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Unformatted text preview: ENGR62/MS&E111 Spring 2008 Introduction to Optimization June, 2008 Prof. Ben Van Roy Final Exam Instructions • This is a take-home, open book/notes exam. • There are 3 questions. Each has equal weight. Partial credit is possible for each question provided that what you hand in is relevant and partially solves a problem. • Collaboration is not permitted on this exam. Exam-related questions will not be answered by the teaching staff (unless you think there is a serious exam typo). If you are unsure about something in a question, do your best to answer it with the information given. • Print out and attach to the front of your exam this cover sheet with the honor code statement signed. • GOOD LUCK! Honor Code In recognition of and in the spirit of the Honor Code, I certify that I will neither give nor receive unpermitted aid on this examination and that I will report, to the best of my ability, all Honor Code violations observed by me. Name: Signature: 1. Feeding an Army (a) Suppose we wish to design a daily army diet that meets nutritional requirements at minimal cost. There are four essential nutrients with daily required quantities provided in the table below: Nutrient 1 Nutrient 2 Nutrient 3 Nutrient 4 Requirement (grams) 200 300 100 150 There are five ingredients that we can use to prepare meals. The following table provides the number of grams of each nutrient offered per kilogram of each ingredient.the number of grams of each nutrient offered per kilogram of each ingredient....
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2009 for the course ENGR 62 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '06 term at Stanford.
- Spring '06