the juvenile court system, and the selection of your final project position in AppendixD. Post AppendixD as an attachment.
Day 5 (Fri) DQ 1 Day 2 (Tue) DQ 2 Day 4 (Thurs)
Due
Points
Readings Participation
10
10
30
Syllabus CJS/240 Version 3
6
Week Six: Juvenile...
of Zj in Table T3.1 are as follows: Zj (for column X1) Zj (for column X2) Zj (for column S1) Zj (for column S2) Zj (for total profit) 0(2) 0(1) 0(1) 0(0) 0(100) 0(4) 0(3) 0(0) 0(1) 0 0 0 0 0
0(240)
Cj Zj: This number represents the net profit (that is, the profit gained minus the profit given...
M7-17. a.
b. The new optimal corner point is (0,60) and the profit is 7,200.
c. The shadow price = (increase in profit)/(increase in right-hand side value)
= (7,200 – 2,400)/(240 – 80)
= 4,800/160
= 30
d. With the additional change, the optimal corner point in part B is...
, with each equation containing all of the variables.
M7-4
MODULE 7 • LINEAR PROGRAMMING: THE SIMPLEX METHOD
FIGURE M7.1 Corner Points of the Flair Furniture Company Problem
C 100 B = (0, 80) Number of Chairs 80 2T + 1C 60 100
40
C = (30, 40) 4T + 3C 240
20 D = (50, 0) (0,0) A...
approximately 3 weeks. During the procedure, they were under either general anesthesia or conscious sedation, as previously described.5,8 A video showing part of an actual procedure is in the Supplementary Appendix, available with the full text of this article at www.nejm.org. Control subjects had...
number
S1
S2
Zj
Cj
Zj
$5
$0
$0
X1
X2
S1
S2
2
4
1
3
1
0
0
1
$0
$7
$0
$5
$0
$0
$0
$0
pivot column
(maximum Cj Zj values)
QUANTITY
100 ← pivot
240
row
$0
$0
S I M P L E X S O L U T I O N P RO C E D U R E S
T3-5
Step 1...
of the form:
d. With the additional change, the optimal corner point in
part B is still the optimal corner point. Proﬁt doesn’t
change. Once the right-hand side went beyond 240,
another constraint prevented any additional proﬁt, and
there is now slack for the ﬁrst constraint.
9-18.
a...
Number of Chairs
B = (0, 80)
80
2T + 1C Յ 100
60
40
C = (30, 40)
4T + 3C Յ 240
20
D = (50, 0)
(0,0) A
0
20
40
60
80
T
Number of Tables
A basic feasible solution to a
system of n equations is found by
setting all but n variables equal
to 0 and solving for...
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a) Plot these data and determine if a linear model is reasonable.
b) Develop a regression model.
c) What is the expected ridership if 10 million tourists visit the city?
d) If there are no tourists...
determines the S1 variable is to be replaced. This corresponds to point D on the graph in Figure 9.2.
Cj SOLUTION MIX $0 $0 S1 S2 Zj Cj - Zj $70 T 2 4 $0 $70 $50 C 1 3 $0 $50 $0 S1 1 0 $0 $0 $0 S2 0 1 $0 $0 QUANTITY (RHS) 100 240 Pivot row $0
The Second Simplex Tableau
Step 3 We can now begin to...
) 3Á f) Since there are three decision variables, a three-dimensional graph is required. a) minimization; because zj – cj is being calculated on the bottom row and not cj – zj b) x1 = 20, x3 = 10, s1 = 10, z = 240 c) Yes; all zj – cj values are negative or zero. d) Minimize Z = 6x1 + 20x2 + 12x3 e...
section. For now, they are
relevant only to the extent that the following is true:
cz)c and s2
z)s2;
with equality if k51 or t50. That is, both the expected value and the
variance of the merged entity’s costs are reduced. Define d c cz ¼ k1
kþ1t
as the expected cost advantage of the merged...
Building Spreadsheet Models 788 Appendix B Areas for the Standard Normal Distribution 815 Appendix C Values of e λ 817 AppendixD References and Bibliography 818 Appendix E Self-Test Solutions and Answers to Even-Numbered Problems 820 Index 853
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Contents
Preface...
transformations as the encryption algorithm (with transformations replaced by their inverses). To achieve this equivalence, a change in key schedule is needed.
ANSWERS TO PROBLEMS
5.1 We want to show that d(x) = a(x) x b(x) mod (x4 + 1) = 1. Substituting into Equation (5.12) in Appendix 5A, we have:
d0...
AppendixD Certification/Letters
Appendix E Office Layout
Appendix F Organizational Chart
PART 1 – Summary of Proposal
System Title:
A Proposed Computerized for Sales, Ordering and Payment System
Proponents of the System:
GLAIZA E. RIVERA
L11 A BLK1 PARKLANE SUBD. GUITNANGBAYAN II SAN...
Axia College Material
Appendix A
Final Project Overview and Timeline
Final Project Overview
The final project for CJS240 is to research and write a 1,750- to 2,100-word position paper arguing one of the following positions:
• The juvenile justice system should focus on rehabilitation...