Business Communications
Throughout the world intelligent people struggle with public speaking. To many, public
speaking is difficult because a speech has to be invigorating, persuasive, clear and confident.
Also, making a speech in front of an audience ca
The Beaver Creek Pottery Company
Products
Profit Per unit
Resources:
labor (hrs/unit)
clay (lbs/unit)
$
Bowls
Mugs
40.00 $
50.00
1
4
2
3
Usage
40
120
Resources
Constraint
<=
<=
Production (Decision Variables): x1, x2
Number of Bowls (x1)
=
24
Number of Mu
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Business Communications
Assignment#2: Full Report
Throughout the world, intelligent people struggle with public speaking. To many, public
speaking is difficult because a speech has to be invigorating, persuasive, clear and
confident. Also, making a speech
Business Communications
How many of you have thought about learning to play an instrument or have listened to
one of your favorite songs and imagined yourself playing it? [Pause] If you learn to play an
instrument you will be able to entertain your friend
Business Communications/Forum
Assignment #3
1) I chose to speak with a Rutgers Business Student named Gordon Brown. I chose Gordon
because he is someone I see almost every morning in the dining hall and he is in my
Ethics in Business class but I do not kn
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Class 5 - Review
EXTRA PROBLEMS
1. Given the linear program,
max 3x1 + 4x2
s.t.
x1 + 2x2 8
x1 + 2x2 12
2x1 + x2 16
x1 , x2 0
Solve the problem using the graphical solution procedure, and find the optimal s
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
B
C
D
Wheat
30
$360
Corn
9
$600
E
F
G
H
Farmer Jones Problem
Acres
Profit (per acre)
Constraints
Land
Labor
Fertilizer
1
3
2
1
5
4
Total Profit
LHS
39
135
96
Sign
<=
<=
<=
RHS
49
135
96
16,200
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
B
C
D
E
Farmer Jones P
A
1
B
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
D
E
F
Pasta
2.00
$2.30
Tuna
1.00
$1.20
Brownies
0.00
$1.60
Coke
1.00
$0.90
G
H
I
J
Diet Problem
2
3
C
Amount
Cost
Constraints
Calories
Protein
Sugar
Fat
340
8
0
12
180
20
0
2
220
1
16
4
140
0
20
0
Total Cost
Used
1000
36
20
26
Sign
>=
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Hw #1
HOMEWORK 1 (Due September 25)
* Please hand in your Hw #1 before the class starts on Monday, September 25.
* You can hand in your homework as typed in or clearly handwritten. Scrap papers are not acc
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Hw #2 Solution
HOMEWORK 2 SOLUTION
1. For the following linear programming problem:
max 8x + 9y
s.t.
3x + 7y 27
4x + 2y 20
2y 6
x, y 0
a) Is (x, y) = (3, 2) a feasible solution? Why or Why not?
It is an in
A
1
B
C
D
Soldiers
20
$3
Trains
60
$2
E
F
G
Giapetto's Problem
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
# of Units
Profit
Finishing
Carpentry
Demand for S
2
1
1
1
1
0
Weekly Profit
$180
Used (LHS)
100
80
20
Sign
<=
<=
<=
Available (RHS)
100
80
40
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
1Giapetto's Prob
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Hw #2
HOMEWORK 2 (Due October 2)
* Please hand in your Hw #2 before the class starts on Monday, October 2.
* You can hand in your homework as typed in or clearly handwritten. Scrap papers are not accepted.
Business
Policy and
Strategy
Professor Jeremy Vogelmann
[email protected]
Fall 2017
1
Syllabus
Office Hours
Course Description
Course Materials
Prerequisites
Academic Integrity
Prerequisites
Class Policies
Class Administration
Grading
+
Production / Operations
Management (623:311)
Lecture 10 Final Review
+ Topics covered Before Midterm
Introduction to
POM
Linear Programming
Formulating
Solving
LP Model-Product Mix Problem
LP Model
Graphical
Solution
Excel Solver
Analysis of
Spe
POM Summer 2017 Final Sample
Instructor: Junming Liu
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
First Name:
Last Name:
RUID:
Note:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Only Mathematica and Excel are allowed.
No extra scratch paper is allowed.
You have three hours to complete this exam
You can answer Que
POM Summer 2017 Midterm Sample Test
Question 1. Graphical Solution. [20 points]
Consider the following linear program:
Max
s.t.
60X1 + 50X2
10X1 + 20X2 200
8X1 + 5X2 80
X1 2
X2 5
Find the optimal solution using the graphical solution approach.
a. [5 point
Transportation Problem
Chapter 5
Transportation Problems
Transportation Problem
Network Representation
General LP Formulation
Transportation Simplex Method:
A SpecialSpecial-Purpose Solution Procedure
The transportation problem seeks to minimize the
tot
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HW 2 Problem 3
Decision Variables
Variable Names
Math Symbol
Variable Values
Process 1: # of
times to convert
3 gal. of raw milk
into prex1
10000
Process 2: # of times
to convert 1 gal of
pre-processed milk
into fresh milk
x2
5000
Process 3:
Strategic Management Assignment
COLA WARS CONTINUE CASE
1.
Why, historically has the soft drink industry been so profitable?
Both Concentrate producers and bottlers are profitable. This is because they are extremely
interdependent., share costs in procure