# Jobco is planning to produce at least 2000 widgets on three machines. The minimum

Question: Jobco is planning to produce at least 2000 widgets on three machines. The minimum lot size on any machine is 600 widgets. The following table gives the pertinent data of the situation. Machine Setup cost(\$) Capacity (units) Production cost/unit(S) 1 300 2 650 2 100 10 850 3 200 5 1250 If we want to formulate the problem as an ILP/BIP, which of the following

Show transcribed image textHI MATE I AM TRYING TO GIVE YOU THE BEST.. HOPE YOU WILL LIKE..IF U WANT ANY CHANGES PLEASE COMMENT.. PLEASE UPVOTE IT REALLY MATTER A LOT.. ANSWER: Min. Z=2x 10×2 5×3 3…View the full answerTranscribed image text: Jobco is planning to produce at least 2000 widgets on three machines. The minimum lot size on any machine is 600 widgets. The following table gives the pertinent data of the situation. Machine Setup cost(\$) Capacity (units) Production cost/unit(S) 1 300 2 650 2 100 10 850 3 200 5 1250 If we want to formulate the problem as an ILP/BIP, which of the following would be the appropriate objective function? Your answer: O Min. Z = 300x₁ 100×2 200×3 2x₁ 10x₂ 5×3 O Min. Z = 2x₁ 10x₂ 5×3 O Min. Z = 2x₁ 10×2 5×3 300y₁ 100y2 2003 O Min. Z = 300y₁ 100y2 2003 Jobco is planning to produce at least 2000 widgets on three machines. The minimum lot size on any machine is 600 widgets. The following table gives the pertinent data of the situation. Machine Setup cost(\$) Capacity (units) Production cost/unit(\$) 1 300 2 650 2 100 10 850 3 200 5 1250 If we want to formulate the problem as an ILP/BIP, which of the following would be the appropriate set of constraints? Your answer: s.t X₁ x2 x3 = 2000 X₁ ≤ 650y2 X₂ ≤ 850y2 X3 ≤ 1250y3 O O O O s.t s.t s.t X1 X2 X3 2 600 V1 V2 V3 = (0,1) X₁ X₂ x3 = 2000 Y₁ ≤ 650x₂ Y/₂ = 850x₂ Y3 ≤ 1250×3 X1, X2, X3600 V1 V2 V3 = (0,1) X₁ x₂ x3 2 2000 X₁ ≤ 650y2 S X₂ ≤ 850y2 X3 ≤ 1250y3 Y.JJs = 600 X1.X2, X3 = (0,1) V₁ 2 Y3 2 2000 X₁ ≤ 650y2 X₂ ≤ 850y2 X3 ≤ 1250y3 M.J2.32.600 X1 X2 X3 = (0,1)