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8- The mean of a geometric distribution whose pmf is pq, for r=1,2,.oo is V
(A) f. (B) _q_
1 p
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:3 q 1
9. A nite subset of a population is known as
(C) Variance (D) Standard deviation
10. Which value of the sampling distribution is c
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Engineering Mathematics - I
(ABCEFHMNPRSTU)
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SUMMARY OF CHAPTER 6.3 - PRIMAL-DUAL RELATIONSHIPS
In the linear case, in the primal problem, from each sub-optimal point that satisfies all the
constraints, there is a direction or subspace of directions to move that increases the objective
function. Mov
SUMMARY OF CHAPTER 6.1 - THE ESSENCE OF
DUALITY
The chapter deals with the concept of duality in linear programming
and its various ramifications. The theory of duality is a very elegant
and important concept within the field of operation research.
Given
SUMMARY OF CHAPTER 6.2 - ECONOMIC INTERPRETATION OF
DUALITY
The economic interpretation of dual is based directly upon the interpretation of primal
problem. Actually, several slightly different interpretations have been proposed. The one
presented here se
SUMMARY OF CHAPTER 8.4 - A SPECIAL ALGORITHM FOR
THE ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM
We saw that the transportation simplex method can be used to solve assignment problems but
that a specialized algorithm designed for such problems should be more efficient. We now
wil
SUMMARY OF CHAPTER 8.1 - THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM
Transportation problem is a special kind of linear programming problem in which goods are
transported from a set of sources to a set of destinations subject to the supply and demand of
the source and the
SUMMARY OF CHAPTER - 8.3 THE ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM
Assignment is a technique to find out lowest possible allocable cost of the project by
assigning the best possible least cost to the jobs and workers.
The various applications of assignment problem are:
In a
SUMMARY OF CHAPTER 6.4 - ADAPTING TO OTHER PRIMAL
FORMS
This far it is assumed that the model for the primal problem is in our standard form. However,
any linear programming problem whether in our standard forms or not possesses a dual
problem. Therefore,