Unformatted text preview: For part c), some student set up nonlinear constraint and some students set up constraint that B or C can be selected when A is available. Q 3. A number of students could provide correct answer. Some students set up a set of constraint like: x 1 – x 2 <= 3 + M(1 – y) When the constraint was set to be x 1 – x 2 = 3, the actual result could be less than 3. The constraint could not be set. Q 4. Most students demonstrated branch and bound method to solve integer programming problem....
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 Fall '10
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 Natural number, Constraint, positive integer constraint

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