Assignment #1: JET Copies Case Problem
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The average number of days needed to repair the copier: Continuous Probability
Distributions
I did the cumulative probability for the four repair t
Discussion 2
What is the difference between a causal model and a time- series model? Give an example
of when each would be used. What are some of the problems and drawbacks of the moving
average forecasting model? How do you determine how many observation
Quiz 5
Question 1
2 out of 2 points
In a _ integer model, some solution values for decision variables are integer and
others can be non-integer.
Answer
Selected Answer:
mixed
Correct Answer:
mixed
Question 2
2 out of 2 points
In a total integer model, som
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& Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy
Chapter 2
In this chapter we will consider:
The major functional groups
The correlation between
properties of functional groups
and molecules and intermole
Quiz 4
Question 1
2 out of 2 points
The standard form for the computer solution of a linear programming
problem requires all variables to the right and all numerical values to
the left of the inequality or equality sign
Answer
Selected Answer:
Correct Ans
Discussion 3
Do you think Integer Programming or Linear Programming has more real world
applications? Why? If Integer Programming is more prevalent, why do we focus so much on
Linear Programming in this course? If Linear Programming is more prevalent, wha
Discussion 2
Explain the characteristics of integer programming problems.
Give specific instances in which you would use an integer programming model rather than
an LP model. Provide real-world examples.
Explain the characteristics of integer programming
Discussion 1
Explain how the applications of Integer programming differ from those of linear
programming.
Why is rounding-down an LP solution a suboptimal way to solve Integer programming
problems?
Explain how the applications of Integer programming diffe
Discussion 3
Many LP models can be viewed through the lens of a Transpotation model. Choose one of
the following types of problem and explain how to see it as a Transpotation problem. That
is, explain what the "goods" we are shipping are, what the "roads"
Discussion 2
Does the linear programming approach apply the same way in different applications?
Explain why or why not using examples.
Yes, the objective of linear programming does not change regardless of the application as long as
that application is ap
Discussion 1
What is the relationship between decision variables and the objective function?
What is the difference between an objective function and a constraint?
What is the relationship between decision variables and the objective function?
Functional
Discussion 4
Explain the characteristics of integer programming problems.
Give specific instances in which you would use an integer programming model rather than
an LP model. Provide real-world examples.
Explain the characteristics of integer programming
Instructions
Question 1
5 out of 5 points
_ is a technique for selecting numbers randomly from a probability
distribution.
Answer
Selected Answer:
Monte
Carlo
Correct Answer:
Monte
Carlo
Question 2
5 out of 5 points
Monte Carlo is a technique for selectin
Discussion 1
Can we apply transshipment models to inventory applications? Why or why not?
Is the transportation model an example of decision making under certainty or decision
making under uncertainty? Why?
Can we apply transshipment models to inventory a
Discussion 2
Explain the assignment model and how it facilitates in solving transportation problems.
What benefits would be gained from using this model?
Explain the assignment model and how it facilitates in solving transportation problems.
The assignmen
ASSIGNMENT 4
1. See MS Excel Spreadsheet.
2. Model was solved as follows:
a. Plants were labeled 1 through 6, waste facilities labeled A through C.
b. Objective function: Minimize Z = 1A(12) + 1B(15) + 1C(17) + 2A(14) + 2B(9) +
2C(10) + 3A(13) + 3B(20) +
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1.Whichofthefollowingcouldbealinearprogrammingobjectivefunction?(Points:5)
Z=1A+2BC+3D
Z=1A+2B+3C+4D
Z=1A+2B/C+3D
Z=1A+2B2+3D
alloftheabove
2.Whichofthefollowingcouldnotbealinearprogrammingproblemconstraint?(Points:5)
1A+2B
1A
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Science Bowl Questions Biology, Set 2
1. Multiple Choice: The adult human of average age and size has approximately how many quarts of
blood? Is it:
a) 4
b) 6
c) 8
d) 10
ANSWER: B - 6
2. Multiple Choice: Once the erythro
Discussion 3
In many ways, shadow prices are far more important results of an LP model then the
optimal solution. Explain. Make sure that your answer provides context to the nature and
utility of shadow prices.
According to Taylor (2011), the shadow price
Discussion 2
How does sensitivity analysis affect the decision making process? How could it be used by
managers?
How does sensitivity analysis affect the decision making process?
Sensitivity analysis affects the decision making process by implementing par
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Assignment #3 Case Problem Julia's Food Booth
A: Formulation of the LP Model
X1(Pizza), X2(hotdogs), X3(barbecue sandwiches)
Constraints:
Cost:
Maximum fund ava
Quiz
1
Question 1
0 out of 2 points
Which of the following is incorrect with respect to the use of models in decision making?
Answer
Selected Answer:
they are generally easy to use
Correct Answer:
they promote subjectivity in decision making
Question 2
2
Continuous Probability
#1- The average number of days needed to repair the copier when it breakdowns
Probability
0.20
0.45
0.25
0.10
1.00
Average Repair Time-Days
Cumulative
Probability
0.00
0.20
0.65
0.90
Repair Timedays
1
2
3
4
5
Repair Time-days
1
2
3
Discussion 1
Why do we use pseudorandom numbers in simulations?
How do pseudorandom numbers affect the accuracy of a simulation?
We use pseudorandom numbers in simulations because we need to employ the use of random
numbers. The only way to truly derive a
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How does the science of probability affect decisions? Why?
Probability is the relative possibility or frequency that an event occurs. Decisions are made based
mostly on the likelihood of the outcomes. If two possible choices will result in si
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