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IE426 Course Survey—Quiz #0 Name: email: Background Mathematics Mathematicians are like Frenchmen: whatever you say to them they translate into their own language and forthwith it is something entirely different." —Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Please answer the following questions as regards your views on mathematical notation: True or False: Mathematical notation freaks me out. People use mathematical notation simply to make themselves feel smart On a scale of 1-100, with 1 being “What’s Cal-cool-us” and 100 being “I have a short proof of Goldbach’s conjecture”, please rate your level of “mathematical sophistica- tion?”. Maybe mention the math classes you have taken, and how long ago you took them. Rating: Courses/Dates: 1

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Linear Programming Please list any linear programming or operations research courses you have taken:
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Unformatted text preview: True or False: • I have used Mosel. • I have used AMPL. • I have used Microsoft Excel ’Solver’ • I have used any linear programming software. (If so, name which ones). • I have used mathematical programming modeling software. (If so, name which ones). Case Study Select three people in the class with which you might like to be in a project group? Assign 10 points (total) to the people you pick, with a higher score indicating a higher preference. You may also indicate “no preference”. Person 1: Points: Person 2: Points: Person 3: Points: Comments Is there anything else you think I should know, or anything else that you would like ot learn in this class? Now’s your chance! 2...
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