# Question 1 Part B: 3. (25 pts) A curtain manufacturer receives three orders for curtain material with widths and lengths as follows: Order Number Width (m) Number of rolls 2 2 4.9 Rolls of curtain material are produced in two standard widths, 7 and 10 m. These can be cut to the sizes specified by the order. There is no practical length limitation as rolls can be joined together. Determine the production plan that minimizes the curtain 3 60 54 20

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Transcribed Image Text: 1 Part B: 3. (25 pts) A curtain manufacturer receives three orders for curtain material with widths and lengths as follows: Order Number Width (m) Number of rolls 2 2 4.9 Rolls of curtain material are produced in two standard widths, 7 and 10 m. These can be cut to the sizes specified by the order. There is no practical length limitation as rolls can be joined together. Determine the production plan that minimizes the curtain 3 60 54 20
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Transcribed Image Text: 1 Part B: 3. (25 pts) A curtain manufacturer receives three orders for curtain material with widths and lengths as follows: Order Number Width (m) Number of rolls 2 2 4.9 Rolls of curtain material are produced in two standard widths, 7 and 10 m. These can be cut to the sizes specified by the order. There is no practical length limitation as rolls can be joined together. Determine the production plan that minimizes the curtain 3 60 54 20