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Gaussian Elimination Method Quiz

MCQ. Set of stocks usually in ownership of investor is considered as

  1. row ownership
  2. stock ownership
  3. portfolio
  4. column ownership


Simplex Methods Quiz

MCQ. According to algebra of simplex method, slack variables are assigned zero coefficients because

  1. no contribution in objective function
  2. high contribution in objective function
  3. divisor contribution in objective function
  4. base contribution in objective function


Simplex Preliminaries Quiz

MCQ. Non negative slack variable is added to any less than or equal to constraint of simplex method is treated as

  1. negative variable
  2. additional variable
  3. constrained variable
  4. non constrained variable


Linear Functions in Maths Quiz

MCQ. Raw material cost is $6.5 USD, labor cost $30.0 USD, units sold 2000 and total fixed cost is $30,000 USD then total cost is

  1. $103,000
  2. $203,000
  3. $303,000
  4. $403,000


Break Even Analysis Calculations Quiz

MCQ. Fixed cost is $100,000 USD, price per unit is $50 USD and variable cost per unit is $40 USD then output level break even point is

  1. 3000 units
  2. 10000 units
  3. 5000 units
  4. 4000 units