## (Answered)-Table 11-9 Maximize Z=34 X1 + 43X2 +29X3 Sunject to 5X1 + 4X2+7X3

The the attachment represents a solution for an integer programming problem. If this problem had been solved as a simple linear programming problem, what would you expect the value of the objective function to be?

The table?represents a solution for an integer programming problem. If one uses the optimal solution presented, how much slack is there in the first equation?

Table 11-9

Maximize Z=34 X1 + 43X2 +29X3

Sunject to 5X1 + 4X2+7X3 &lt;-50

1 X1 + 2X2 + 2X3&lt;-16

3X1 + 4 X2 + 1X3 &lt;-9

All Xi are integer and non-negative

Final Integer Solution

Z=208

Decision

Variable

Solution

X1

1

X2

0

X3

6

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