MGMT 406 Operations Research
Problem set 1
(Reference chapters 1-B.W. Taylor III-2007)
1. The Willow Furniture Company produces tables. The fixed monthly cost of proouction
is $8.000, and the variable cost per table is $65. The tables sell for $180 apiece
MGMT 406 Operations Research
Problem set 2
(Reference chapters 2-B.W. Taylor III-2007)
1. A campany produces two products that are processed on two assembiy lines. Assembly
line 1 has 100 available hours, and assemblv line 2 has 42 available hours. Each p
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Quantitative Module
Linear Programming
B
Module Outline
REQUIREMENTS OF A LINEAR
PROGRAMMING PROBLEM
Diet Problem Example
FORMULATING LINEAR
PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS
Labor Scheduling Example
Shader Electronics E
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QUANTITATIVE MODULES
Quantitative Module
Decision-Making Tools
A
Module Outline
THE DECISION PROCESS IN OPERATIONS
SUMMARY
FUNDAMENTALS OF DECISION MAKING
KEY TERMS
DECISION TABLES
USING SOFTWARE FOR
Question 3: What do you think about Joes
assumptions concerning the weather for the next 30
days?
Joes assumptions concerning the weather for the next 30 days state that
what happens on one day (rain or shine) was not in any way dependent on
what happened
Chapter 10
Transportation, Assignment, and
Transshipment Problems
Learning Objectives
1.
Be able to identify the special features of the transportation problem.
2.
Become familiar with the types of problems that can be solved by applying a transportation
C H A P T E R
Linear Programming Models: Graphical and Computer Methods
TEACHING SUGGESTIONS
Teaching Suggestion 7.1: Draw Constraints for a Graphical LP Solution. Explain constraints of the three types ( , , ) carefully the first time you present an exam
North-South Airline
Forecasting
Causal regression analysis
Enter the (Y,X) pairs in cells shaded YELLOW. Enter new value of X at the bottom to forecast Y.
Enter the (Y,X) pairs in cells shaded YELLOW. Enter new value of X at the bottom to forecast Y.
Inpu
Andrew-Carter, Inc.
Issue: Due to the economic depression, A-C considers to
close one of its 3 plants. The objective is to minimize the
Cost.
Setup:
1. Make a tabular
2. P1, P2, P3 are the Plants 1, 2, 3
3. r = regular time; o = overtime
4. W1, W2, W3,
D
Q U A N T I T A T I V E
M O D U L E
Waiting Line Models
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. Three parts of a queuing system: arrivals or inputs to the
system; the queue discipline, or the waiting line itself; and the
service facility.
2. Qualitative concerns includ
MODULE B: LINEAR PROGRAMMING
TRUE/FALSE
1.
Linear programming helps operations managers make decisions necessary to make effective use of
resources such as machinery, labor, money, time, and raw materials.
True (Introduction, easy)
2.
One requirement of a
Chapter 4Linear 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
Module B: Linear Programming
Multiple Choice
1.
When using a graphical
solution procedure, the
region bounded by the set of
constraints is called the [Hint]
solution
feasible region
infeasible region
maximum profit region
2.
Which of the following is not
Case: Coastal States Chemicals and Fertilizers (0%)
Number of tons
Contribution
Constraints:
Max phos acid
Max urea
Max amm phos
Max amm nitr
Max chlorine
Max caustic soda
Max vinyl chloride
Max hydro acid
Natural gas avail
Phosphoric
acid
320.000
$60
Ure
Module B: Linear Programming
Multiple Choice
1.
When using a graphical
solution procedure, the
region bounded by the set of
constraints is called the [Hint]
solution
feasible region
infeasible region
maximum profit region
2.
Which of the following is not
MultipleChoiceQuiz
(Seerelatedpages)
1
Linearprogrammingproblemsmayhaveonlyonegoalorobjectivespecified.
A) True
B) False
2
Afeasiblesolutionisonethatsatisfiesatleastoneoftheconstraintsofalinearprogrammingproblem.
A) True
False
3
Thecellcontainingthemeasur