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MCQ: In the simplex method, the slack, surplus and artificial variables are restricted to be

  1. multiplied
  2. negative
  3. non-negative
  4. divided

C

MCQ: In simplex method basic solution set as (n-m), all the variables other than basic are classified as

  1. constant variable
  2. non positive variables
  3. basic variables
  4. non-basic variable

D

MCQ: In simplex method, the feasible basic solution must satisfy the

  1. non-negativity constraint
  2. negativity constraint
  3. basic constraint
  4. common constraint

A

MCQ: The third requirement of simplex method is that all the variables are restricted to include

  1. negative even values
  2. odd values
  3. even values
  4. non-negative values

D

MCQ: According to algebra of simplex method, the 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

A