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Unformatted text preview: Sorting Number: \ t S b) (6 points) For each of the four optimization problems described below, ﬁll in the blank to indicate Whether the problem should be solved using linea1 programming, quadratic programming, or nonhnearprogrammmg V \ WW m _.-. Problem 1: minimize x12 — 4x1§c2 '+ 3x; — 29c2 subject to 2x1 — 3x} = O by changing x1 and 3.2. Type of p1 oblem Qlﬁﬂuﬂtk, p10g1amm1ng Pioblem 2' minimize 3x1 — x2 subject to @ 5x2 S 7 by changingiL andx 4 Type of problem: NON” \E‘NB HK programming Problem 3: minimize 2(Si11(x1)+ 3x2 subject to 5x1 +29172 =7 ‘ ‘7 ' by changing x1 and x2 Type of problem: NVN’ \[ N B 91 “— programming Problem 4: minimize x1 + 41c2 subject to 3xl — x2 S 6 by changing x1 and xi Type of problem: “Nbﬂﬁ programming 7 Fall 2009 ...
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