only pizza's are baked. For this purpose,you purchse flour at a rate of Rs.4/kg. It is notices that in a week at most five pizza's can be sold. At start of this week you have only 20 kg of flours. It is noticed that 5 kg flour is required to bake a pizza. You have option to sell flour at a profit of Rs. 4/Kg.

You are required to formulate Linear programming Model and find optimum number of pizza's to be baked and kg's of flour to purchase or sell?

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