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    (Original post by Student403)
    That's not correct logic.

    Plug in values if you don't believe me.

    Let's say a standard container holds 1 unit of storage. Therefore a deluxe container holds 1.5 units, yes? (since deluxe is 150% of standard)

    Let's say we bought 4 standard containers and 7 deluxe containers.

    C = x + 1.5y

    C = 4 + 1.5(7) = 14.5 units

    (you know this is correct because you can work it out yourself doing 4 * 1 + 7 * 1.5 = 14.5)
    Wait so what are you trying to say the answer is
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    For the linear programming I forgot to plot the first point urghhhh
    Therefore my x and y value from simultaneous equations was wrong
    I got the objective function
    I then used these values to put them in the objective function
    Overall how many marks am I likely to get
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    (Original post by igotohaggerston)
    Wait so what are you trying to say the answer is
    C = x + 1.5y
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    mark scheme anywhere??? cant find it
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    the question said the capacity of y is 50% greater than that of x hence the total capacity will be C = x + ( y +0.5X) giving you C = 1.5x +y
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    Who was the paper pls
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    Who else thought it was bun pips?
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    Anyone else get this for the matching answer

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    That paper was grim oml worst way to end exams possible
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    (Original post by vishva97)
    the question said the capacity of y is 50% greater than that of x hence the total capacity will be C = x + ( y +0.5X) giving you C = 1.5x +y
    Relax, breath take it easy hear yourself . lets forget the 50% it said y>x so why would you have 1.5x when the container of y is greater than x
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    (Original post by Pablo Picasso)
    Who was the paper pls
    Technically, I have it. But I ain't sharing it just yet.
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    Is there an unofficial mark scheme anywhere?
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    (Original post by EricPiphany)
    Technically, I have it. But I ain't sharing it just yet.
    I beg you, please, or atleast you can send it to me.
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    (Original post by vishva97)
    the question said the capacity of y is 50% greater than that of x hence the total capacity will be C = x + ( y +0.5X) giving you C = 1.5x +y
    You're saying y = y + 0.5x ...

    X holds 10 units. Y holds 50% more = 15 units. It's x + 1.5y.
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    (Original post by Pablo Picasso)
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    Lol nice, but I also put 'failure for D1' as one of them...
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    (Original post by Nuggetsarelife)
    Im a million percent sure
    Prim= 80
    Optimal Vertex = 11,4
    Total Cost = £480
    Was it not 9,5 and the cost £505?
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    (Original post by SP98)
    Was it not 9,5 and the cost £505?
    V was between 10 and 11 for X, and 4 and 5 for Y
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    135, for the final output right?
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    (Original post by vishva97)
    the question said the capacity of y is 50% greater than that of x hence the total capacity will be C = x + ( y +0.5X) giving you C = 1.5x +y
    Would P=cx+1.5cy get the mark where c is the capacity?
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    (Original post by veldt127)
    V was between 10 and 11 for X, and 4 and 5 for Y
    I'm not fully certain, but don't these values give the optimal number and fit within the enclosed region?
 
 
 
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