Problem 4-11 (Algorithmic) Edwards Manufacturing Company purchases two component parts from three different suppliers.

Question: Problem 4-11 (Algorithmic) Edwards Manufacturing Company purchases two component parts from three different suppliers. The suppliers have limited capacity, and no one supplier can meet all the company’s needs. In addition, the suppliers charge different prices for the components. Component price data (in price per unit) are as follows: Supplier Component 1 2
Show transcribed image textAnswer: Step 1 Qa. Both suppliers should supply 550 units of component 1 and 800 units of component 2, while the second supplier should supply 500 units of component 1 and 0 units of component 2. Step 2 Explanation: Qa. Component 1 and component 2 sh…View the full answerTranscribed image text: Problem 4-11 (Algorithmic) Edwards Manufacturing Company purchases two component parts from three different suppliers. The suppliers have limited capacity, and no one supplier can meet all the company’s needs. In addition, the suppliers charge different prices for the components. Component price data (in price per unit) are as follows: Supplier Component 1 2 3 599 1 $10 $14 $13 2 $12 $12 $12 Each supplier has a limited capacity in terms of the total number of components it can supply. However, as long as Edwards provides sufficient advance orders, each supplier can devote its capacity to component 1, component 2, or any combination of the two components, if the total number of units ordered is within its capacity. Supplier capacities are as follows: Supplier Capacity 1 550 2 1025 3 800 If the Edwards production plan for the next period includes 1050 units of component 1 and 800 units of component 2, what purchases do you recommend? That is, how many units of each component should be ordered from each supplier? Round your answers to the nearest whole number. Supplier 1 2 3 Component 1 Component 2 What is the total purchase cost for the components? Round your answer to the nearest dollar. $