IEOR162_Midterm1_Solution

IEOR162_Midterm1_Solution - IEOR 162, Spring 2010 Suggested...

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Suggested Solution to Midterm 1 1. (Your optimal solution is graded according to your feasible region and isoprofit line. Your z * and binding constraints are graded according to your optimal solution. Your Part (e) is graded according to your feasible region.) (a) See the graph below. (b) See the graph below. x x 1 2 (1) (2) (3) isoprofit improving direction (c) The problem is unbounded (no matter how far you push your isoprofit line, you can still find a feasible point on the isoprofit line). Therefore, z * = ( -∞ ). If you claim ( - 1 3 , - 14 3 ) as your optimal solution, you should answer z * = 25 3 here. (d) Since there is no optimal solution, there is no binding constraint “at the optimal solu- tion”. If you claim ( - 1 3 , - 14 3 ) as your optimal solution, you should answer constraints (1) and (2) here. (e) i. Multiple solutions. Please note this is “min” rather than “max”. ii. Unbounded.
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