Case problem “julia’s food booth”

Criteria 0 Unacceptable (0 points) 1 Developing (6 points) 2 Competent (9 points) 3 Exemplary (12 points) 1. Formulate an LP model for this case. (Part A). Did not submit or LP model is not sufficiently attempted and does not demonstrate a. recognizable attempt to model this case. LP model is partially correct, but has errors in the objective function or constraints. Described with 70 – 79% accuracy, clarity, and completeness. LP model has objective function and most constraints correctly specified. Described with 80 – 89% accuracy, clarity, and completeness. LP model has objective function and all constraints fully and correctly specified. Described with 90 – 100% accuracy, clarity, and completeness. 2. Solve the linear programming model formulated in Criterion 1 (Part A) Did not submit or did not solve the linear programming model accurately. Solved the linear programming model with 70 – 79% accuracy. Solved the linear programming model with 80 – 89% accuracy. Solved the linear programming model with 90 – 100% accuracy. 3. Evaluate the prospect of borrowing money before the first game. (Part B). Did not submit or did not evaluate accurately. Evaluated and explained with 70 – 79% accuracy. Evaluated and explained with 80 – 89% accuracy. Evaluated and explained with 90 – 100% accuracy. 4. Evaluate the prospect of paying a friend $100/game to assist. (Part C) Did not submit or did not evaluate accurately. Evaluated and explained with 70 – 79% accuracy. Evaluated and explained with 80 – 89% accuracy. Evaluated and explained with 90 – 100% accuracy. 5. Analyze the impact of uncertainties in the model. (Part D) Did not submit or did not analyze accurately. Analyzed the impact with 70 – 79% accuracy, logic, and completeness. Analyzed the impact with 80 – 89% accuracy, logic, and completeness. Analyzed the impact with 90 – 100% accuracy, logic, and completeness.