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Unformatted text preview: Name I See Math 110, EXAM 2A Mar 3 l, 2004 Show All Work! (1 7)_ ' 1.Graph the following system of linear equations on the grid below. Label each line with
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T®a) If x_<_y anda<0, then x+a2y+a €610“ correc/i' QM‘ng @F b) If a linear programming problem in two unknowns has only one optimal
. solution, it must occur at a comer point. ® F c) Not every linear programming problem has an optimal solution. V
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. a B ) W04: D 7 T®e) The intersection of two sets, A an s the set {x i xe A or xe B}. @ F 1) Ifn(A) = 11, n(B) = 12 and n(AuB) = 1s, n(AmB) = 5. T® g) If n(AxB) = 18 and n(B) '3 9 then n(A) = 9. (16) 4. Write a mathematical model for the following situation Clearly identify
variables, objective and constraints. DO NOT SOLVE THE MODEL. Cathy’s Catering delivers two types of luncheon buffets: standard and deluxe.
Each standard buffet requires 6 sandwich platters and 5 dessert displays while each
deluxe buffet requires 4 sandwich platters, 3 hot plates, and 6 dessert displays. Cathy has
45 sandwich platters, 20 hot plates and 56 dessert displays available. Due to demand,
Cathy must deliver at least 2 deluxe luncheon buffets and no more than twice as many
standard buffets as deluxe buffets. If the proﬁt on each standard buffet is $120 and the
proﬁt on each deluxe buﬁ‘et is $135, how many buﬂ’ets of each type should Cathy deliver
to maximize her proﬁt? My 1 1,M#=vi—simciwri~
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running for attorney general. What is the total number of possible outcomes? “(was MM Ms)
3’ 3 rt (6) 7.Your favorite ice cream shop offers a total of 25 ﬂavors. 15 of these ﬂavors have
chocolate as an ingredient and 17 have ﬁ'uit as an ingredient. Assuming that all of them
have either chocolate or fruit or both as an ingredient, how many have both? lit ntmcif
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C = The set of her baskets that contain candy.
F = The set of her baskets that contain fruit. Using set notation (union, intersection, complement, etc), write each subset in
terms ofB, C, and F. a) The set of baskets that contain fruit or candy.
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b) The set of baskets that contain candy and a beverage.
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(@) 9. A survey of 100 showed that 15 owned CDs, 12 owned bonds, 14 owned stocks, 3 owned bonds and CDs, 5 owned stocks and CDs, 6 owned stocks and bonds
and 2 owned stocks, bonds and CDs. , (i b) a. . Solve the Venn diagram, where CD is the set of people who own CDs, B is
the set of people who own bonds and ST is the set of people who own stocks. 2% Q—g'Z. ZPT (he?) T) gal 2!” 44—55:) d=3 Zr!” was a 10:4 2;)?“ mgﬂiwziIS—A (1:9
210+ Quﬂwzil =9 (“35’ AtQKJLfSam rt‘) 2V? mgfcedearhgfheiwz) he?! (7;) b. How many people own no more than one of these types of investment? 5W HONOR PLEDGE: I pledge on my honor that I have not given or received any
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