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Hello MGT2251 Class, Here are the solutions to both Form A and Form B for Exam#2 (June 20, 2001). The principals covered on these exams will be the material used to write the comprehensive portion of the Final Exam. RHB
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MGT 2251 Summer Semester 2001 Exam #2 (Form P) Professor Robert Burgess Page 1 of 1 Name ____________________________ SS#________________________ Please establish a code with any combination of four numbers and or letters. This code will be used to post your exam grade on the Classweb. DO NOT use your initials or your SS#. Write your code below and on the sheet provided for your records. Exam Code: There are 17 questions worth a total of 100 points. The breakdown of question type and points is provided below. Your score in this exam will count for 20% of your semester grade. Question Type Points each Question Total Points for the Section Number Incorrect Points Off 6 - True / False 2 12 6 - Multiple Choice 3 18 10 - Short Answer 5 50 Partial Credit Graphical IP Solution 20 20 Total OFF= Exam Score= 2. Please write your answer in the space provided after the questions. If you need more space use the backside of the page, and refer to your doing this on the front side of the page. There are 7 pages including this top page. Make sure that you have all the pages. 3. Read the questions carefully and define your variables clearly. 4. Please be neat when the solution requires you to draw. 5. You must show all work to get full credit.
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MGT 2251 Summer Semester 2001 Exam #2 (Form P) Professor Robert Burgess Page 2 of 2 Circle the correct answer (2 points each / 12 points total) T or F 1. Integer linear programming is more difficult than standard linear programming, because there are typically far more possible feasible solutions to evaluate. ( T – page 162 of text ) T or F 2. Integer linear programming, like standard linear programming, yields a great amount of sensitivity analysis information. ( F – page 168 of text ) T or F 3. Binary linear programming is a subset of integer linear programming, but not a subset of standard linear programming. ( F – page 176 of text ) T or F 4. A rounded standard linear programming solution to a problem that has integer requirements may not be optimal, but it may be feasible . ( T – page 167 of text ) . T or F 5. One approach for solving an integer linear programming problem is simply to enumerate all feasible points, and select the one yielding the "best" value for the objective function; because the number of feasible integer points is usually very small, even for small problems, that this approach is very efficient for solving most models . ( F – page 167 of text ) . T or F 6. The feasible region for a two variable mixed integer linear programming (MILP) model is a set of parallel lines . ( T – page 171 of text ) . ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Write your answer on the line (3 points each / 18 points total) ______ 7. An integer linear programming model is solved using linear programming and the optimal solution to the linear programming model happens to be an integer solution. Statement #1 . This solution is also optimal for the integer model. Statement #2 . Sensitivity analysis for the integer model can be done using
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