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x2 2 0. 4.6-8. Consider the following problem. Maximize Z = 2x, + 5x2 + 3x3,

subject to I|_2X2+X322O 2X|+4X2+X3:50 and X120, X220, X320. (a) Using the

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**Minimize**Z = 5,000x, + 7,O0Ox2, subject to -2.“ + X2 2 1 X] _ 2X2 Z 1 and x, 2 O,x2 2 0. 4.6-8. Consider the following problem. Maximize Z = 2x, + 5x2 + 3x3,

subject to I|_2X2+X322O 2X|+4X2+X3:50 and X120, X220, X320. (a) Using the

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9.4 Other Applications Not all applications of the shortest-path problem involve

9.4 Other Applications Not all applications of the shortest-path problem involve

**minimizing**the distance traveled from the origin to the destination. In fact, they ...**Minimize**the total distance traveled, as in the Seervada Park example. 2.**Minimize**...Page 713

Consider the following nonlinear programming problem:

subject to xl + x; = I0 and x, 2 0, x; 2 0. (a) Of the special types of nonlinear

programming problems described in Sec. 13.3, to which type or types can this

particular ...

Consider the following nonlinear programming problem:

**Minimize**z = 2»? + xi,subject to xl + x; = I0 and x, 2 0, x; 2 0. (a) Of the special types of nonlinear

programming problems described in Sec. 13.3, to which type or types can this

particular ...

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