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DMOR-Midterm-01 - UF-ESI-6314 Problem Statement page 1 of 6...

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UF-ESI-6314 0f107e525d73b4f474a02e346db0ee616dff720b.xls Problem Statement page 1 of 6 package page _ of _ Luther Setzer 1 NASA Pkwy E Stop NEM3, Kennedy Space Center, FL 32899 (321) 544-7435 Question 1 (15 points): True/False and why/why not The following five questions are true/false. Credit is given only if a brief rationale is provided with your answers. (A sentence or two will suffice.) A simple "true" or "false" will not earn any points.
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UF-ESI-6314 0f107e525d73b4f474a02e346db0ee616dff720b.xls Part A page 2 of 6 package page _ of _ Luther Setzer 1 NASA Pkwy E Stop NEM3, Kennedy Space Center, FL 32899 (321) 544-7435 Part A (3 points): All optimal solutions to a linear program exist at extreme points. False . A set of optimal solutions can also exist along a line between two extreme points. See Homework 3 Question 3 Part G for an example. In that problem, the iterations led to an optimal solution of z = x 1 + x 2 = 8 along the line x 2 = 8 - x 1 so that a range of solutions existed from x 1 = 8/3 to 4 and x 2 = 4 to 16/3 along that line.
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UF-ESI-6314 0f107e525d73b4f474a02e346db0ee616dff720b.xls Part B
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