John Molson School of Business
Department of Decision Sciences and MIS
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SCOM 361: An Introduction to Management Science
QUIZ 3 Time allowed: 40 minutes
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Question (1): (5 points)
Based on several criteria, a design team is assessing

1. If a decision variable is not positive in the optimal solution, its
reduced cost is
*a. the amount its objective function value would need to improve
before it could become positive.
b. zero.
c. its dual price.
d. what its objective function value woul

Tutorial 2
Chapter 4
8.
Let
x = the number of officers scheduled to begin at 8:00 a.m.
1
x = the number of officers scheduled to begin at noon
2
x = the number of officers scheduled to begin at 4:00 p.m.
3
x = the number of officers scheduled to begin at

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Assignment 1
Presented to
Professor Gregory Kersten
SCOM361
By
Laura Sbarra
ID#26562140
John Molson School of Business
February 16th 2016
Part A.
Chapter 3, Question 29
A) Relevant cost since they can purchase these goods on a needed basis.
B) Let :
W=Gal

SCOM 361
MIDTERM
WINTER 2016
Student First, Last Name (in caps please):
Student number:
On the desktop you may have only dictionary, pens and pencils, eraser, calculator,
and ruler. Please put anything else in your bag including your turned-off phone;
and

Assignment 1
Jan 31 2016
Adam De Luca
6674658
3.29
A) The cost of wine and fruit juice are relevant costs because their total cost will vary depending on the
decision that is made. A sunk cost in this example would be rent for the cooler factory, it is in

1.
a.
b.
c.
d.
SCOM 361 (Quiz 1) 0.25 marks awarded for each multiple choice; (3.75 total marks total)
Which of the following statements is NOT true?
A feasible solution satisfies all constraints.
An optimal solution satisfies all constraints.
An infeasib

Chapter 6 (questions from chapter 6 in the book as numbered in the book)
1.
The network model is shown.
Atlanta
1400
Dallas
3200
Colum bu s
2000
Boston
1400
2
Phila.
5000
6
6
2
1
2
New
Orlean s
3000
5
7
2.
Let
a.
x11
:
Amount shipped from Jefferson City t

Solutions to selected end of Chapter 14 problems
4.
a. Let
x1 = number of gallons of IC-100 produced
x2 = number of gallons of IC-200 produced
Min
P1( d 1 ) + P1( d 2 ) + P2( d 3 ) + P2( d 4 ) + P3( d 5 )
s.t.
20x1 +
30x2 -
d1
+
d1
=
4800
Goal 1
20x1 +
30

INTRODUCTION
Several manufactures experience problems within their production department. The
management analysis in this paper will outline how we can reduce production costs among an
electronic company: Vizimax. They gave us the task to analyze a single

Final Exam Review Problems:
Chapter 3:
3.
a.
Y
10
8
6
4
X = 2, Y = 3
8 (3
2
)+
12
Optima l Solution
X = 3, Y = 2
(2 )
=4
8
X
2
4
6
8
10
b. The same extreme point, X = 3 and Y = 2, remains optimal.
The value of the objective function becomes 6(3) + 12(2) =

SCOM 363: Product Design and Business Process Reengineering
TOPIC 3: LOCATION PLANNING & ANALYSIS QUESTIONS (To be solved in Class)
Q1 (Ref: Q. 1, page 278 of S&H Ch. 8): A newly formed company must decide on a plant location. There are two
alternatives u

John Molson School of Business
Department of Supply Chain & Business Technology Management
SCOM 361: An Introduction to Management Science
QUIZ 2 - Time allowed: 45 Minutes
|.D#
Question (I): (4 points!
a) Given that the transponation simplex

Group Assignment (Due date: March 23, 2015)
Chapter 4:
13.
Let BR = pounds of Brazilian beans purchased to produce Regular
BD = pounds of Brazilian beans purchased to produce DeCaf
CR = pounds of Colombian beans purchased to produce Regular
CD = pounds of

Chapter 4
5.
Let x = amount of ingredient A
1
x = amount of ingredient B
2
x = amount of ingredient C
3
Min 0.10x1
+
0.03x2 +
0.09x3
Subject to
1x1 +
1x1 +
1x1 -1/2x1
1x2
1x2
1x2
+
+
1x3
1x3
+
1x3
>=
<=
>=
>=
10
15
0
0
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
x , x , x 0
1 2 3
So