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9.Award: 10.0010.00pointspointsProblems? Adjust credit for all students.MC Qu. 5-9 Refer to the following sensitivity...MC Qu. 5-9 Refer to the following sensitivity...Refer to the following sensitivity report:Variable CellsCellCellNameNameFinal ValueFinal ValueReduced CostReduced CostObjective CoefficientObjective CoefficientAllowableAllowableIncreaseIncreaseAllowableAllowableDecreaseDecrease$B$2Product_102521E+30$B$3Product_2175071E+301$B$4Product_301.591.51E+30ConstraintsCellCellNameNameFinal ValueFinal ValueShadow PriceShadow PriceConstraint R.H.SideConstraint R.H.SideAllowableAllowableIncreaseIncreaseAllowableAllowableDecreaseDecrease$H$9Resource_A001001E+30100$H$10Resource_B52508001E+30275$H$11Resource_C7001.75700366.6666667700If the objective function coefficient for Product_1 were changed to 6 and the objective function coefficient forProduct_3 were changed to 10, what would be the effect on the optimal solution?The optimal solution remains the same.The optimal solution may or may not remain the same.The optimal solution will change.The shadow prices are valid.None of the answer choices is correct.Applying the 100% rule, the change in Product_1 is 50% of the allowable increase 12=50%. The change in Product_3is 66.67% of the allowable increase 11.5=66.67%. The total change of 116.67% (50% + 66.67%) exceeds 100%, so theimpact of this change is uncertain.
Multiple ChoiceMultiple ChoiceDifficulty: 3 HardMC Qu. 5-9 ReferMC Qu. 5-9 Referto the followingto the followingsensitivity...sensitivity...Learning Objective:Evaluate simultaneouschanges in objectivefunction coefficients todetermine whether thechanges are smallenough that the originaloptimal solution muststill be optimal.
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