103s11chap4Bsolutions

103s11chap4Bsolutions - irrelevant 225 The last column...

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Math 103, Spring 2011, Solutions to Chapter 4 homework 6 points 26. Applying Jefferson's method with a modified divisor of 11.9 leads to the following results: shift modified quota modified lower quota A 73.193 73 B 86.471 86 C 51.261 51 D 15.966 15 Total: irrelevant 225 The last column indicates how many nurses are apportioned to each shift under Jefferson's method. Any divisor between 11.876 and 11.931 will work for this problem. 6 points 36. Applying Adams' method with a modified divisor of 12.1 leads to the following results: shift modified quota modified upper quota A 71.983 72 B 85.041 86 C 50.413 51 D 15.702 16 Total:
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Unformatted text preview: irrelevant 225 The last column indicates how many nurses are apportioned to each shift under Adams' method. Any divisor between 12.098 and 12.105 will work for this problem. 6 points 46. Applying Webster's method with a modified divisor of 12.02 leads to the following results: shift modified quota rounded modified quota A 72.463 72 B 85.607 86 C 50.749 51 D 15.807 16 Total: irrelevant 225 The last column indicates how many nurses are apportioned to each shift under Webster's method. Any divisor between 12.014 and 12.035 will work for this problem....
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2012 for the course MATH 103 taught by Professor Berkowitz during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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