Find the optimal solution and optimal value, Operating System

Find the optimal solution and optimal value of the following linear program. Use both (a) the enumerating the corner points method and (b) the iso-profit line method. Also identify the binding and non-binding constraints and the slack of each constraint. Show all work.

minimize 2XI + X2

subject to

6XI + 12x2 > 64

Xl > 0

X2 > -3

 

Posted Date: 3/29/2013 5:24:39 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Find the optimal solution and optimal value, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Find the optimal solution and optimal value, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Find the optimal solution and optimal value Discussions

Write discussion on Find the optimal solution and optimal value
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Q. Definition of Operating System? Definition of Operating System: • An Operating system is a program which controls execution of application programs and acts as an interfa

how does DMA increase system concurrency

Q. Likewise some systems support many types of structures for a file's data while others simply support a stream of bytes. What are the merits in addition to demerits? Answer:

Q. What are the three major purposes of an operating system? Answer: To offers an environment for a computer user to execute programs on computer hardware in a conveni

Q. Segmentation is alike to paging but uses variable-sized "pages". Describe two segment-replacement algorithms based on FIFO and LRU page replacement schemes. Remember that since

Process Description A process in UNIX is a somewhat complex set of data structures that provides the operating system with all of the information necessary to dispatch and manag

1. How is reliability enhanced with the microkernel approach to system design?  2. In a virtual machine design where guest operating systems are independent virtual machines sup

Question 1 Discuss the following with respect to Operating Systems: Operating System Components Operating System Services Question 2 Describe the theory behind Pagin

Define thrashing. Thrashing is the accident of high page traffic and low CPU utilization. It is observed that the cause of thrashing is an under-commitment of memory to program

Define deadlock avoidance. An alternative method for avoiding deadlocks is to need additional information about how resources are to be requested. Every request requires the sy