This problem should be answered by Tim S from Oxford. It's about mathematics and numerical optimization.

Hello, I have submitted my problem several times before and just want to make some supplements this time. the attachment is the same homework completed by my classmate. You can refer to his homework and use the sample.tex to do the work. Please change the language, algorithm and data. Also, please email me the .tex file, all the graphs and the final .pdf one. Thank you very much.

My email is [email protected]m, and my phone is 1-650-497-6938. If you have any questions, please contact me directly. The homework is due tomorrow 11am. Since you have a solution sample it may be much easier to work.

I will give you $240 dollars totally. That means, you will only need to submit your answer for my problem last time. And others will be cancelled.

Good luck.

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