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 Question by Keo Submitted on 9/13/2003 Related FAQ: Linear Programming FAQ Rating: Not yet rated Rate this question: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great A gardener has 1,000 square yards of land available to devote to cash crops.  Profits expected by crop are:\$20 per 10 square yards for zucchini.  the gardener has \$200 available for investment.  total preparation costs for 10 square yards are \$4 for lima beans, \$2 for spinach, and \$1 for zucchini.  The gardener has 200 hours available for gardening.  Each 0 square yards requires 2 hours for lima beans, 1 hours for spinach, and 3 hours for zucchini.a.  formulate a linear programming model to determine the optimal areas in square yards for each of the three crops.B. Solve three interations of the simplex method for this model.

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