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# Test 2 old - 1 In an optimization problem the values that...

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1. In an optimization problem the values that must be chosen in order to define a solution to the problem are called the (a) Decision Variables (b) Constraints (c) Objective Functions (d) Extreme Points 2. Bama Sporting Goods operates stores in Huntsville, Birmingham, Montgomery, and Mobile. BSG needs to build a single distribution center to supply these four stores. The annual shipments and location coordinates for these stores are given in the table below. Use the center of gravity heuristic procedure to calculate the Y coordinate for this distribution center. (a) 13156 (b) 139.8 (c) 88.3 (d) 62.3 3. BSG has identified two potential sites. The table below compares these sites across several site location factors. Using the location factor rating procedure, what is the total weighted score for Site 1 ? (a) 400 (b) 410 (c) 420 (d) 430 4. The network of business processes (such as sourcing raw materials and manufacturing and assembling the product) that deliver a product or service to the customer is called a (a) Distribution Center (b) Delivery Rout (c) Pipeline (d) Supply Chain 5. In the transportation industry the term LTL commonly stands for (a) Less than a Truck Load (b) Level Truck Load (c) Lead Time Load (d) Limited Truck Line

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## This note was uploaded on 02/11/2009 for the course OM 300 taught by Professor Hill during the Spring '08 term at Alabama.

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