Hill-O-Beans Coffee Company blends four component beans into three final blends of coffee: one is sold to luxury

Hill-O-Beans Coffee Company blends four component beans into three final blends of coffee: one is sold to luxury

hotels, another to restaurants, and the third to supermarkets for store label brands. The company has four reliable bean supplies: Robusta, Javan Arabica, Liberica, and Brazilian Arabica. The folowing tablesummarizes the very precise recipes for the final coffee blends, the cost and availablilty information for the four components, and the wholesale price per pound of the final blends. The percentages indicate the fraction of each component to be used in each blend.

Component Hotel Restaurant Market Cost/Pound Max Weekly Available (lbs)

Robusta 20% 35% 10% $0.60 40,000

Javan Arabica 40% 15% 35% $0.80 25,000

Liberica 15% 20% 40% $0.55 20,000

Brazilian Arabica 25% 30% 15% $0.70 45,000

Wholesale Price

Per Pound $1.25 $1.50 $1.40

The processor’s plant can handle no more than 100,000 pounds per week, but there is virtually unlimited demand for the final blends. However, the marketing department requires minimum production levels of 10,000, 25,000, and 30,000 pounds, respectively, for the hotel, restaurant, and market blends.

a. In order to maiximize weekly profit, how many pounds of each component should be purchased?

b. What is the economic value os an additional pound’s worth of plant capacity?

c. How much (per pound) should Hill-O-Beans be willing to pay for additional pounds of Liberica in order to raise total profit?

d. Construct a graph to show how optimal profit varies with the minimum weekly production level of the hotel blend.

e. Construct a graph to show how the optimal profit varies with the unit cost of Robusta beans.

How can the theme “fear” be achieved through the characters of the novel “The Heart of Darkness”?

How can the theme “fear” be achieved through the characters of the novel “The Heart of Darkness”?

explain digital input for a PLC and give 3 examples.

explain digital input for a PLC and give 3 examples.

Using the Boolean theorem……….. Prove: XY+Y’=X+Y’

Using the Boolean theorem………..              Prove:     XY+Y’=X+Y’

I am currently taking Engineering Decisions Support Systems, I am searching for a tutor that

I am currently taking Engineering Decisions Support Systems, I am searching for a tutor that

is familiar with the following ( Assessing Probability in Decision making, Conditional Probability, Bayes Theorem, Utility Theory, Multi-Additive Utility Function, Probability Calculus: Law of total Probability, Subjective Probability, Construct the Utility Function). I will submitting my questions Tomorrow at 5 pm. There will be a total of 3 questions, the questions will be based on the above subjects, There is a time limit on the questions, which is 4 hours. So I need someone to be very familiar and available between 5 to 9 pm US Central Time.   

Write 5-6 pages ( double spaces) paper in which you examine the theme of rebellion in The Brothers Karamazov. Clear thesis that laying out what you are going to say in the essay followed by a series of logical argument that make your point there is no need to use secondary sources for this sort of paper

Write 5-6 pages ( double spaces)  paper in which you examine the theme of rebellion in The Brothers

Karamazov.

Clear thesis that laying out what you are going to say in the essay

followed by a series of logical argument that make your point

there is no need to use secondary sources for this sort of paper

Write 6 pages (double spaces) paper analyzing the theme of children in Brothers Karamazov from Fyodor Dostoevsky. Be sure to state your thesis, clear information that addresses the theme, follow by series of logical arguments that make your point. There is no need to use secondary sources for this sort of paper.

Write 6 pages (double spaces)  paper analyzing the theme of children in Brothers Karamazov from

Fyodor Dostoevsky. Be sure to state your thesis, clear information that addresses the theme, follow by series of logical arguments that make your point. There is no need to use secondary sources for this sort of paper.

Does this site check work on grammar sentence structure?

Does this site check work on grammar sentence structure? 

This exercise must be printed out, completed, and submitted in person at the beginning of the hour in your assigned section. Grading: 10 = superior work; 9 = above average; 8 = good; 7 = acceptable; 6 = substandard; 5 and below = unacceptable.

Exercise 3     E 316L Bruster         Name________________

This exercise must be printed out, completed, and submitted in person at the beginning of the hour in your assigned section. Grading: 10 = superior work; 9 = above average; 8 = good; 7 = acceptable; 6 = substandard; 5 and below = unacceptable.

This exercise asks you to complete the sentence at the bottom of the page after doing some reading, re-reading, and thinking. Its goal is to show you that words can change their meaning in a different context. Here are steps to follow: (1) focus on the beginning of Hamlet’s second soliloquy in 2.2, which will be our text:

O what a rogue and peasant slave am I! 
Is it not monstrous that this player here, 
But in a fiction, in a dream of passion, 
Could force his soul so to his own conceit 
That, from her working, all his visage wann’d, 
Tears in his eyes, distraction in’s aspect, 
A broken voice, and his whole function suiting 
With forms to his conceit? And all for nothing! 
For Hecuba! 

(2) select any and all words of interest to you in the passage above; (3) search for instances of those words in the rest of Hamlet (plural and singular variants are okay, as are other forms of the word—rogue and rogues and roguish, etc.); for this step, feel free to use an online text such as that found at opensourceshakespeare.org or shakespeare.mit.edu. Note that these Hamlet  texts may differ slightly (in spelling, lineation, etc.) from ours; (4) once you have identified an interestingly different usage of any word in the passage above, please complete the following sentence. You are to finish only this one sentence (no more will be graded):

“The word __________ in the passage above is used differently by _______________

[character]

in the line reading “___________________________________”

(   .   .     ) [act.scene.line citation]; the difference lies in _______________________________ and this shows us ________________________________________________

_______________________________________________.”

Literature works more than one way, of course, so there are a lot of messages to be found in The Tempest. Let’s try to get deeper into postcolonial analysis to continue our discussion this week. Consider the historical context for the play. Ultimately, what is the message about the dynamics of colonization? What do we learn about motivations, assumptions, and/or anxieties with Europe exploring the “New World”? giving evidence to help support your perspective.

Literature works more than one way, of course, so there are a lot of messages to be found in The

Tempest. Let’s try to get deeper into postcolonial analysis to continue our discussion this week.

Consider the historical context for the play. Ultimately, what is the message about the dynamics of colonization? What do we learn about motivations, assumptions, and/or anxieties with Europe exploring the “New World”?

giving evidence to help support your perspective.