## Introduction to Operations ResearchCD-ROM contains: Student version of MPL Modeling System and its solver CPLEX -- MPL tutorial -- Examples from the text modeled in MPL -- Examples from the text modeled in LINGO/LINDO -- Tutorial software -- Excel add-ins: TreePlan, SensIt, RiskSim, and Premium Solver -- Excel spreadsheet formulations and templates. |

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Describe graphically what the simplex method does step by step to solve the

following problem . Minimize Z = 5x + 7x2 , subject to 4.2-2 . Reconsider the

model in

and ( c ) ...

Describe graphically what the simplex method does step by step to solve the

following problem . Minimize Z = 5x + 7x2 , subject to 4.2-2 . Reconsider the

model in

**Prob**. 4.1-5 . Follow the instructions of**Prob**. 4.2-1 for parts ( a ) , ( b ) ,and ( c ) ...

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Consider the model of

general discussion of why these two versions rectly to determine whether the

current basic solution remains opare completely equivalent . Then fill in the

details to ...

Consider the model of

**Prob**. 6.7-1 . Use duality theory diview in Sec . 6.4 thegeneral discussion of why these two versions rectly to determine whether the

current basic solution remains opare completely equivalent . Then fill in the

details to ...

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Reconsider

can be met only by purchasing elec- corner rule , interactively apply the

transportation simplex method tricity ( at a cost of $ 50 per unit ) . Both other

energy needs ...

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**Prob**. 8.1-4 . Starting with the northwest available . Electricity needscan be met only by purchasing elec- corner rule , interactively apply the

transportation simplex method tricity ( at a cost of $ 50 per unit ) . Both other

energy needs ...

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