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math 210 quizes

1. The graph of a linear inequality consists of a line and some points on both sides of the line.

Answer True False

Question 2When the constraints of a Linear Programming problem have = signs then you are finding the maximum value of the profit.

Answer True False

Question 3The graph of a linear inequality consists of a line and all of the points on one side of the line.

Answer True False

Question 4 If a linear programming problem has a solution at all it will have a solution at some corner of the feasible set.

Answer True False

Question 5No point other than a corner of the feasible set can be a solution to a Linear Programming problem.

Answer True False

Question 6No point in the interior of the feasible set can be a solution to a Linear Programming problem.

Answer True False

Question 7

Every Linear Programming problem with a bounded nonempty feasible region has a solution.

Answer True False

Question 8No linear Programming problem with an unbounded feasible region has a solution.

Answer True False

Question 9The graphical method is the only practical method for all Linear Programming problems.

Answer True False

Question 10In a feasible basic solution all the variables (with the possible exception of the objective) are nonnegative.

Answer True False

math 216 quizes

Question 1 The following null hypothesis has been formulated to test for the equality of three population means: H0: u1 = u2 = u3. Choose the correct alternative hypothesis. Hint: Refer to One-Way ANOVA Test p. 536 in OCR.

Answer

A. u1 > u2 > u3

B. Not all the means are equal.

C. u1

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