mt1sample-f09 - MATH 407 MIDTERM EXAM EXAM OUTLINE November...

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November 6, 2009 MATH 407 MIDTERM EXAM SAMPLE EXAM OUTLINE Calculators are not allowed for this exam. The exam will consist of 6 questions. Questions 1-4 are worth 50 points each and questions 5 and 6 are worth 25 points each for a total of 250 points. The content of each question is as follows. Question 1: (50 points) The first question has two parts. In the first part you will be asked to recite the definition of one or more terms from the class notes and Chapters 1–3 of the text. The precise list of terms that you need to know can be found in the weekly overviews for weeks 1–3. In the second part, you will asked to provide both the statement and the proof ( as given in the on-line notes, not from the book ) of one of the three key theorems in this course: (1) The Weak Duality Theorem, (2) The Fundamental Theorem of Linear Programming, and (3) The Strong Duality Theorem . Question 2: (50 points) In this question you will be asked to model a given problem as an LP. The particular model will be chosen from the models 1 through 18 found on the class webpage.
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