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MCQ: The set of stocks usually in the ownership of investor is considered as

- row ownership
- stock ownership
- portfolio
- column ownership

C

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

- no contribution in objective function
- high contribution in objective function
- divisor contribution in objective function
- base contribution in objective function

A

MCQ: The non-negative slack variable is added to any less than or equal to constraint of simplex method is treated as

- negative variable
- additional variable
- constrained variable
- non constrained variable

B

MCQ: The 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

- $103,000
- $203,000
- $303,000
- $403,000

A

MCQ: The fixed cost is $100,000 USD, the price per unit is $50 USD and the variable cost per unit is $40 USD then the output level break-even point is

- 3000 units
- 10000 units
- 5000 units
- 4000 units

B