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Question 34245

posted 1 years ago

Determine the numerical values of the ß coefficients(weighting factors) in such a way that the solution of the water resources allocation problem complies with the assumed hierarchy of water users:Ul > U2 > U3 >U4>U5 > U6 > U7

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Question 34246

posted 1 years ago

Determine the numerical values of the B coefficients(weighting factors) in such a way that the solution of the water resources allocation problem complies with the assumed hierarchy of water users:U1 > U4 > U3 > U2

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Question 34244

posted 1 years ago

Determine the numerical values of the ß coefficients(weighting factors) in such a way that the solution of the water resources allocation problem complies with the assumed hierarchy of water users:U5 > U1 > U2 > U3 > U4

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Question 33068

posted 1 years ago

A design task involves finding values for three variables. Each variable can take two values. How many solutions are possible? If each solution requires 1 second to be evaluated on a computer, how long does it take to evaluate all solutions? If the number of variables increases to 30, how long does it take to evaluate all solutions? Show your work.

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Question 33070

posted 1 years ago

A logistics task: rectangular boxes containing mechanical components need to be transported to a site. Every box has the same width and height (60 x 10 cm). Lengths of boxes vary from 10 cm to 60 cm. All boxes need to be packed into a large container of dimensions 60 × 60 × 60 cm. In a certain shipment the boxes have the following lengths
How can the boxes be packed in the container? Any empty space within the container could be filled with packing material. Design an algorithm for handling the task for n boxes of variable lengths. What is the complexity of this algorithm (see Figure 2.9)?Show your work.

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Question 33069

posted 1 years ago

A mathematical problem involves finding values for N continuous variables such that a certain function (objective function) is a minimum. The bounds of variables(minimum and maximum) of all variables are known. An algorithm for finding an optimal solution requires evaluation of all corner points of the domain (i.e. solutions containing the minimum or maximum values of all variables). What is the complexity of this algorithm?
(b) 0(N²)
(а) О(N)
(c) O(2N)
(d) O(NN)

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Question 1904

posted 1 years ago

Distance Calculator If you know a vehicle's speed and the amount of time it has traveled, you can calculate the distance it has traveled as follows:
Distance = Speed * Time
For example, if a train travels 40 miles per hour for 3 hours, the distance traveled is 120 miles. Create an application with a form similar to the one shown in Figure 5-47.When the user clicks the Calculate button, the application should display an input box asking the user for the speed of the vehicle in miles-per-hour, followed by an-other input box asking for the amount of time, in hours, that the vehicle has traveled. Then it should use a loop to display in a list box the distance the vehicle has traveled for each hour of that time period. Figure 5-48 shows an example of what the application's form should look like.

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Question 3901

posted 1 years ago

A software company sells three packages, Package A, Package B, and Package C,which retail for $99, $199, and $299, respectively. Quantity discounts are given ac-cording to the following table:
Create an application that allows the user to enter the number of units sold for each software package. The application's form should resemble Figure 4-37.
The application should calculate and display the order amounts and the grand total in a Label control. The Clear button must clear all text boxes and calculated labels.The Exit button must close the window.
Input validation: Make sure the number of units for each package is numeric, and is not negative.Use the following test data to determine if the application is calculating properly:

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Question 3902

posted 1 years ago

The application should prompt the user for each student's name and three test scores. Figure 5-54 shows an example of how the application's form might appear after all the data has been entered.
Create an application that allows a teacher to enter three test scores each for threestudents. The application should calculate each student's average test score and as-sign a letter grade based on the following grading scale:

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Question 8673

posted 1 years ago

Sort the following list showing the lists obtained at each step.
a) Use insertion sort to sort list: 3, 1, 5, 7, 4.
b) Use selection sort to sort list: 3, 5, 4, 1, 2.

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