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Figure 9.2. Blending
8.
Refer to Figure 9.2. The number of binding constraints is:
a.
2
b.
3
c.
4
d.
5
e.
8
9.
Refer to Figure 9.2. The optimal solution indicates that the amounts that should be ordered from
the three suppliers:
a.
Are equal to each other
b.
Have one of the suppliers meeting their quota exactly
c.
Have two of the suppliers meeting
their quotas exactly
d.
Have all three of the suppliers meet their quota exactly
e.
Cannot be determined from the information provided
10.
The optimal solution to an optimization problem:
a.
Always holds in the real world
b.
Is not affected by the economic priorities
c.
Cannot be interpreted prior to application to the real world problem
d.
Can be modified by decision makers based on economic priorities or other factors
e.
Is not based on simplification of the real world problem
Chapter 10:
1.
A network models may describe the flow of the following:
a.
Funds
b.
Materials
c.
People
d.
All of the above
e.
None of the above
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2.
A network diagram
a.
Helps us formulate the an appropriate linear programming model
b.
Describes the patterns of flows in a connected system
c.
Is useful for troubleshooting when the programming model is not working
d.
All of the above
e.
None of the above
Figure 10.1. Network Diagram
3.
Refer to the Figure 10.1. There are
a.
Three arcs and four nodes
b.
Three nodes and four arcs
c.
Three nodes and three arcs
d.
Four nodes and four arcs
e.
Four nodes and two arcs
4.
Refer to Figure 10.1. A constraint can be imposed
a.
Based on the throughput at the nodes
b.
Based on the demand at the nodes
c.
Based on the throughput at the arcs
d.
Options a and b only
e.
All of the above
5.
Refer to Figure 10.1. A solution based on the flow diagram
a.
Exists
b.
Is non-optimal
c.
Is optimal
d.
Satisfies all the constraints exactly
e.
Cannot be determined based on the information provided
6.
In general, in a transportation model
a.
There are no constraints
b.
There are demand constraints, but no supply constraints
c.
There are supply constraints, but no demand constraints
d.
There are both demand and supply constraint constants
e.
None of the above

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