How to Solve Linear Problem Guide
Most spreadsheet programs have the capability to solve small linear
programming problems. Windows' version of Lotus 123 has a tool
called SOLVER that solves various mathematical programming problems. This
note describes t
Test Sheet (Use as Guide)
Calculation of Sums of Squares:
1. Total Sum of Squares: (SST)
SST = (Xij - X)2 with b * k 1 degrees of freedom
In the example the grand mean = X = 89.4. Thus
SST = (90 - 89.4)2 + (93 - 89.4)2 + (92 - 89.4)2 + (94 - 89.4)2 + (96
Sensitivity Analysis Notes
Objective Function Coefficients(OFC)
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When the Objective function coefficient (OFC) a variable changes
this affects the slope of the contours only.
o
When OFC of the variable on the vertical axis increases the
contours become f
Lecture 3 Notes
ANDOMIZED BLOCK DESIGN :
This is a technique of ANOVA which is an extension of the equality of means
of two populations with matched (paired) samples to more than two
populations. In this technique the subjects which are similar in everyth
Hypothesis Testing Lecture Notes
Summary of Hypothesis Testing
1. Make an assumption about a population or populations (generally about some
quantitative aspect such as mean, proportion etc.)
2. Choose a level of significance (tolerable probability of rej
HW Assignment 10 Answers
4-50
a) No effect the short dovel constraint is not binding and has 360 slack
units;
b)nothing, again 360 extra short dovels can absorb this shortfall;
c) 1240 and up ( allowable increase is infinity allowable decrease 360,
the sl
HW 8 Answers
1. Let xij be the currency i exchanged into currency j (measured in
denomination of i), and yi be the final holding of currency i (measured in
currency's own denomination)
Max 1.0y1 + 1.6785y2 + .1840y3 + .6211y4 + .0085y5 st
y1
= 2.0 + 1.665
Step by Step Problem Solving on Excel
1. Worksheet representation of the model:
The problem can be represented in a wide variety of ways. There is no rigid
form requirement. The only requirements are that you have cells for the
problem variables; a formul