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IELM_assignment_3_comment - IELM 202, Assignment #3 Comment...

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IELM 202, Assignment #3 Comment Q. 1 In general, the students understood how to convert a primal problem to the dual problem. However, some students forgot to point out which variables are basic and which variables are non-basic. The characteristic of non-basic variable is the value must be equal to either the lower bound or the upper bound. In this question, the lower bound is zero. The characteristic of basic variable is the value must be in between the lower bound and the upper bound. In this question, the variable must be grater than zero. Q 2. Most students could give correct answer. They demonstrated how to use dual method and complementary slackness theorem to discover the primal solution. Some students missed to plot the iso-value contour to show that you applied graphical method to find out the solution. Some students did not shade the feasible region by using graphical method. Some students forgot to provide the objective function value.
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2011 for the course IELM IELM202 taught by Professor D during the Fall '10 term at HKUST.

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IELM_assignment_3_comment - IELM 202, Assignment #3 Comment...

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