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37 3: Linear Programming (A Geometric Approach) From inequality (3), consider the equation 9x+ 9y = 450, which is equivalent to x + y = 50. A pair of points satisfying this equation is (0,50) and (50,0). These two points determine line £,. The point (0,0) satisfies inequality (3). Therefore the feasible region lies below line i„. From inequality (4), that is, x ^ 0, we note that the feasible region must lie to the right of the y axis. From inequality (5),- that is, y > 0, we note that the feasible region must lie above the x axis.

This yields the new matrix |l 1 -2 0 1 5 16 -1 2 111 [3 -3| Add -3 times the first row to the third row. ["l 1 -2 0 1 5 16 0 -4 8 20 This yields the new matrix -3l Add -1 times the second row to the first row. This yields the new matrix I1 0 -7 0 1 5 16 -4 8 20 J [0 -191 Add 4 times the second row to the third row. J1 0 -7 0 1 5 16 I 0 0 28 84 Multiply the third row by -^p This yields the new matrix -19] This yields the new matrix |l 0 -7 -191 0 1 5 16 0 0 1 3 47 4: Matrices and Linear Systems At this point we can easily solve the new corresponding linear system of equations, which is x - 7z = -19 y+ 5z = 16 z = 3.

Let y = the number of Since each type A plane carries 100 passengers, and each type B plane carries 200 passengers, and there are 1000 passengers in all, one constraint that must be satisfied is 100x+ 200y > 1000; that is, we must have enough planes for at least 1000 people. Since there are a total of 48 attendants available, and each airplane requires 8 attendants, we have the constraint 8x + 8y < 48. The cost of using x type A planes and y type B planes is $10,000x+ $12,000y. The linear programming problem with the nonnegativity conditions stated mathematically is Minimize subject to z = 10,000x+ 12,000y 100x+200y £ 1000 8x+ 8y < 48 x > 0 y > 0.