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Unformatted text preview: CO 355 Mathematical Optimization (Fall 2010) Assignment 2 Due: Thursday October 14th, in class. Policy. No collaboration is allowed. You may use the course notes / textbook and the lecture slides, but please be very specific when using citing results found there. (Dont just say from some claim in class we know.....) Every other resource that you might stumble upon must be properly referenced. You are welcome to seek help from the current instructor and TAs for CO 355. The Fundamental Theorem of Linear Programming: We now complete the proof of this theorem. Question 1: (10 points) In class we proved the following variant of Farkas Lemma: Ax b has no solution y 0 such that y T A = 0 and y T b &lt; (1) Using Eq. (1), prove the following variant of Farkas Lemma: Mu = d, u 0 has no solution w such that w T M 0 and w T d &lt; . (2) Question 2: (10 points) Consider the LP max { c T x : Ax b } . Suppose that it is feasible but its dual is in feasible. Use thefeasible....
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This note was uploaded on 06/16/2011 for the course CO 355 taught by Professor Harvey during the Winter '10 term at Waterloo.
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