Logistics

Head of logistics department informed the meeting of management of the same item is currently not available in sufficient quantity in all three warehouses of the company. We have the total 135 pieces. It was 37 pieces more in the warehouse No. 3 than in the warehouse No.1. Last week, after inventories, it was necessary to reinforce warehouse No.2, therefore from the warehouse No.1 transferred 44 pieces to warehouse No.2 . In warehouse No.2 is now same number of pieces as in the warehouse No.3.

Examine the feasibility and the resulting truthfulness of the words of the Head of logistics.

Result

Is it real?

Solution:

a>=44

a+b+c=135
c = 37+a
b + 44 = c

a+b+c = 135
a-c = -37
b-c = -44

a = 35
b = 28
c = 72

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