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2 In relation to linear programming explain the implications of the following assumption of the model. (i) Linearity of the objective function (ii) Continuous variables (iii) Certainty Q.3 Define the term (i) Basic variable (ii) Basic Solution (iii) Basic feasible solution (iv) Degeneracy Q.4 Write short notes on (i) Inconsistency and redundancy of constraint (ii) Cycling in linear programming problems Q.5 Explain the use of artificial variable in linear programming Q.6 Define a basic solution to a given system of m simultaneous linear equations in n unknowns Q.7 In the course of simplex table calculations, describe how you will detect a degenerate, an unbounded and a non existing feasible solution Q.8 How would you resolve the following complications in LPP (i) Minimization (ii) Equalities in constraints (iii) Tie for the leaving basic variable Q.9 Short notes on (i) Alternative optima in LPP (ii) Generalized LPP Subjected to, Q.10 Solve, Max Z = 3A+2B Sub to, 2A+ B ≤ 2 3A +4B ≥ 12 A,B ≥ 0

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A=3.2 Solve the prob1 by 2-Phase method. 3A+B =3 4A + 3B ≥ 6 A+2B ≤ 4 A. Find the 2 . B ≥ 0 (Ans A= 2/5. Maximize Z = 3A+2B-5C Subject to A+B ≤ 2 2A+B+6C ≤ 6 A-B+3C = 0 A.B ≥ 0 Q. What is sensitivity analysis and why do we perform it. What is the function of Minimum ratio rule in Simplex Method.10. Z= 5 ) Q7.6. Z= 17/5) ( Ans . Z=1) Q8.C ≥ 0 ( ANS. Q3.B. Solve the following LPP using Dual. Q6. B= 2 .OPERATIONS RESEARCH TUTORIAL SHEET NO 2 Q. BB= 9/5. C= 0 . A = 1.C ≥ 0 (ANS.5) . Use 2 phase Simplex Method to : Maximise Z = 5 A + 2B Subject to 2A+B ≤ 1 A+ 4B ≥ 6 A. Solve the above LP problem if the RHS of primal is changed from( 2. Z=7 ) (2.1 Solve by Big M method Minimize Z = 4A +B Sub to.0 ) to new optimal solution. Q5. B=2.B.B=0. No Feasible Solution ) Q4. Solve the following LP problem. (Ans A=2.simplex method : Minimize Z = A+2B + 3 C Subject 2A-B +C ≥ 4 A+B+2C≤ 8 A-C≥ 2 A. C=1.

if for certain reasons D can’t be assigned to territory 3. In the above problem if the following new constraint is added to the model. Solve the following LP problem Maximize Z= 20 A + 80 B Subject to 4A + 6B ≤ 90 8A + 6B ≤ 100 A. In above question. B= 15. Z= 1200 ) Q10. Find the initial basic feasible solution of the following transportation problem by Vogel’s approximation method. Which sales territories will remain un-assigned? What will be the maximum sales increase every month? 3. 3 . find the solution of the problem. The monthly sales increases estimated for each sales man in different territories (in lac rupees) are shown in the following table Sales territory 1 2 3 4 5 A 75 80 85 70 90 Salesman B C 91 78 71 90 82 85 75 80 85 80 D 65 75 88 85 90 Suggest optimal assignment for the sales man who is to be assigned to four different sales territories.will the optimal assignment schedule be different? If so . A company has four salesmen who are to be assigned to four different sales territories. No Change ) Tutorial Sheet No 3 1.OPERATIONS RESEARCH Q9. show the new assignment schedule. New Constraint is 5A + 4B ≤ 80 ( Ans. Warehouses W1 W2 W3 W4 CAPACITY F1 10 30 50 10 7 Factory F2 70 F3 Requirement 5 40 30 8 8 7 40 70 60 20 14 34 9 18 2. B ≥ 0 ( Ans A= 0.

Show that the assignment model is a special case of transportation model 6. (Ans 1-3-8-9-12.20 and 50 units respectively. Cost 12) 5 2 1 3 7 4 8 1 1 9 6 1 0 1 2 4. Cost 33) 5. B and C which supplies three shops located at D.f. Find the shortest path from 1 to 12 through the network given (Ans 1-3-6-10-12. If the matrix element represents the unit transportation time solve the following transportation problem To From O1 O2 O3 Requirement D1 10 1 12 12 D2 0 7 14 8 D3 20 9 16 15 D4 11 20 18 10 Available 15 25 5 45 (Ans 12) 7.s and then find the maximum transportation cost for the following problem (Ans 180) D1 O1 O2 O3 1 (20) 3 4 3 (20) 2 (20) 9.OPERATIONS RESEARCH 4. An enterprise has three factories at locations A. Use least cost method to find i.b. Unit shipping costs (in Rs ) are given below Factory A B C D 5 6 3 Shops E 1 4 2 5 2 (20) 9 2 D2 1 (10) 1 (10) D3 4 D4 F 7 6 5 4 .E and F. Monthly factory capacities are 10. In problem 4 find the longest path connecting 1 and 12. Monthly shop requirements are 75.80 and 15 units respectively.

Rs 3 and Rs. (B.D2=5 and D4=2. 2430/. Penalty Rs 80) 10.Apply the transportation simplex method to find out an optimal solution. He has three days available for studies.S2=1 and S3=10 whereas D1=7 . Z. 4 Q1.F) =10 units. solve the following transportation problem for maximum profit: A 12 8 14 180 B 18 7 03 320 C 06 10 11 100 ( ANS 15300 ) Q6. Determine the optimal distribution. E and F are Rs.E) =10 units. 5 . A student has to take examination in three courses X. Consider a transportation problem with m=3 and n=4 where C11=2 C12=3 C13=11 C14=7 C21=1 C22=0 C23=6 C24=1 C31=5 C32=8 C33=15 C34=9 Suppose S1 =6 . How does one over come it. (B. 2 .D) =15 units. Differentiate between Transportation and Assignment Problems. TUTORIAL SHEET N0.respectively. State the Transportation problem in general terms. Y .) Q7. Q2. He feels that it would be best to devote the whole day to study the same course so that he may study the course for one day. 5 . Q5. Q3. two days or three days or not at all. How transportation problem is solved when demand and supply are not equal. Using VAM. His estimate of grades he may get by studying are as follows : Study Days/ courses 0 1 2 3 X 1 2 2 4 Y 2 2 4 5 Z 1 2 4 4 How should he plan to study so that he maximizes the sum of his grades. Find the optimal transportation cost for the following : A 03 04 09 290 B 07 05 12 150 C 09 07 05 70 D 10 12 06 90 SUPPLY 120 170 210 D 25 18 20 400 SUPPLY 200 500 300 DEMAND DEMAND ( ANS Rs.OPERATIONS RESEARCH The penalty costs are not satisfying demand at the shops D. Q4. (Ans (A. (Ans minimum cost=100). Explain the problem of degeneracy . (C.E) =10 units. (B.D) =60 units.

he has considerable choice as to which city to travel through en route. 70/. (Ans min. Rs. (Ans degeneracy.C which have capacities to produce 300 kg.min cost 1120/-) Q10.B. Under what conditions schedule. no. 60/. Y= 0. Though its starting and destination points are fixed. 500 kg respectively of a particular chemical per day..1120Rs. ( 1» 4 » 6 » 9 » 10) 6 . Z=2) Q8.respectively.9 Consider the following transportation problem Factory Godowns Stock available IV 6 12 8 would you change the 1 2 3 4 5 6 A 7 5 7 7 5 3 60 B 9 11 6 11 5 20 C 11 10 6 2 2 8 90 D 9 10 9 6 9 12 50 DEMAND 60 20 40 20 40 40 It is not possible to transport any quantity from factory B to godown5. 66/. find the alternative optimum solution. Salesman has to reach city no 10 starting from city no 1 by a motor car.OPERATIONS RESEARCH ( Ans : Maximum return = 5. The production cost per kg in these plants are Rs. 200 kg. Four bulk consumers orders for the product on the following basis: Kg reqd /day Price offered(Rs/kg) I 400 100 Consumer II 250 100 III 350 102 IV 150 103 Shipping costs (Rs/kg)from plants to consumers are given in the table below I II III From A 3 5 4 B 8 11 9 C 4 6 2 Work out an optimal schedule for the above situation.and Rs. cost= 11)( 1 » 4 » 5 » 8 »10). X =1. (Ans Total profit Rs 30700) Q. Determine (1) Initial solution by VAM (2) Optimal basic solution (3) Is the optimum solution unique?If not . A company has plants A. The cost Cij (in Rs) for the standard policy on the motor car run from city i to city j is given below 1 1 2 2 4 3 3 2 3 4 5 7 3 4 6 4 2 1 7 6 4 2 5 6 7 8 9 1 4 6 3 3 3 8 9 10 3 4 Find the safest route of traveling so that the total traveling cost is minimum.

Q. determine the optimal strategy under (i) Maximin criteria (ii) Minimax criteria (iii) Hurwicz criteria with α = 0.5 Q. (Ans EMV Rs 5.9 Solve the following game using Dominance property Player B I II III I 1 7 2 Player A II 6 2 7 III 5 2 6 7 .A.8 Consider the game for following payoff matrix Player B B1 B2 Player B 2 b -2 λ (i) Show that the game is strictly determinable whatever λ may be.6 to Rs 4 lakh with prob.1 What are the steps in decision making analysis? Q.5 A manager has a choice between (i) a risky contact promising Rs 7 lakh with probability 0.OPERATIONS RESEARCH TUTORIAL SHEET NO. Q.4.6 (iv) Laplace criteria (Ans E.6 and Rs 2 lakh with prob 0. (ii) Determine the value of game (Ans 2) Q. Comment.8 lakh) Q.2 Explain various quantitative methods which are useful for decision making under uncertainty. Q. 0.7 Game theory provide a systematical quantitative approach for analyzing competitive simulation in which the competitors make use of logical processes to techniques in order to determine an optimal strategy for winning.4 Explain 2 person zero sum game by giving suitable example. Construct a decision tree for it using EMV criterion. Q3. Why was each decisions good or bad. With the given payoff tables .4 (ii) Adiversified portfolio consisting of 2 contracts with independent outcomes each promising Rs 3. Also give an example of a good decision you made that had a good outcome. 0.5 lakh with pro.6 Give an example of a good decision you made not resulted in bad outcome.) Events E1 E2 E3 A 3 6 1 Strategies B C 4 4 2 1 8 8 D 5 2 3 Q.

(Ans 9 dozen) Q.3/5.1 . EMV 4080stock 3 boats) TUTORIAL SHEET NO.7 Ans (34. Boats left unsold at the end of the season must be disposed off for Rs 6000 each. V= 4) Q.0).also apply EOL criterion.01 Each boat costs him Rs 7000 and he sells them for Rs 10. No. Q8 Solve the problem4 using Laplace criterion Ans (30.1 0. How many boats should be in stock so as to minimize his expected profit.C).09 6 0.18 4 0.6 Solve the above problem by Minimax criterion Ans (60. Q. 6 Q.000 each.If V’ denotes the maximin value and V” the minimax value of the game.OPERATIONS RESEARCH (Ans A(2/5.B) Q. then prove that V’ ≥ V”. ( Ans Max.4 How many dozen of roses should be purchased in order to minimize the profit. Q9 Solve the problem4 using Minimax criterion ( Ans (34.09 5 0.C).7 Solve the problem5 using Hurwicz criterion with α = 0. Q.14 1 0.5 A decision problem has been expressed in the following payoff table.1/2.1 A flower merchant purchase roses at Rs 10/dozen and sell them for Rs 30.10 A producer of boats has estimated the following distribution of demand for a particular kind a boat. Unsold flowers are donated to the temple.C).27 3 0.2 In prob.0) . Q. B (1/2. The daily demand for rose has the following probability distribution Demand(dozen) 7 8 9 10 Probability 0.3 0.27 2 0. Action Events I II III A 10 20 26 B -30 30 60 C 40 30 20 Determine which action the executive has to choose if he adopts (i) Maximin criterion Ans (20.2 0.3 Explain minimax criterion as applied to theory of games. 0 demanded Probability 0.A) 8 .4 Let (Uij) be the payoff matrix for a 2 person zero sum game. Q.

1 Define reorder point.7 Q. Find the optimal daily purchase quantity of fish. Q.Also indicate whether they are fair or strictly determinable. is Rs 16 /packet . distribution with a mean of 800 kg and standard deviation of 75 kg. The S. the daily demand for packet meal follows uniform distribution as presented below.4 Out of periodic review and continuous review system. The S. Q.per kg.7 Discuss the probability of inventory control when the stochastic demand is uniform.8 In a private canteen.P. explain how? Q. The daily demand of fish follows normal.50/. Q.3 Explain the difference between a periodic review system and a continuous review system . it is sold to a dry fish manufacturing firm at 110/. is 200/-/kg If the fish is not sold on the day of purchase. P(X) = 1/(450-230) 230 ≤ X ≤ 450 The cost of production per packet of meals is Rs 8.10 Describe the basic characteristic of an inventory system.5 What is the unit for holding cost parameter. 9 . which one is better and why? Q. Q. The purchase price of the fish is 1. Find the optimal no.10 Find the value of game .fair) TUTORIAL SHEET NO.5 kg) Q.9 A fish stall is planning for its optimal purchases of a costly variety of fish.B4).P. The surplus packets on each day are sold at Rs 6 /pkt in a nearby public place. of pkts of meals to be prepared each day. (Ans 406) Q. (Ans 810. B 1 9 6 0 A 2 3 8 -1 -5 -2 10 -3 7 4 -2 -5 (Ans V= 0(A1. production of commodity is instantaneous and lead time is negligible (discrete case).6 Is it possible to have a negative inventory level? If so.2 How is reorder point related to lead time demand? Q.OPERATIONS RESEARCH Q.per kg.

find the optimum amount of biscuits the company should bake daily. If demand is known to be triangular with probability density function.The yield per unit of these foods are given as Food type 1 2 3 4 Minimum requirement Yield per unit Protein 3 4 8 6 800 Fat 2 2 7 5 200 Carbohydrate 6 4 7 4 700 Cost per unit 45 40 85 65 Formulate linear programming model .4 A baking company sells one of its types of biscuits by weight. It makes a profit of Rs 3. (Ans 63. (Ans 114. stock levels discrete and lead time zero. The demand rate for each item inconstant and can be assumed to be deterministic. Q. set up cost zero.5.0002R 0 ≤ X ≤ 100 Find the optimum amount of cake the company should bake daily.110.109 units) Q.4 kg) Q 5 Derive the expression for optimum order level for the case.3 A baking company sells one of its types of cakes by weight. If demand is known to be rectangular between 300kg and 400kg.OPERATIONS RESEARCH TUTORIAL 8 Q.Solve the following game by reducing them to 2 x 2 game by graphical method 3 -1 A 0 5 6 -2 -1 2 7 1 10 .50 per pound on every kg of biscuits sold on the day it is baked.3 pounds) Q. It makes a profit of Rs 9. It disposes off all the biscuits not sold on the day they are baked at the rate of 1.6 A person want to decide the constituents of a diet which will fulfill his daily requirement of proteins fats & carbohydrates at the minimum cost.50 Rs per kg.0. Q7. No back orders are to be allowed. demand.20 per pound on every pound of cake sold on the day it is baked.02. The items are produced in lots. Explain the nature of the probabilistic model in inventory control.1. The data for the items are given below Items Holdind cost (Rs) Set up cost(Rs) Unit cost(Rs) Demand rate/ year 1 20 50 6 10000 2 20 40 7 12000 3 20 60 5 7500 Determine approximately the economic order quantities when the total value of average inventory levels of these items is Rs 1000 . It disposses off all the cakes not sold on the day they are baked at the rate of 50 paiseper pound.2 Consider a shop which produces 3 items. The choice is to be made from 4 different type of foods . f(R) = 0. Q. (Ans386.

The number of repairs completed per day.1 List five disadvantages in using simulation analysis.30 . They have been recorded & found to be represented by.4 Why is this term(random no. Arrival : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 Percentage: 4 8 14 18 18 15 10 7 4 Simulate 25 days to find the maximum queue length use the following series of random numbers.A company gives a lease on a certain property . 55 07 57 86 16 19 87 94 97 70 42 38 05 27 45 71 18 82 69 13 40 29 70 32 74 05 63 73 35 29 37 86 10 17 85 67 42 02 41 16 79 99 89 13 98 35 35 17 81 38 Tutorial Sheet No. Q. 9 Q. Q.The number of machines arriving per day at a factory repair bench has been noted over a range period of time and joined to have the following distribution Arrivals: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Percentage 2 7 15 20 20 16 10 6 31 Repair times depend on the type of fault. It may sell for Rs 75. generator) a misnomer? Q.OPERATIONS RESEARCH Q8 – Solve the following 3 x3 game by linear programming Player B 1 -1 -1 Player A -1 -1 2 -1 3 -1 Q9.000 or may dull the said property for oil.10 .3 What is a random number generator ? Q. Q10.20 Rupees Consequences -100000 45000 98000 199000 (a) Draw a discussion tree for the problem & determine whether the company should drill or sell. 11 .40 .2 Explain why a simulation experiment must usually be executed over long periods of simulated time.7 Describe the general probability of M/M/K queuing system and also deduce an explicit expression for the steady state probability of the length of the queue in an M/M/1 system.5What are the desirable properties of random number generators? Q6 What is the difference between model verification and model validation . Various possible results are as under along with the probabilities of happening and rupees consequence Possible result Dry well Gas well only Oil & gas combination Oil well Probabilities . Q.

25 3 0.06.2 Problems arriving at the computer center in a poisson function at an average rate of 5/day.0.9 Determine the expected downtime lost per day in the above problem. Q. (i) Average no. 4. the probability that exactly n calling units are in queuing system is (1-ρ) ρn .20 Manually simulate the probability for 30 re-orders to estimate the demand during lead time. goods train arrive at a rate of 30 trains per day.2 approx) Q. The mean repair time is 1 hr and also follows the same distribution pattern.Also find the expected line length.5 The material manager of the firm wishes to determine the expected mean demand for a particular item in stock during the re order lead time.10 List 5 reasons why one would want to use a micro computer based simulation analysis. The tourists choose the counter at random.6 In a railway yard .n ≥0. 0. Q. The information is needed to determine how far in advance to reorder.1 List 5 advantages of using a simulation language.15 2 0.4 1 0. Calculate (a) The mean queue size (line length) (b) The probability that the queue size exceeds 10. of people working on the problem. approximate the expected time in the center for a person entering . Poisson arrivals and exponential service times.40 4 0. TUTORIAL 10 Q. if the inputs of the trains increases to an average33 /day.8 A mechanics repairs 4 machines. what will be the change in (a) and (b). 30/hr will repair machines exponentially at an average rate of 6/hr. ( Ans 3) Q.3 5 2 0. What is the steady state average queue at each counter. Lead time (in days) Probability Demand/day(units) Probability 1 0.3 In the production shop of a company.2) Q. calculate the following. 1/3 day or 8 days) Q. The fast – expensive repairman demands Rs. before the stock level is reduced to zero.. (Ans 3.7 For the above problem. However both the lead time and the demand/day for the item are random variables described by the probability distribution. (Ans 4/23) Q9In a railway yard . (Ans cost. (Ans 0. One of the repairman is slow but cheap and other fast but expensive.goods train arrive at a rate of 30 trains per day. (ρ = traffic intensity). the breakdown of the machines is found to be poisson with an average rate of 3 machine/hour. The mean time between service requirements is 5 hrs for each machine and forms an exponential distribution. (Ans 3 trains. Machine downtime costs Rs 25 per hr and the machine costs Rs 55 per day. Breakdown time at one machine costs Rs 40/hr to the company.06) Q. There are two choices before the company to hiring the repairman. what will be the change in (i) and (ii). Assuming that the inter-arrival time follows an exponential distribution and the service time is also exponential with an average 36min. 0. cost 70. The slow cheap repairman demand Rs 20/hr and will repair the broken down machines exponentially at the rate of 4/hr. (Ans.8 or 5 trains. If the arrival at the frontier is poisson at the rate λ and the service time is exponential with parameter λ/2. Q. If the input of trains increases to an average 33 per day . of customers in the system (ii) The probability that the queue size exceeds 10.8 Four counters are being run on the frontier of a country to check the passport and necessary papers of the tourists.OPERATIONS RESEARCH Q.180. fast-expensive repairman ) Q.If the time for solving one problem has an exponential distribution with mean time of 1/3rd day if the average solving time is inversely proportional to the no. Assuming that the interarrival time follows an exponential distribution and the service time distribution is also exponential with an average 36 min.25 3 0. The rules of the computing centre are that any man waiting to get his problem solved must aid the man whose problem is solved. (Ans Rs 200/day) 12 . Find the expected number of operating machines.4 Show that for a single service station. Which repairman should be hired.

each repairing only 2 machines.10 In prob1 (Ans 0-4 hr/day) .OPERATIONS RESEARCH Q. 13 .would it be economical to engage 2 mechanics.

0010 (Ans 3 parts) 4 0. Q. He cannot return unsold papers.03 0. The shortage and shortage costs are independent of time. 0 0.Suppose the demand follows a known continuous probability distribution.10Some of the spare parts of a ship costs Rs100000 each. Q. Set up cost is constant. Q. Suppose that a loss of Rs 1. these parts can’t be available on need.10 0. Determine the optimum inventory level in the beginning of the period.11 Q. how many papers should be ordered each day.4 Consider an inventory model in which the holding cost of one unit in an inventory for a specified period is C and the cost of shortage per unit is B .8 Formulate and solve continuous probabilistic reorder point for lot size model to determine optimal reorder point for a presented lot size.40 each.3 Discuss the probabilistic inventory models with instantaneous demand and no set up cost. Spare parts reqd Prob. These spare parts can only be ordered with the ship. 14 .0400 2 0.05 0.000 is suffered for each spare that is needed as replacement during the life term of the class of the ship discussed are.1 Most of the businessman view “Inventory is a necessary evil” .15 0.01 0.9 A newspaper boy buys paper for 60 paise each. Q. Q.06 0.7 What are the advantages and disadvantages of having inventories.00.05 If each day’s demand is independent of the previous day demand. Lead time is finite.0 How many spare parts should be procured.2 Formulate and solve a discrete stochastic model for a single product with lead time zero. Daily demand form the following distribution. OF 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 CUSTOMERS PROBABILITY .00. Q.0100 3 0.9488 1 0. Q. NO.10 0.0002 5 0. If not ordered at the time when shipnwas construted. Do you agree with this. Shortages are allowed and fully backlogged. Q. (Ans 28) Q.25 0.OPERATIONS RESEARCH TUTORIAL SHEET NO.6Define inventory and its importance.2 0.5 Write a note on Newspaper boy problem.and sales them for Rs 1.

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