Grain Elevator
1. Kansas City
2. Omaha
3. Des Moines
Demand
Mills
A. Chicago B. St. Louis C. Cincinnati
$6
$8
$10
$7
$11
$11
$4
$5
$12
200
100
300
Supply
150
175
275
600
Decision Variables
Grain Elevator
1. Kansas City
2. Omaha
3. Des Moines
Mills
St. Lou
Spring 2017
OPR 320 Sec 001 - 4 Credits
OPR 320: Linear Models for Decision Making
Instructor: Dr. Christopher Gaffney
Office: 838 Gerri C. LeBow Hall
E-mail: [email protected] (primary method of contact)
Telephone: (215) 571-4615
Class Hou
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F
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S
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Variables
A
F
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S
R
Constraints
Investment
Risk Free
Signature
8%
10%
11%
12%
9%
630,000
170,000
460,000
140,000
600,000
2,000,000 =
600,000 <=
140,000 <=
2,000,000
600,000
140,000
Furniture & Other
Secured
630,000 <=
630,000
Other Secured
and S
Most homework problems in this class ask you to develop the correct linear programming model for a given problem and s
Please do the problems by
1 Developing the Linear Programming model for the problem
2 Using solver to obtain the solution to the problem
OPR 320 Homework 4. Due Tuesday 5/30
1) Min 4x1 + 3x2 + 6x3
s.t. x1 + 0.5x2 + x3 15
2x2 + x3 30
x1 + x2 + 2x3 15
x1,x2,x3 0
Find the optimal solution by entering this problem into Excel. Run the sensitivity report and use it to find
the optimal solution t
OPR 320: Homework 3
Due May 23
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Chapter 6, #7b
Chapter 6, #13bc
Chapter 6, #21. Assume that each distribution hub is served by exactly one vendor.
Chapter 7, #11
Chapter 7, #23
Chapter 7, Case Problem I. Model and solve the problem. You d
OPR 601: MANAGERIAL DECISION MODELS AND SIMULATION
Winter 2016-2017
ASSIGNMENT # 3 (due before class on Wednesday, February 1st)
1) Ajax Fuels, Inc., is developing a new additive for airplane fuels. The additive is a
mixture of three ingredients: A, B, an
OPR 601: MANAGERIAL DECISION MODELS AND SIMULATION
Winter 2016-2017
ASSIGNMENT # 1 (due before class on Wednesday, January 18th)
1) Every LP must fall into one of the following cases:
Case 1: The LP has unique optimal solution.
Case 2: The LP has alternat
OPR 601: MANAGERIAL DECISION MODELS AND SIMULATION
Winter 2016-2017
ASSIGNMENT # 7 (due March 15th)
0) IMPORTANT: For each question in this assignment, please use the 20 random variables given
below, also provided in the attached Excel sheet.
0.466
0.665
OPR 601: MANAGERIAL DECISION MODELS AND SIMULATION
Winter 2016-2017
ASSIGNMENT # 4 (due before class Wednesday, February 8th)
1) In class, we followed the convention of using negative numbers to represent the supply
at a node and positive numbers to repre
OPR 601: MANAGERIAL DECISION MODELS AND SIMULATION
Winter 2016-2017
ASSIGNMENT # 5 (due before class, Wednesday, March 1st)
1) Your express package courier company is drawing up new zones for the location of
drop boxes for customers. The city has been div
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Application Essay Examples
INTRODUCTION
This appendix contains 115 actual essays written, by 17 differe
Strengths:
I think my strengths are that my attitudes are firm and I will always try not to
arouse dispute. And most of the time I keep in mind what my goals are. And I also
would put myself in the other sides shoes, I would love to compromise when I
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ORGB 640 Ziegert
LeBow College of Business, Drexel University
Spring 2017
Professor Jonathan Ziegert
Drexel University
LeBow College of Business
NEGOTIATIONS FOR LEADERS
ORGB 640 3 Credits
Spring 2017
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 215-895-1087
Office:
ALEXANDER CHERNEV
Golden Island Jerky:
Orchestrating a New Product Launch
A
nna Kan, the CEO of Formosa Meat Company, had just finished reading the latest
company reports and felt a growing sense of urgency. Despite the companys efforts
over nearly a deca
Your Trip from Munich to Moscow
On your post-graduation celebratory trip you decide to travel from Munich, Germany to
Moscow, Russia. You leave Munich with 15,000 euros in your wallet. Wanting to
exchange all of these for Russian rubles, you obtain the fo
Galveston Fishing Company
1. Analysis of comparable firms
Ocean Foods, Inc.
Sales
Net Income
Total current assets
Total assets
Total current liabilities
Long-term debt (book value)
Net worth (book value)
$
Closing share price
Shares (000)
Earnings per sha
Auto-pay
Year 1
Revenues
Product/Service Costs
Marketing Costs
Customer Profit
% Customers that remain active
Profit expected on average
Discount Factor
Present Value of Expected Porfits
Installation Charge
Revenues from installation
Customer Lifetime Val
Allocation of decision rights and the investment strategy of mutual funds
Nishant Dass, Vikram Nanda, Qinghai Wang
Strategy Overview
This paper studies how the allocation of control rights in mutual funds
affects their investment strategies using a sample
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Instructor:AlexisGerardFingerTelephone:2158956818/2022
OfficeHours:Mon.Fri,after10:00Office:#48,Room109
Place:PSRC,Room104Email:[email protected]/
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Humanities006:OralCommunicationSkillsforNonNativeSpeakers
1.All the worlds a stage and all the
Table of Contents
Title Page
Copyright Page
Dedication
Preface to the Second Edition
Acknowledgements
Introduction
PART I - THE SIX FOUNDATIONS OF EFFECTIVE NEGOTIATION
Chapter 1 - The First Foundation: Your Bargaining Style
Chapter 2 - The Second Foundat
No Delay
Delay
No Delay Delay
0.85
0.15
0.25
0.75
a.
Next Period Delay
Following Period Dela
b.
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
Need to solve:
0.85p1+0.25p2=p1
0.15p1+0.75p2=p2
p1+p2=1
0.75
0.5625
From (i)
p2=0.6p1
Then, from (iii) p1+0.6p1=1, so
p1=1/1.6 = 0.625
So
p2=1-
Arrival
Service
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
2.2
5
P_0
P_1
P_2
P_3
>2
Wq
0.56
0.2464
0.108416
0.047703
0.037481 "More than two waiting" means that there are more than 3 in the entire system.
0.157143
Lq
0.345714
e entire system.
a.
Arrival
Service
Lq
Wq
15
30
0.5
0.
1.
a. Yes, because both constraints are satisfied.
b. No, we can easily find another feasible solution that gives a larger objective function
value. For example, (6,6,0,0) satisfies both constraints and has an objective function
value of 90, while the obj
Homework 4: Due Thursday, December 1
1) Chapter 5 #13
2) Chapter 5 #15
3) Chapter 5 #17
4) Chapter 7 #11 parts d and e.
5) Chapter 7 #23 part a
6) An engineer is trying to formulate the minimum cost set of materials to use in an upcoming
project. There ar