ANALISIS_DE_DECISIONES_2019.pdf

ANALISIS_DE_DECISIONES_2019.pdf Universidad Católica Boliviana “San Pablo” Facultad de Ingeniería – Departamento de Ciencias Básicas Materia:     MAT – 252 Investigación Operativa II y Laboratorio Capítulo:         Análisis de Decisiones Problema…

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Se desea sujetar un poste de 20 m de altura con un cable que sale de la parte superior del mismo hasta el suelo de modo que forme un ángulo de 30 grados con el piso calcular el precio del cable si cada metro cuesta 12 pesoso

Se desea sujetar un poste de 20 m de altura con un cable que sale de la parte superior del mismo hasta el suelo de modo que forme un ángulo…

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The gas phase reaction A B+C Is carried out isothermally in a 20 dm3 constant volume batch reactor. 20 moles of pure A is initially placed in the reactor. The reactor is fell mixed.) a. If the reaction is first order, with k 0.865 min, calculate the time necessary to reduce the number of moles of A in the reactor to 0.2 mole. b. If the reaction is second order, with k 2 dm/mol.min, calculate the time necessary to consume 19 mol of A If the temperature is 127°C, what is the initial total pressure c.

The gas phase reaction A B+C Is carried out isothermally in a 20 dm3 constant volume batch reactor. 20 moles of pure A is initially placed in the reactor. The…

Continue Reading The gas phase reaction A B+C Is carried out isothermally in a 20 dm3 constant volume batch reactor. 20 moles of pure A is initially placed in the reactor. The reactor is fell mixed.) a. If the reaction is first order, with k 0.865 min, calculate the time necessary to reduce the number of moles of A in the reactor to 0.2 mole. b. If the reaction is second order, with k 2 dm/mol.min, calculate the time necessary to consume 19 mol of A If the temperature is 127°C, what is the initial total pressure c.

Toda el agua que produce una planta purificadora se puede envasar en 840 envases de medio litro de capacidad. ¿Cuántos envases de 1.5 litros, un cuarto de litro y 3 litros de capacidad se necesitarían para envasar la misma cantidad de agua?

Toda el agua que produce una planta purificadora se puede envasar en 840 envases de medio litro de capacidad. ¿Cuántos envases de 1.5 litros, un cuarto de litro y 3…

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1. The ratio of the sides of a triangle is 2:6:7. If the perimeter of the triangle is 195 meters, what is the length of the longest side? 2. The ratio of the angles in a triangle is 3:10:7. What is the measure of the smallest angle? type 3. What is the scale factor of Figure B to Figure A? type 4. If the scale factor of Figure A to Figure Bis 3:8, find the value of . 8.6 25 B 10 10 А 21.5 B 5. If AGHI – ALMK, with a scale factor of 5:6, find the perimeter of AGHI. x = type 6. IF ACDE AFGE, find the value of x. D P-type x = type 7. IF AHBN ALYR, find the value of x. 4 I11 28 21 2 ‘N x = type 8. If APTS – APOR, find the value of x. SE+13 36 . 30 x = type 9. IF AFGHAKJH, find FH. 12 52 FH – type 10. IF APML- ATRO, find QR. P 35 M 7-9 24+2 14 type QR For Questions 11-16, determine how (if possible) the triangles can be proved similar. 11. 12. 20.8 23.4 A. AAN B. SSS C. SAS D. Not Similar A. A B. SSS C. SAS D. Not Similar 13. 14. 20 4 A. AAN B. SSS C. SAS D. Not Similar A. A B. SSS C. SAS D. Not Similar 15. 16. 40 24 10 60 16 15 12.8 A. AA B. SSS C. SAS D. Not Similar 17. Which of the follow triangles is similar to APOR? A. 12 A. AAN B. SSS C. SAS D. Not Similar 15 21 c. 15 D. 10 18 17.5 18. In addition to the information given in the drawing, which statement would be sufficient to prove that ASTWAXYZ? 27 A. TW:SW = 1:3 B. TW:SW = 8:5 C. SW = 24 and TW = 15 D. SW = 15 and TW = 24 Y 5 2 19. Solve for x. 20. Solve for x. 20 VES x = type x = type 21. Solve for x. 3x + 1 10 7x-1 22 type 22. In which of the following drawings is De parallel to AC? A. 8 B. C. D. 8 12 14 24 20.4 17.5 21 26 22.5 D 5 1 23. The triangles shown below are similar. Solve for x. A 4×1 X= type

The ratio of the sides of a triangle is 2:6:7. If the perimeter of the triangle is 195 meters, what is the length of the longest side? 2. The ratio…

Continue Reading 1. The ratio of the sides of a triangle is 2:6:7. If the perimeter of the triangle is 195 meters, what is the length of the longest side? 2. The ratio of the angles in a triangle is 3:10:7. What is the measure of the smallest angle? type 3. What is the scale factor of Figure B to Figure A? type 4. If the scale factor of Figure A to Figure Bis 3:8, find the value of . 8.6 25 B 10 10 А 21.5 B 5. If AGHI – ALMK, with a scale factor of 5:6, find the perimeter of AGHI. x = type 6. IF ACDE AFGE, find the value of x. D P-type x = type 7. IF AHBN ALYR, find the value of x. 4 I11 28 21 2 ‘N x = type 8. If APTS – APOR, find the value of x. SE+13 36 . 30 x = type 9. IF AFGHAKJH, find FH. 12 52 FH – type 10. IF APML- ATRO, find QR. P 35 M 7-9 24+2 14 type QR For Questions 11-16, determine how (if possible) the triangles can be proved similar. 11. 12. 20.8 23.4 A. AAN B. SSS C. SAS D. Not Similar A. A B. SSS C. SAS D. Not Similar 13. 14. 20 4 A. AAN B. SSS C. SAS D. Not Similar A. A B. SSS C. SAS D. Not Similar 15. 16. 40 24 10 60 16 15 12.8 A. AA B. SSS C. SAS D. Not Similar 17. Which of the follow triangles is similar to APOR? A. 12 A. AAN B. SSS C. SAS D. Not Similar 15 21 c. 15 D. 10 18 17.5 18. In addition to the information given in the drawing, which statement would be sufficient to prove that ASTWAXYZ? 27 A. TW:SW = 1:3 B. TW:SW = 8:5 C. SW = 24 and TW = 15 D. SW = 15 and TW = 24 Y 5 2 19. Solve for x. 20. Solve for x. 20 VES x = type x = type 21. Solve for x. 3x + 1 10 7x-1 22 type 22. In which of the following drawings is De parallel to AC? A. 8 B. C. D. 8 12 14 24 20.4 17.5 21 26 22.5 D 5 1 23. The triangles shown below are similar. Solve for x. A 4×1 X= type

a) Among a number of other useful methods for selective oxidation of primary and secondary alcohols to aldehydes and ketones under mild conditions is the Oppenauer oxidation. It has been widely used in the steroid systems.

a) Among a number of other useful methods for selective oxidation of primary and secondary alcohols to aldehydes and ketones under mild conditions is the Oppenauer oxidation. It has been…

Continue Reading a) Among a number of other useful methods for selective oxidation of primary and secondary alcohols to aldehydes and ketones under mild conditions is the Oppenauer oxidation. It has been widely used in the steroid systems.

A solid metal cylinder has a base radius of 4 cm and a height of 8 cm. (a) Find the area of the base of the cylinder. (b) Show that the volume of the metal used in the cylinder is 402 cm3, given correct 2 marks) to three significant figures. 2 marks] (c) Find the total surface area of the cylinder. mar The cylinder was melted and recast into a solid cone, shown in the following diagram. The base radius OB is 6 cm. 6 cm (d) (e) (f) (g) Find the height, OC, of the cone. Find the size of angle BCO Find the slant height, CB. Find the total surface area of the cone. 3 marks] 2 marks) 2 marks)] 4 marks]

A solid metal cylinder has a base radius of 4 cm and a height of 8 cm. (a) Find the area of the base of the cylinder. (b) Show that…

Continue Reading A solid metal cylinder has a base radius of 4 cm and a height of 8 cm. (a) Find the area of the base of the cylinder. (b) Show that the volume of the metal used in the cylinder is 402 cm3, given correct 2 marks) to three significant figures. 2 marks] (c) Find the total surface area of the cylinder. mar The cylinder was melted and recast into a solid cone, shown in the following diagram. The base radius OB is 6 cm. 6 cm (d) (e) (f) (g) Find the height, OC, of the cone. Find the size of angle BCO Find the slant height, CB. Find the total surface area of the cone. 3 marks] 2 marks) 2 marks)] 4 marks]

QUANTO MECHANICS Investors and dealers are increasingly turning to equity linked forex options – then finding they don’t know how to value them.

QUANTO MECHANICS Investors and dealers are increasingly turning to equity linked forex options - then finding they don't know how to value them. Eric Reiner explains how to adapt Black-Scholes…

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Ejemplo de diseño curricular – El proyecto consiste en la elaboración de un diseño curricular para bachillerato

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The following are the demand and supply functions for three competing mobile phone models of different manufacturers. Qd1 = 92 – 20p1 + 4p2 + 4p3 Qs1 = 24p1 – 32 Qd2 = 60 + 4p1 – 12p2 + 8p3 Qs2 = 12p2 – 44 Qd3 = 76 + 4p1+ 8p2 – 16p3 Qs3 = 12p3 – 20 Using Inverse Matrix Method determine whether there are prices which would bring the supply and demand levels into equilibrium for each of the three mobile phone models. If so, what are the equilibrium demand and supply quantities?

The following are the demand and supply functions for three competing mobile phone models of different manufacturers. Qd1 = 92 - 20p1 + 4p2 + 4p3 Qs1 = 24p1 -…

Continue Reading The following are the demand and supply functions for three competing mobile phone models of different manufacturers. Qd1 = 92 – 20p1 + 4p2 + 4p3 Qs1 = 24p1 – 32 Qd2 = 60 + 4p1 – 12p2 + 8p3 Qs2 = 12p2 – 44 Qd3 = 76 + 4p1+ 8p2 – 16p3 Qs3 = 12p3 – 20 Using Inverse Matrix Method determine whether there are prices which would bring the supply and demand levels into equilibrium for each of the three mobile phone models. If so, what are the equilibrium demand and supply quantities?