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    Rolleyes Operations Research Problem

    it's classical exam question but i need help very immediately.
    Last edited by Burak; 01-14-2012 at 12:40 PM.

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    "sniff, sniff..." Does anyone else smell homework?

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    No it's beaver...
    Beaver Furniture that is...

    Sorry Burak,
    It's a board policy that folks aren't supposed to hand out answers for homework. :(

    "it's classical exam question but i need help very immediately. "

    I will suggest however, that before you start to look at these problems of yours very closely... you ought to read the book that was suggested for the class. Or at least the chapter that pertains to this problem at hand. By reading the book and then figuring this out on your own, you will have a better understanding of what it is you are going to school to learn.

    See the problem is... If somebody hands you the answers and you don't actually learn this stuff... The only job you will be able to get when you graduate will be with some form of local... state, or national government.

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    Certainly, you have been told an approved tutoring place or source at your school?

    Quote Originally Posted by Burak View Post
    What is the model for problem below?

    ..........

    it's classical exam question but i need help very immediately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burak View Post
    it's classical exam question but i need help very immediately.
    Well, Burak, in contravention to the board policy here and the unkind approaches that have been offered, I am willing to help you with this. I want to see you pass this exam with flying colors so here goes...

    Start here
    http://tinyurl.com/yl6nmpn

    then here
    http://tinyurl.com/2y6gqn

    then here, specifically the section in red
    http://tinyurl.com/7f78ctm

    You are very welcome and very good luck with your exam.

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    Very good post - your links are very informative a must read! ...

    Quote Originally Posted by PinkertonD View Post
    Well, Burak, in contravention to the board policy here and the unkind approaches that have been offered, I am willing to help you with this. I want to see you pass this exam with flying colors so here goes...

    Start here
    http://tinyurl.com/yl6nmpn

    then here
    http://tinyurl.com/2y6gqn

    then here, specifically the section in red
    http://tinyurl.com/7f78ctm

    You are very welcome and very good luck with your exam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelly Bramble View Post
    Very good post - your links are very informative a must read!
    Awww, shucks, Kelly, just trying to help the kid.

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    "See the problem is... If somebody hands you the answers and you don't actually learn this stuff... The only job you will be able to get when you graduate will be with some form of local... state, or national government."

    middle class engineer ethics..eyes:

    gotta remember that! thanks

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    Yeah, you gotta watch out for that "ethics" stuff. It will get you every time.

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    I think we are on the right ethical track by believing that only those that excell during the match get a trophy, rather than everyone get one to even everything out. Our country was built on rewards for hard work.

    Naturally that is going to pee-off the underachievers and lazy ones.

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