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58. The dummy source or destination in a transportation problem is added toJ.Satisfy rim conditionsK.Prevent solution from becoming degenerateL.Ensure that total cost does not exceed a limit M.None of the above
59. The occurrence of degeneracy while solving a transportation problem means that
60.An alternative optimal solution to a minimization transportation problem exists wheneveropportunity cost corresponding to unused route of transportation is:R.Positive & greater than zeroS.Positive with at least one equal to zero
STUDY MATERIALSEM VITYBMS61.One disadvantage of using North-West Corner rule to find initial solution to thetransportation problem is that
62. The solution to a transportation problem with ‘m’ rows (supplies) & ‘n’ columns(destination) is feasible if number of positive allocations areA.m+nB.m*nC.m+n-1D.m+n+1
63. If an opportunity cost value is used for an unused cell to test optimality, it should be
64.During an iteration while moving from one solution to the next, degeneracy may occur when
65.The large negative opportunity cost value in an unused cell in a transportation table ischosen to improvethe current solution because

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