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Advanced MathQ&A LibraryA department store chain has up to $22,000 to spend on television advertising for a sale. All ads will be placed with one television station, where a 30-second ad costs$1,000 on daytime TV and is viewed by 14,000 potential customers, $2,000 on prime-time TV and is viewed by 24,000 potential customers, and $1,500 on late-nightTV and is viewed by 18,000 potential customers. The television station will not accept a total of more than 20 ads in all three time periods.How many ads should be placed in each time period in order to maximize the number of potential customers who will see the ads?? How many potential customers willsee the ads? (lgnore repeated viewings of the ad by the same potential customer.) Include an interpretation of any nonzero slack variables in the optimal solution.Select the correct choice below and fill in any answer boxes present in your choice.A. The maximum number of potential customers who see the ads isdaytime ads,prime-time ads, andlate-night ads are placed.people whenO B. There is no way to maximize the number of potential customersClick to select and enter your answer(s) and then click Check Answer.partremaining1Clear AllCheck AnswerQuestion

Asked Oct 9, 2019

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Step 1

Let the number of ads on daytime, prime time late night is x , y , z respectively.

Since the number of ads are 20 and the cost of ads cannot exceed $22000.

Therefore,

Step 2

The problem is

Step 3

Since use the slack variable s1 and s2 to make the problem ...

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