Do the hand-in assignment for Section 3.3, p. 212 of the textbook:*#* *26, 30, 32, 34, 58 [In the first four, set up as a system and then solve using the Pivot and Gauss Jordan tool here: http://www.zweigmedia.com/RealWorld/tutorialsf1/scriptpivot2.html - you can just press "reduce completely" - do not show row operations (see the sample homework document.) What is important in these exercises is how you set up the system, and how you use the solution. For #58, just create the problem scenarios; do not solve the system.]** * [Hint: Use the Student Solutions Manual to compare matched odd-numbered problem solutions.]

Do the hand-in assignment for Section 5.2, p. 333 of the textbook: *#* *26, 34, 42 [In each of these, set up the given problem as a linear programming problem. Then show the feasible region with corner points labeled and obtain the solution (see sample homework document).] * [Hint: Use the Student Solutions Manual to compare matched odd-numbered problem solutions.]

Subject | Mathematics |

Due By (Pacific Time) | 01/18/2014 12:00 pm |

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