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15-16 Colonel Electric is a large company that produces lig...

15-16 Colonel Electric is a large company that produces lightbulbs and other electrical products. One particu- lar lightbulb is supposed to have an average life of about 1,000 hours before it burns out. Periodically, the company will test five of these and measure the average time before these ...

Problem 2 (10 Points) (a) Formulate an II.P. whose solution...

Problem 2 (10 Points) (a) Formulate an II.P. whose solution would show yen how to arrange the coins ir the figure below 90 that the sums of the coins across the rows and down the columns match the dollar amounts shown. , You may use It to write your answers for Problem 2. $0.11 $0.12 $8.25 ...

Problem #2 (10points) Greydog Bus Company operates buses be...

Problem #2 (10points) Greydog Bus Company operates buses between Boston and Washington, D.C A bus trip between these two cities takes 5 hours. Federal law requires that driver rest for four 01 more hours between trips. A driver's workday consists of two trips: one from Boston to Washington md th...

Q9 a). Solve the following LP problem using simplex method....

Q9 a). Solve the following LP problem using simplex method. Maximize Z = 3x1 + 2x2 + 5x3 Subject to X1 + 2x2 + X3 < 430 3 X1 + 2x3 < 460 X1 + 4x2 < 420 x1, X2, X3 > 0 b). Solve by simplex method: Max Z = 3x1 + 5x2 + 4x3 Subject to 2x1+3x28 2x2+5x310 3x1 + 2x2...

Question 3 (12 marks) Give brief answers to the following q...

Question 3 (12 marks) Give brief answers to the following questions. (a) Explain the similarities & differences in the algorithm behaviour changes we would expect when changing to a larger neighbourhood for the following four algorithms: next descent local search with random restarts, st...

Solve the following transportation problems using the method...

Solve the following transportation problems using the methods of the potentials, of the differential rent or the method of consequent reduction of distances Sites To Supply (Avail- A B C From ability) 1 4 3 8 300 Plants 2 7 5 9 300 3 4 5 5 100 Demand (re- 200 200 300 qu...

Passengers arrive randomiy at a bus stop to wait for a bus. ...

Passengers arrive randomiy at a bus stop to wait for a bus. The inter-arrival time for the passengers at the stop is given by the following distribution: Timm (minutes) 1 2 : 4 5 Prubability 0.18 0.42 11.20 0.15 Talde 1: inter-arrisal limes Tha inter arrival Lime: is alea and is by = c...

Each certified instructor puts in 480 hours per quarter regu...

Each certified instructor puts in 480 hours per quarter regular time and can work up to 120 hours overtime. Regular-time wages and benefits cost Carlton $7,200 per employee per quarter for regular time worked up to 480 hours, with an overtime cost of $20 per hour. Unused regular time for certified i...

Problem 1.3: The following transportation problem is given:...

Problem 1.3: The following transportation problem is given: Plants 1 2 3 4 5 Requirements Terminals A 20 47 17 41 62 1000 B 74 13 52 40 32 600 C 60 31 51 71 68 600 D 39 41 37 21 38 500 Capacity 800 500 500 300 600 Solve the problem using the method of the ...

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