If you want to shorten the project by two weeks, which tasks should be crashed (and
by
how
much)
while
minimizing
direct
costs?
A.
Task
A
by
two
weeks.
B.
Task
B
by
two
weeks.
C.
Task
B
by
one
week
and
Task
E
by
one
week.
D.
Task
A
by
one
week
and
Task
F
If you want to shorten the project by two weeks, which tasks should be crashed (and
by
how
much)
while
minimizing
direct
costs?
A.
Task
A
by
two
weeks.
B.
Task
B
by
two
weeks.
C.
Task
B
by
one
week
and
Task
E
by
one
week.
D.
Task
A
by
one
week
and
Task
F
If you want to shorten the project by two weeks, which tasks should be crashed (and
by
how
much)
while
minimizing
direct
costs?
A.
Task
A
by
two
weeks.
B.
Task
B
by
two
weeks.
C.
Task
B
by
one
week
and
Task
E
by
one
week.
D.
Task
A
by
one
week
and
Task
F
If you want to shorten the project by two weeks, which tasks should be crashed (and
by
how
much)
while
minimizing
direct
costs?
A.
Task
A
by
two
weeks.
B.
Task
B
by
two
weeks.
C.
Task
B
by
one
week
and
Task
E
by
one
week.
D.
Task
A
by
one
week
and
Task
F
Answers and comments on homework # 7 IV.2. (a) f (x) = 11 2 sin(2nx) . n n=1
(b)
2
n=1
(1)n
sin(nx) . n
(c) The series for [0, 1] converges faster to the function f on [0, 1] than the series for [1, 1]. On the other hand, the second series approximates
Solutions to homework # 5 II.31. (a) Consider the rectangular contour CR consisting of the intervals IR :=[R, R], + SR :=[R, R + 2 i/b], JR :=[R + 2 i/b, R + 2 i/b], SR :=[R + 2 i/b, R]. First note that
JR
eaz dz = 1 + ebz
IR
ea(x+2i/b) dx = e2ia/b 1 + eb
Solutions to homework # 4 II.27. (a) Res f (i) = lim(z i)f (z ) = lim(z i)
z i z i
z2 i2 z2 = lim = . (z i)(z + i) z i z + i 2i
(b) Since e1/z 1 = e1 e1/z , we get e1/z 1 = e1 (1 + 1 1 + + ). 1!z 2!z 2
The coecient c1 of 1/z in this Laurent series, i.e.,
Solutions to homework # 3 II.16. (a) f (z ) = z 2 sin z . Since sin z = ei(x+iy) ei(x+iy) ey (cos x + i sin x) ey (cos x i sin x) eiz eiz = = 2i 2i 2i cos x(ey ey ) (ey + ey ) sin x +i = 2 2
and z 2 = (x2 y 2 ) + 2ixy , we get f (x, y ) = u(x, y ) + iv (x
Solutions to homework # 1 35. First note u1 + u2 = u3 , i.e., the vectors u1 , u2 , u3 are linearly dependent, i.e., they lie in the same plane. The vectors u1 and u2 , on the other hand, are not not proportional, hence linearly independent. So, it is eno
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