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Unformatted text preview: Test 4 e9an 5 Simplex II Exam IE 380
Spring 2003 This test is to be completed inclass, with no notes. Calculators are allowed, but if a particular
solution method is required, it must be used to receive full credit for the problem. The entire
class period is allowed for the exam, please do your work that you want graded on the provided paper. Turn off your cellphone. Please indicate which two problems you want graded in an unambiguous way!!!
CIRCLE YES or NO for each PROBLEM!!! If you do not tell me which problems to grade, I will grade 1 and 2 only! You can only get 100% on this test! Problem 1 Grade? YES NO
Problem 2 Grade? YES NO Problem 3 Grade? YES NO ill/“l Ll Sig/075% 1. Progress City is studying the feasibility of introducing a mass transit bus system that will alleviate the smog problem by reducing in—city driving. The study seeks the determination
of the minimum number of buses that can handle the transportation needs of the population.
The union of bus drivers requires workers be given 8 hour shifts on the same bus, so busses
will be used in 8 hour shifts as well. The city engineer has analyzed the demand data and determined the following minimum number of busses to satisfy demand as follows: Minimum number i
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