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A) Solve the following linear program graphically. How many extreme points exist for this problem?

Min | 150X + 210Y |

s.t. | 3.8X + 1.2Y ≥ 22.8 |

Y ≥ 6 | |

Y ≤ 15 | |

45X + 30Y = 630 | |

X, Y ≥ 0 |

B)

Comfort Plus Inc. (CPI) manufactures a standard dining chair used in restaurants. The demand forecasts for quarter 1 (January–March) and quarter 2 (April–June) are 3700 chairs and 4200 chairs, respectively. CPI has a policy of satisfying all demand in the quarter in which it occurs.

The chair contains an upholstered seat that can be produced by CPI or purchased from DAP, a subcontractor. DAP currently charges $12.50 per seat, but has announced a new price of $13.75, effective April 1. CPI can produce the seat at a cost of $10.25. CPI can produce up to 3800 seats per quarter.

Seats that are produced or purchased in quarter 1 and used to satisfy demand in quarter 2 cost CPI $1.50 each to hold in inventory, but maximum inventory cannot exceed 300 seats.

Formulate this problem as a linear programming problem.

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