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Quiz 002 LP Introduction: OR/MS Summer 2014
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Quiz 004 Decision Trees: OR/MS Summer 2014
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Quiz 005 Sim: OR/MS Summer 2014
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Questions 5
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Quiz 003 Integer Programming: OR/MS Summer 2014
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Quiz 001 INFORMS video: OR/MS Summer 2014
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Instructions
Problem (Ray Clark Sub Shoppe)
12-22 (12-21 in 6th ed., 12-20 in 5th ed., 12-17 in 4th ed.)
Suppose that sales are normally (not uniformly) distributed with mean $110,000 and standard
deviation $9,500. (Ignore the 90,000 and 120,000 range sta

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d) Pcfw_favorable breakpoint
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Payoff Table
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g) Other alte

Problem: (30 points) Due to the NBA lockout, Toledo is creating a professional
mens basketball team, The Toledo Strike Busters. Coach Jim Shortes is trying to
choose a starting lineup of five (5) players from a pool of nine (9) players, each
with the capa

Problem: (30 points) Due to the NBA lockout, Toledo is creating a professional
mens basketball team, The Toledo Strike Busters. Coach Jim Shortes is trying to
choose a starting lineup of five (5) players from a pool of nine (9) players, each with
the capa

You manage the Farmer Bob grocery chain. Each week, you receive a large shipment of
bananas that is sent directly from the growers. The time it takes for the bananas to reach
your distribution facility varies from shipment to shipment it may take as littl

1) (22 points) The NBS television network is considering whether or not to
produce a new reality show The Surreal Bachelorette Nanny Swap for the
summer replacement season. The cost of production is estimated to be $400,000.
The NBS executives estimate th

1) (22 points) The NBS television network is considering whether or not to produce a
new reality show The Surreal Bachelorette Nanny Swap for the summer
replacement season. The cost of production is estimated to be $400,000. The NBS
executives estimate th

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(35 points) Forrest Gump & Son, makers of fine boxed chocolates, has 35 assembly line workers
responsible for inspecting and boxing chocolates. Each worker is capable of handling 2.4 tons of
chocolates per week. Unfortunately, this is not enough capacity

(35 points) Forrest Gump & Son, makers of fine boxed chocolates, has 35 assembly line workers
responsible for inspecting and boxing chocolates. Each worker is capable of handling 2.4 tons of
chocolates per week. Unfortunately, this is not enough capacity

The Peter Planter Peanut (3P) Co. has on hand 550 pounds of peanuts, 150 pounds of
cashews, 100 pounds of almonds, and 75 pounds of walnuts. It packages and sells 1-pound
cans of the following varieties of mixed nuts at the indicated prices:
Snacker mix

The Peter Planter Peanut (3P) Co. has on hand 550 pounds of peanuts, 150 pounds of
cashews, 100 pounds of almonds, and 75 pounds of walnuts. It packages and sells 1-pound
cans of the following varieties of mixed nuts at the indicated prices:
Snacker mix

Ragsdale Case 14.1
Hang on or Give Up?
Grading Rubric
a) Tree
Timing
Nodes
Labels
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d) Pcfw_favorable breakpoint
e) Product Cost breakpoint
f) Alternatives
Payoff Table
Best case value & decision
Worst case value &

OR 3800 Spring 2012 HOMEWORK #7
Chapter 6 Binary Models and Assignment Models
COMPLETION DATE: Wednesday, February 29
Homework Problem 1
Coach Night is trying to choose the starting lineup for the basketball team. The team consists of seven
players who ha

Production and Inventory Planning Class Examples
Example 1
A customer requires during the next 4 months, respectively, 50, 65, 100, and 70 units of a
commodity, and no backlogging is allowed (that is, the customers requirements must be
met on time). Produ

Blending Class Examples
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Example 1
New Age Pharmaceuticals produces the drug NasaMist from four chemicals. Today, the
company must produce 1000 pounds of the drug. The three activ

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