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Question;e. \$900.;Questions 2-61 through 2-64 refer to the following;The;operations manager for the Blue Moon Brewing Co. produces two beers: Lite (L) and Dark (D). He can only get 675;gallons of malt extract per day for brewing and his brewing hours are limited;to 8 hours per day. To produce a keg of;Lite beer requires 2 minutes of time and 5 gallons of malt extract. Each keg of Dark beer needs 4 minutes of time;and 3 gallons of malt extract. Profits;for Lite beer are \$3.00 per keg and profits for Dark beer are \$2.00 per keg.;2-61 What is the;objective function?;a. P = 2L + 3D.;b. P = 2L + 4D.;c. P = 3L;+ 2D.;d. P = 4L + 2D.;e. P = 5L + 3D.;2-62 What is the;time constraint?;a. 2L +3D? 480.;b. 2L + 4D;? 480.;c. 3L+ 2D? 480.;d. 4L + 2D? 480.;e. 5L + 3D? 480.;2-63 Which of the;following is not a feasible solution?;a. (L, D) = (0, 0).;b. (L, D) = (0, 120).;c. (L, D) = (90, 75).;d. (L, D) = (135, 0).;e. (L, D);= (135, 120).;2-64 What is the;daily profit when producing the optimal amounts?;a. \$0.;b. \$240.;c. \$420.;d. \$405.;e. \$505.;Questions 2-65 through 2-68 refer to the following;The;production planner for a private label soft drink maker is planning the;production of two soft drinks: root beer (R);and sassafras soda (S). There are at most 12 hours per day of;production time and 1500 gallons per day of carbonated water available. A case of root beer requires 2 minutes of;time and 5 gallons of water to produce, while a case of sassafras soda requires;3 minutes of time and 5 gallons of water.;Profits for the root beer are \$6.00 per case, and profits for the;sassafras soda are \$4.00 per case.;2-65 What is the;objective function?;a. P = 4R + 6S.;b. P = 2R + 3S.;c. P = 6R;+ 4S.;d. P = 3R +2S.;e. P = 5R + 5S.;2-66 What is the;time constraint?;a. 2R +3S;? 720.;b. 2R + 5S? 720.;c. 3R + 2S? 720.;d. 3R + 5S? 720.;e. 5R + 5S? 720.;2-67 Which of the;following is not a feasible solution?;a. (R, S) = (0, 0).;b. (R, S) = (0, 240).;c. (R, S) = (180, 120).;d. (R, S) = (300, 0).;e. (R, S);= (180, 240).;2-68 What is the;daily profit when producing the optimal amounts?;a. \$960.;b. \$1,560.;c. \$1,800.;d. \$1,900.;e. \$2,520.

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