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Table of Contents BÀI 1-­‐11: A CAPITAL BUDGETING PROBLEM: PROJECT SELECTION ........................................... 2 BÀI 1-­‐12: SHORT-­‐TERM FINANCIAL PLANNING ........................................................................ 4 BÀI 1-­‐13: BLENDING PROBLEM ............................................................................................... 8 BÀI 1-­‐14: PRODUCTION PROCESS MODELS ........................................................................... 15 BÀI 1-­‐15: INVENTORY MODEL ............................................................................................... 19 BÀI 1-­‐16: MULTIPERIOD FINANCIAL PLANNING ..................................................................... 23 BÀI 1-­‐17: MULTIPERIOD WORK SCHEDULING ........................................................................ 26 BÀI 1-­‐18: GRUMMINS ENGINE DIESEL TRUCK PRODUCTION .................................................. 29 BÀI 1-­‐19: A WHEAT WAREHOUSE .......................................................................................... 31 BÀI 1-­‐20: FLORAL SHOP ........................................................................................................ 34 BÀI 1-­‐21: ENERGY RESOURCE COMBINATION ....................................................................... 36

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