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Frederick S. Hillier, Gerald J. Lieberman. TABLE 7.6 Revised formulation for the

Dewright Co. preemptive goal programming problem Priority Level Factor Goal

Penalty Weight

...

Frederick S. Hillier, Gerald J. Lieberman. TABLE 7.6 Revised formulation for the

Dewright Co. preemptive goal programming problem Priority Level Factor Goal

Penalty Weight

**First**priority Employment level Capital investment 540 555 2M 3M...

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By contrast , the strategies would be more complicated in a different situation

where each politician learns where his opponent will spend the

he finalizes his own plans for his second day . In that case , a typical strategy

would ...

By contrast , the strategies would be more complicated in a different situation

where each politician learns where his opponent will spend the

**first**day beforehe finalizes his own plans for his second day . In that case , a typical strategy

would ...

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The

with values 0.5 , 0.75 , 0.9 , 0.95,0.99 , and 0.999 . ( b ) Use a table for the normal

distribution ( Appendix 5 ) to solve The next four columns give C for four cases .

The

**first**column is the ( a ) Solve by hand for the order quantity . service level L ,with values 0.5 , 0.75 , 0.9 , 0.95,0.99 , and 0.999 . ( b ) Use a table for the normal

distribution ( Appendix 5 ) to solve The next four columns give C for four cases .

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