# Case Study Mars

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We assume that all items can be over-supplied and no item will be under-supplied. Then the decision of whether to accept a bid is a series of binary values (1/0). We use Solver to change these binary values to get the lowest cost \$4,169.

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Case Study Mars|| || || |Re:| Mars Case Model Summary|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Base CaseWe assume that all items can be over-supplied and no item will be under-supplied. Then the decision of whether to accept a bid is a series of binary values (1/0). We use Solver to change these binary values to get the lowest cost \$4,169. -------------------------------------------------Adding Constraints of Number of Suppliers (a)In addition to the constraint in the base case (supply > demand), we add a row of binar

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