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MCQ: The right hand side constant in the ith constraint in primal must be equal to objective coefficient for

  1. jth primal variable
  2. ith dual variable
  3. ith primal variable
  4. jth dual variable

B

MCQ: In linear programming, the related problems in linear programming are classified as

  1. dual variables
  2. single problems
  3. double problems
  4. dual problems

D

MCQ: The dual problem statement is formulated with the help of information available in another statement called

  1. primal problem
  2. prime problem
  3. optimal problem
  4. primal constants

A

MCQ: The variable in dual problem which can assume the negative values, positive values or zero values is classified as

  1. unrestricted constant
  2. restricted constant
  3. restricted variable
  4. unrestricted variable

D

MCQ: In primal-dual solutions, the dual problem solution can be obtained by solving other problems classified as

  1. unrestricted problem
  2. original problem
  3. double problem
  4. restricted problem

B