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CHAPTER
17
Linear Programming:
Simplex Method
CONTENTS
17.1 AN ALGEBRAIC OVERVIEW
OF THE SIMPLEX METHOD
Algebraic Properties of the
Simplex Method
Determining a Basic Solution
Basic Feasible Solution
1
Chapter 7
1.
a.
b.
Let
q = production volume (quantity produced)
R = revenue per unit
FC = the fixed costs of production
MC = material cost per unit
LC = labor cost per unit
P(q) = total profit for producing (and selling) q units
P (q ) Rq FC ( MC )q ( LC
LinearOptimizationModels
Chapter8
LinearOptimizationModels
Solutions:
1.
a.
Let R = number of units of regular model.
C = number of units of catchers model.
Max
s.t.
5R
+
8C
1R
+
1/ R
2
1/ R
8
+
3/ C
2
1/ C
3
1/ C
4
+
900
Cutting and sewing
300
Finishing
CHAPTER 8
Linear Optimization
Models
Outline
Introduction
A Simple Maximization Problem
Solving the Par, Inc. Problem
A Simple Minimization Problem
Special Cases of Linear Program Outcomes
Sensitivity Analysis
General Linear Programming Notation and
More
Microsoft Excel 15.0 Answer Report
Worksheet: [Market.xlsx]Solution
Report Created: 11/9/2015 1:50:29 AM
Result: Solver found a solution. All Constraints and optimality conditions are satisfied.
Solver Engine
Engine: Simplex LP
Solution Time: 0.015 Second
CHAPTER 6
Data Mining
Outline
Data Sampling
Data Preparation
Unsupervised Learning
Supervised Learning
-2-
Introduction
The increase in the use of data-mining techniques in
business has been caused largely by three events.
The explosion in the amount of
CHAPTER 4
Linear Regression
Outline
The Simple Linear Regression Model
Least Squares Method
Assessing the Fit of the Simple Linear Regression Model
The Multiple Regression Model
Inference and Regression
Categorical Independent Variables
Modeling Nonlinear
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Quiz 2 Chapter 18
1. During 2010, Gates Corp. started a construction job with a total contract price of $3,200,000.
The job was completed on December 15, 2011. Additional data are as follows:
2011
2010
Actual costs incurred
$1,350,000
$1,625,000
Estimated
MNGT 379: BUSINESS ANALYTICS
Midterm Exam 1 Study Guide (Fall 2015)
The exam is closed book and closed notes. But you can use Excel only on the computer.
For the problem-solving questions, you need to solve them manually by showing necessary steps
and for
Quiz on Chapter 17
1. Pippen Co. purchased $100,000 par value ten-year, 10% bonds that pay interest semiannually. The
bonds are sold to yield 8%. Calculate the issue price of bonds and record the journal entry for he
purchase.
2. On its December 31, 2003,
2.
a.
The top 10 countries according to GDP are listed below.
Country
Continent
United States
North America
China
Asia
7,298,147
Japan
Asia
5,869,471
Germany
Europe
3,577,031
France
Europe
2,776,324
Brazil
South America
2,492,908
United Kingdom
Europe
2,4
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MNGT 393.
Initial Assignment
I.
General Environment Analysis
a. The Demographic Segment- Concerned with population size, age structure,
geographic distribution, ethnic mix and income distribution.
i. Population Size- Observe population nati
DataMining
Chapter6
DataMining
Solutions:
1.
We specify # Iterations = 50 and # Starts = 10. We use the default fixed seed of 12345.
a.
We see that the size of the clusters varies widely. In particular, three schools (Air Force, Arizona
State, and Stanfor
Chapter 3 Homework MNGT 379
Problem 3.1 (SalesBonuses.xlsx)
Solution:
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