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Linear Programming Applications in
Marketing, Finance, and Operations Management
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
Media selection problems usually determine
a.
how many times to use each media source.
b.
the coverage provided by each media source.
c.
the cost of each

8
Linear Programming:
Sensitivity Analysis and Interpretation of Solution
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
To solve a linear programming problem with thousands of variables and constraints
a.
a personal computer can be used.
b.
a mainframe computer is required.
c.
the

11
Integer Linear Programming
MULTIPLE CHOICE
Which of the following is the most useful contribution of integer programming?
a.
finding whole number solutions where fractional solutions would not be
appropriate
b.
using 0-1 variables for modeling flexibil

12
Project Scheduling: PERT/CPM
MULTIPLE CHOICE
PERT and CPM
a.
are most valuable when a small number of activities must be scheduled.
b.
have different features and are not applied to the same situation.
c.
do not require a chronological relationship amo

10
Distribution and Network Problems
MULTIPLE CHOICE
The problem which deals with the distribution of goods from several sources to several
destinations is the
a.
maximal flow problem
b.
transportation problem
c.
assignment problem
d.
shortest-route probl

6
Forecasting
MULTIPLE CHOICE
Time series methods
a.
discover a pattern in historical data and project it into the future.
b.
include cause-effect relationships.
c.
are useful when historical information is not available.
d.
All of the alternatives are tr

5
Utility and Game Theory
MULTIPLE CHOICE
When consequences are measured on a scale that reflects a decision maker's attitude
toward profit, loss, and risk, payoffs are replaced by
a.
utility values.
b.
multicriteria measures.
c.
sample information.
d.
op

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MODEL BUILDING
SECTIONS 1
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
In the following multiple-choice questions, please circle the correct answer.
1.
The model y = 0 + 1 x1 + 2 x 2 + 3 x1 x 2 + is referred to as:
a. first order model with two predictor variable

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MULTIPLE REGRESSION
SECTIONS 1 - 3
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
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