Assignment1.LinearProgrammingCaseStudy
Your instructor will assign a linear programming project for this assignment according to
the following specifications.
It will be a problem with at least three (3) constraints and at least two (2) decision
variables
In a paragraph, reflect on what you've learned so far in this course. Identify the
most interesting, unexpected, or useful thing you've learned and explain why
Question 1
5 out of 5 points
In a 0-1 integer programming problem involving a capital
budgeting application (where xj = 1, if project j is selected,
xj = 0, otherwise) the constraint x1 x2 0 implies that if
project 2 is selected, project 1 cannot be sele
Discuss Forecasting Methods
Explain how forecasting is used in the real world. Provide a specific
example from your own line of work, or a line of work that you find
particularly interesting.
A forecast is a prediction of what will happen in the future.
"Reflection to date" Please respond to the following:
In a paragraph, reflect on what you've learned so far in this course. Identify the most
interesting, unexpected, or useful thing you've learned and explain why.
During the first four weeks of class I h
Question 1
2 out of 2 points
Parameters are known, constant values that are usually coefficients of
variables in equations.
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Answer:
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Correct
Answer:
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Question 2
2 out of 2 points
In general, an increase in price increases the break even
In your own words, explain how to obtain the expected value of perfect information for
any payoff table, which has probabilities associated with each state of nature. Then,
provide an example, drawing from any of the payoff tables in Problems 1-17 in the
(a) Define the decision variables and write the linear programming model for the p
Variables
x1= Oats in oz.
x2= Rice in oz.
Minimize
Z= 0.06x1+0.03x2
Cost
10x1+6x2<=45
Vitamin A
2x1+3x2<=13
Vitamin B
x1,x2>=0
If x1=0, Then X2= 45/6
If x1=0, Then X2=13/3
Minimize Z = 4x1 + 5x2
Subject to
x1 + 2x2
<= 10
6x1 + 6x2
<= 36
x1
<= 4
x1,x2
<= 0
A simple method for plotting constraint lines is to set one of the constraint
variables equal to zero and solve for the other variable to establish a point on one
of the a
Practice setting up linear programming models for business applications
Select an even-numbered LP problem from the text, excluding 14, 20, 22, 36
(which are part of your homework assignment). Formulate a linear
programming model for the problem you selec
Product Lines
Profits for each product
Product #1
6
Product #2
4
Total hours
Time required on Line #1
Time required on Line #2
10
7
14
3
Product #1
Product #2
Maximized profits
Please use graphic method to solve the problem
Please enter your solution in Y
Identify any challenges you have in setting up a linear programming problem in
Excel, and solving it with Solver. Explain exactly what the challenges are and why
they are challenging. Identify resources that can help you with that.
One of the challenges
The objective function always includes all of the decision variables, but that is not
necessarily true of the constraints. Explain the difference between the objective
function and the constraints. Then, explain why a constraint need not refer to all
the
MKT 500 Discussion-1
Examine the 4Ps of your favorite social media website. Create a brief pitch for the social
media site to present to the shark Tank panel.
eBay is of the most famous and favorite social media sites. It has built an online person-topers
RUNNING HEAD: COMPARING GOALS AND STRATEGIES OF APPLE AND SAMSUNG
1
Assignment 4: Goals and Strategies of Apple and Samsung
Student Name:
Professors Name
BUS499
Winter 2015
ASSIGNMENT 4: Comparing Goals and Strategies of Apple and Samsung
2
Abstract
This
From the e-Activity, break down the segmentation variables used for Baby boomers versus
Gen Nester. Compare the major differences and recommend one new and unique variable
for each segment. Provide a rationale for your response.
Segmenting a market by age
From the scenario, prioritize the most significant components of a social media campaign
according to the level of influence each could have on the new product launch. Examine
both the social media tools that will provide the highest return on investment
From the scenario, evaluate the capacity of the most common distribution channels
available for the new product launch to provide consumers with easier access to the
product. Speculate on the extent to which Golds Reling, Inc. could use each channel to
me
From the scenario, suggest two (2) marketing strategy options that Golds Reling Inc. could
implement. Next select the option that you believe will be most effective for the new
product launch. Justify your response.
Two marketing strategies that Golds Rel
Marketing Management
MKT-500
Strayer University
April 2015
Student:
Professor: Karen Mountain
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Apex Company is an organization that specializes in producing and delivering quality stationery
in Manassas City, Prince William County, VA. It
The Apex Company Marketing Strategy
Student:
Professor:
Course:
Marketing Management (MKT 500)
Quarter:
Spring 2015
Branding Strategy
Our company's logo represents two hands joined. The joining of two hands represents
togetherness, courage, choice, high v
From the scenario, distinguish between two to three (2-3) different types of advertising
media available for the new product launch. Provide two (2) suggestions for the marketing
intern that will help her to create an advertising budget.
Advertising is on
From the case study, categorize the Nanos marketing segments that have the greatest
influence on its sales. Assume you are the marketing manager at Tata responsible for
consumer marketing. In your own words, outline a plan that Tata could implement in ord
The Evolution of Small Packages Express Delivery Industry
1
The Evolution of the Small Packages Express Delivery Industry
Student Name:
Strayer University
Professors Name:
BUS 599
Winter 2015
The Evolution of Small Packages Express Delivery Industry
2
Thi
Cereal Company
a.
Linear programming model
variables
x = oats (oz)
y = rice (oz)
.06*x+.03*y
10*x+6*y =>45
2*x+3*y =>13
minimize
subject to
Cost
Vitamin A Requirement
Vitamin B Requirement
b.
oats
rice
0
7.5
Cost
0.06
0.03
Usage
Required
Total Cost
0.225