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When the demand goes up, the price may decrease by 3%, with 12% probability; the demand goes down and price up by 3%, with 36% probability; and demand and price go down by 2% with probability 74%. A small and large plant can be built in year 1 or year 2. Determine the optimum policy for plant placements. 8 Plants can be placed in any one of the 5 locations. The costs of shipping from locations to the existing warehouses are follows: Warehouse Plant 1 2 3 A 16 B 12 C 10 D 13 E 7 Requirements at the warehouse per year 35 18 15 8 9 12 50 9 15 14 11 16 85 Plants can be built with two capacities, of 100 or 150 units per year.
When demand goes up, the unit price can go up by 5% with a probability of 80%, and when Plant Locations and Capacity Determination 33 it goes down, the price goes down by 10% with a probability of 20%. 7. Let U and D define up or down changes, and let the first letter be associated with demand and the second with price. For example, UU means demand is up and price is up in that year. 28 There are four possible states at the end of first year, and for each state in the first year, there are four possible states in the second year, for a total of 16 states.
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