In class problem-Correct answer
1. The distribution system for the Hermann Company consists of three plants, two warehouses, and
four customers. Plant capacities and shipping costs per unit (in $) from each plant to each warehouse
are as follows:
Warehous
1. Abscam Manufacturing, a high-quality, high-price producer of tungsten hammers, wishes to
schedule production for the next four months to meet expected demand. Abscam can produce 1,300
hammers per month on regular shift. Using overtime, it may produce u
1. Each week, the Jackson Purchase Press Co. publishes a magazine, a newspaper, an advertisement
mailer, and a prospectus and xj = the number of type j product to produce per week, j=1, 2, 3, 4,
respectively. The following linear programming model has an
Practice Problems
1. Professor Andrew Batts holds office hours for eight hours a week for the students in his
Basics of Computer Information Systems course. Assume that arrivals are distributed Poisson
and service time distributions are exponential. Stude
Concept Lecture Notes- All Chapters
Types of Integer Programming Models
An LP in which all the variables are restricted to be integers is called an all-integer linear
program (ILP).
The LP that results from dropping the integer requirements is called th
QA282 Business Analytics
1.
Jakel, Inc. is based in Highland Illinois and manufactures appliances in the United States, Mexico,
and China. They recently introduced two new products, the Student and the Diva, small refrigerators for
use in offices, dormito
1. Part of an Excel output relating X (independent variable) and Y (dependent variable) is shown
below. Fill in all the blanks marked with "?".
Summary Output
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
R Square
Adjusted R Square
Standard Error
Observations
0.1347
?
QA 282
Assignment 1- Due July 21, 2011- 10 am
The Wentworth Medical Center data for Medical Unit1 (page 552) is provided below. For this
data, test the following hypotheses. In each case use an overall confidence level of 90%, provide
the null and alterna
QA380: Business Analytics
1. (25%) Cumberland Foods is a small specialty food producer that processes fresh produce
to sell to gourmet food outlets. At this time of the year, they have bought a large amount of
cucumbers to process into pickles and they ar
QA380: Business Analytics
1. (25%) National Insurance Associates carries an investment portfolio of stocks, bonds, and
other investment alternatives. Currently, $200,000 of funds is available and must be considered
for new investment opportunities. The fo
QA 375: Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
1. (25%) Professor Andrew Batts holds office hours for eight hours a week for the students in his
Basics of Computer Information Systems course. Assume that arrivals are distributed Poisson
and service time di
QA 375: Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
1. (25%) Beechwood Specialty Electronics has just leased space for a store in the Crestview Hills
Towne Center that will provide a storage space 20 feet long and 10 feet wide for inventory of
products. They se
QA 375: Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
1. (25%)
The Graper Company wants to schedule production of two tires for the next two
months: the X75 and the Roller. The following tables contain pertinent information regarding
the requirements:
Beginning I
QA 375: Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
1. (25%) The Duncan Mining Company owns two different mines that produce an ore which,
after being crushed, is graded into three classes: high-, medium-, and low-grade. The company
has contracted to provide a
QA 375: Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
1. (25%) Adams Apples has harvested 100 tons of apples from its orchards. They intend to use the entire
harvest to make three products: applesauce, gift boxes, and cider. Each can of applesauce sells for 90
ce
QA 375: Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
(25%) The Nova State University Employee Credit Union is planning the allocation of funds for the
coming year. The credit union makes four types of loans to its members. In addition, the credit union
invests i
QA 375: Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
1. (25%) Consider the following LP:
Maximize f = 2x1 +
x2
S.T.
11x1 + 3x2 33 (1)
8x1 + 5x2 40 (2)
7x1 + 10x2 70 (3)
x1 , x2 0
a.
Solve this problem on the graph provided below. In
particular, show and label ax