c. Write a constraint modeling a situation in which project 1 or 4 must be undertaken, but not both.

Dolly Robinson 2020-12-02 Answered
c. Write a constraint modeling a situation in which project 1 or 4 must be undertaken, but not both.
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Step 1 Note: It is considered as a capital budgeting problem with six projects represented by binary variables, x1,x2,x3,x4,x5 and x6. It is given that the constraint modelling a situation in which project 1 or 4 must be undertaken, but not both. Step 2 The constraint model for the situation when projects 1and 4 are undertaken will be: x1+x4=1 Where x3, and x5 represents project 3 and 5.

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