# Recall the Toms, Inc., problem. Letting W = jars of Western Foods Salsa M = jars of Mexico City Salsa Leads to the formulation: Max1W + 1.25M s.t. 5W + 7M 4480 Whole tomatoes 3W + 1M 2080 Tomato sauce 2W + 2M 1600 W, M 0 Tomato paste The Management Scientist solution is shown in

Chapter 8, Problems #9

Recall the Tomâ€™s, Inc., problem. Letting

W = jars of Western Foods Salsa

M = jars of Mexico City Salsa

Leads to the formulation:

Max1W + 1.25M

s.t.

5W + 7M â‰¤ 4480 Whole tomatoes

3W + 1M â‰¤ 2080 Tomato sauce

2W + 2M â‰¥ 1600

W, M â‰¥ 0 Tomato paste

The Management Scientist solution is shown in Figure.

THE MANAGEMENT SCIENTIST SOLUTION FOR THE TOMâ€™S, INC., PROBLEM

a. What is the optimal solution, and what are the optimal production quantities?

b. Specify the objective function ranges.

c. What are the dual prices for each constraint? Interpret each.

d. Identify each of the right-hand-sideranges.

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