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73-220-Lecture12 - MidtermReview 73-220 Lecture 12 1 Agenda...

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1 Midterm Review 73-220 Lecture 12
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2 Agenda Review Last Class Network models. Midterm review Next Class
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3 Date, Time, and Place. Saturday, Mar 06, 2:00-5:00pm TC100 and TC102. Please find your seat number on the course  website. You are required to sign in at the beginning of the  exam and sign out before leaving the room.  If you  fail to sign out, you will assume the  responsibility if your midterm paper is lost.
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4 Format of the Midterm You are allowed to bring in one page single-sided-letter-sized  aid sheet. There should be no add-on features to your sheet. Stand-along non-programmable calculators are allowed. Graphical solution for a 2-variable linear programming problem. Mathematical formulations of linear programming problems,  without solving them. Sensitivity analysis of linear programming problems Based on Excel sensitivity report. Fill in the blanks. Interpretation of sensitivity report (Excel).
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5 Policies on Midterm Exam time includes writing your names. If you are late in  handing in your paper even if due to writing your name and ID, a  penalty will be applied.  If you cannot write your midterm on the scheduled date, please  see the receptionist in the Dean’s suite for appropriate  procedures to obtain approval for a makeup midterm. Relevant  forms and regulations are available from the course website.  Otherwise, a zero will be assigned to your midterm component. THE ONLY MAKEUP MIDTERM EXAM DATE IS THE  LAST DAY OF THE FINAL EXAM PERIOD AT THE END  OF THE SEMESTER.
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6 Graphical Solution Know how to draw constraint line and decide which side is  feasible.
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