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d. The slack time for
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MGMT 30600: Management Science HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 1
Fall 2011
Homework assignment must be prepared individually or in a group of two students. Only one report needs to be submitted for a group. Due Date: Wednesday, September 7th, 2011. Question 1 (15%):
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Question 1 (15%): Chapter 1 Question 8
Decision variables:
X1: number of automobiles to buy
X2: number of SUVs to buy
X3: number of trucks to buy
Max 2000X1 + 4500X2 + 3850X3
s.t. 35000X1 + 40000X2
MGMT 30600 Quiz 1, Fall 2013
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MGMT 30600: Management Science
Spring 2013
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 5
Homework assignments must be prepared individually or in a group of two students. Only one
report must be submitted for the group.
1. Computer results, including Excel spreadsheet models and
ManagementScienceM30600
Instructor: Dr. Patrick Johanns
Office: 232 Krannert Center
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b. The LFT of C is 8.0 days.
c. The EST of G is 5.0 days.
d. The slack time for
MGMT 306: Management Science HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 2
Fall 2010
Homework assignment must be prepared individually or in a group of two students. Only one report needs to be submitted for a group. Please drop off your homework with Julie in 519 KRAN. Due Date
Decision Analysis
Introduction to Decision Analysis. v Decision Rules v Decision Trees v Multistage Decisions v Expected value of perfect and sample information. v Using Precision Tree to solve multistage decision trees. v Sensitivity Analysis
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MGMT 30600: Management Science
Spring 2013
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 3
Homework assignments must be prepared individually or in a group of two students from the same
section. Only one report must be submitted for the group.
1. Computer results, including Excel
MGMT 30600 Quiz 3, Fall 2012
Name:
Session: _
Jeff Brown is pondering on which credit cards from the following candidates should be
applied in order to borrow a total of $20,000 from them. Each credit card has an annual
fee, an APR (Annual Percentage Rate
Question I. Using the following constraints and their graphical representation, answer the following multiplechoice questions. The shaded region with corner points A, B, C, D is the feasible region.
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a. b. c. d.
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Chapter 9 Problem 3
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d2
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S3
$50
$40
$35
S4
$45
$30
$40
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$40
$60
$80
Min Price
$50
$60
$80
$35
$30
$20
a. If you take the optimistic approach, you should take d3.
b. If you take a conservative ap
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Nonlinear Optimization
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HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 2
Homework assignment must be prepared individually or in a group of two students. Only one
report needs to be submitted for a group. Every assignment must include