# I need a detailed assistance to solve this problem in: Operations Analysis.#4) A greengrocer has exactly 1,000 square feet available to display and sells 3 kinds of vegetables.  The space consumed by each kind of vegetable is proportional to its cost, and tomatoes consume 0.5 square feet per pound.  There is a \$100 setup cost for replenishing any of the vegetables, and the interest rate is 25% per annum.  The 3 vegetables for sale have the following data:Tomatoes: annual demand is 850 pounds and the cost per pound is \$0.29.Lettuce: annual demand is 1280 pounds and the cost per pound is \$0.45.Zucchini: annual demand is 630 pounds and the cost per pound is \$0.25.a) - What is the optimal quantity for purchasing each vegetable (include all formulas)?

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I need a detailed assistance to solve this problem in: Operations Analysis.

#4) A greengrocer has exactly 1,000 square feet available to display and sells 3 kinds of vegetables.  The space consumed by each kind of vegetable is proportional to its cost, and tomatoes consume 0.5 square feet per pound.  There is a \$100 setup cost for replenishing any of the vegetables, and the interest rate is 25% per annum.  The 3 vegetables for sale have the following data:

• Tomatoes: annual demand is 850 pounds and the cost per pound is \$0.29.
• Lettuce: annual demand is 1280 pounds and the cost per pound is \$0.45.
• Zucchini: annual demand is 630 pounds and the cost per pound is \$0.25.
• a) - What is the optimal quantity for purchasing each vegetable (include all formulas)?
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Step 1

Compute the space consumed by Lettuce:

Step 2

Compute the space consumed by Zucchini:

Step 3

Compute the economic order quantity for to...

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