# Graphics of solutions

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• ### Ebook MATLABR for electrical and computer engineering students and professionals: Paer 2

Part 2 book "MATLABR for electrical and computer engineering students and professionals" includes content: Input/output; graphics, debugging, symbolic math; signals and systems; introduction to simulink; suggestions for reporting solutions to end of chapter problems; table of ascii codes; answers to selected problems.

• ### Ebook Introduction to statistics and data analysis: With exercises, solutions and applications in R – Part 1

Part 1 of ebook "Introduction to statistics and data analysis: With exercises, solutions and applications in R" provides readers with contents including: Chapter 1 - Introduction and framework; Chapter 2 - Frequency measures and graphical representation of data; Chapter 3 - Measures of central tendency and dispersion; Chapter 4 - Association of two variables; Chapter 5 - Combinatorics; Chapter 6 - Elements of probability theory; Chapter 7 - Random variables; Chapter 8 - Probability distributions;...

• ### Ebook Differential equations demystified: A self teaching guide

We propose to write a text on ordinary differential equations that will be meaningful, accessible, and engaging for a student with a basic grounding in calculus (for example, the student who has studied Calculus Demystified by this author will be more than ready for Differential Equations Demystified). There will be many applications, many graphics, a plethora of worked examples, and hundreds of stimulating exercises. The student who completes this book will be ready to go on to advanced analytical work in applied mathematics, engineering, and other fields of mathematical science.

• ### Ebook Basic engineering mathematics (4/E): Part 1

Part 1 book "Basic engineering mathematics" includes content: Basic arithmetic; fractions, decimals and percentages; indices, standard form and engineering notation; calculations and evaluation of formulae; computer numbering systems; algebra; simple equations; transposition of formulae; simultaneous equations; quadratic equations; inequalities; straight line graphs; graphical solution of equations; logarithms; exponential functions; reduction of non-linear laws to linear-form; graphs with logarithmic scales.

• ### Ebook An introduction to management science: Quantitative approaches to decision making (2nd edition) - Part 1

Part 1 of ebook "An introduction to management science: Quantitative approaches to decision making" provides readers with contents including: Chapter 1 - Introduction; Chapter 2 - An introduction to linear programming; Chapter 3 - Linear programming sensitivity analysis and interpretation of solution; Chapter 4 - Linear programming applications; Chapter 5 - Linear programming the simplex method; Chapter 6 - Simplex-based sensitivity analysis and duality; Chapter 7 - Transportation, assignment and transshipment problems;...

• ### Ebook Basic engineering mathematics (Fifth edition): Part 1

Part 1 of ebook "Basic engineering mathematics (Fifth edition)" has presents the following content: basic arithmetic; using a calculator; ratio and proportion; powers, roots and laws of indices; units, prefixes and engineering notation; basic algebra; further algebra; solving simple equations; transposing formulae; solving simultaneous equations; solving quadratic equations; exponential functions; straight line graphs; graphs reducing non-linear laws to linear form; graphical solution of equations; angles and triangles;...

• ### Lecture Operations management - Chapter 19: Linear programming

After studying this chapter you will be able to: Describe the type of problem that would lend itself to solution using linear programming, formulate a linear programming model from a description of a problem, solve simple linear programming problems using the graphical method.

• ### Lecture Managerial economics: Chapter 9 - Mark Hirschey

This chapter provides knowledge of demand estimation & forecasting. The contents of this chapter include all of the following: Basic Assumptions; Production Planning for a Single Product; Production Planning for Multiple Products; Graphic Specification and Solution; Algebraic Specification and Solution; Dual in Linear Programming; Dual Specification; Solving the Dual Problem.

• ### Disk tool profiling for helical surfaces generation

This paper proposed solutions for profiling the disc tool in machining a helical cylindrical surface with constant pitch. A section method has been developed in AutoCAD environment together with a Boolean operation. Especially, this work presented a computational problem of determining the any section of a helical surface, while other documents only refer to the section along axis and cross section. The authors used a combinative method of analytics, graphics and programming to solve that problem, applying in designing cutting tool for machining helical cylindrical surfaces.

• ### Lecture Manufacturing planning and control for supply chain management (6th Edition) – Chapter 8

After studying this chapter you will be able to: Describe the type of problem that would lend itself to solution using linear programming, formulate a linear programming model from a description of a problem, solve simple linear programming problems using the graphical method,...

• ### Lecture Introduction to Management Science with Spreadsheets: Chapter 5 - Stevenson, Ozgur

Chapter 5 "Linear programming: Sensitivity analysis and duality", after completing this chapter, you should be able to: Explain how sensitivity analysis can be useful to a decision maker, explain why it can be useful for a decision maker to extend the analysis of a linear programming problem beyond determination of the optimal solution, explain how to analyze graphically and interpret the impact of a change in the value of the objective function coefficient,...

• ### Lecture Introduction to Management Science with Spreadsheets: Chapter 3 - Stevenson, Ozgur

Chapter 3 "Linear programming: basic concepts and graphical solution", after completing this chapter, you should be able to: Explain what is meant by the terms constrained optimization and linear programming, list the components and the assumptions of linear programming and briefly explain each, name and describe at least three successful applications of linear programming,...

• ### Graphic models of micelles of solutions of sodium salts of fatty acids and research of changes occurring in them

Available scientific propositions of properties of colloidal systems consisting of low-concentrated solutions of individual salts of sodium soaps have been studied in purpose to make graphical model of micelle of sodium soaps. The projection of micelle surface section into straight line is approximated. According to the established graphical model, anions are in dynamic equilibrium with the micelle of sodium soaps.

• ### Algorithms for visual design using the processing language: Part 2

(BQ) In this context, there are many designers claiming to use the computer to design. But are they really creating a new design? Or are they just rearranging existing information within a domain set by the programmers? If it is the programmer who is considering all possible solutions to a design environment beforehand, who is really setting the parameters and the outcome of a design solution? We saw already the I-Generation (Internet-Generation) risen out of the information age.

• ### Convective thermal and concentration transfer effects in hydromagnetic peristaltic transport with Ohmic heating

The primary theme of this communication is to employ convective condition of mass transfer in the theory of peristalsis. The magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) peristaltic transport of viscous liquid in an asymmetric channel was considered for this purpose. Effects of Ohmic heating and Soret and Dufour are presented. The governing mathematical model was expressed in terms of closed form solution expressions. Attention has been focused to the analysis of temperature and concentration distributions.

• ### Analysis of dynamics of automobile cranes with the account of the rope elasticity

Up to now, there is still a little of attention paid on the dynamical analysis of automobile crane system and only simple dynamjcal models are used forth related studies. In this paper, a relatively comprehensive model describing the dynamics of automobile crane with only the body lifting mechanism taken into account, is presented. The numerical solution has been derived, illustrated by graphics and assessed.

• ### Lecture Operations management: Chapter 19 - William J. Stevenson

Chapter 19 - Linear programming. After studying this chapter you will be able to: Describe the type of problem that would lend itself to solution using linear programming, formulate a linear programming model from a description of a problem, solve simple linear programming problems using the graphical method,...

• ### Lecture Quantiative methods for bussiness - Chapter 8: Linear programming: Sensitivity analysis and interpretation of solution

This chapter presents the following content: Introduction to sensitivity analysis, objective function coefficients, right-hand sides, graphical sensitivity analysis, sensitivity analysis: computer solution, simultaneous changes.

• ### Vector mechanics for engineers: Statics (Chapter 1)

Mechanics is the science which describes and predicts the conditions of rest or motion of bodies under the action of forces.

• ### Vector mechanics for engineers: Statics (Chapter 2)

The objective for the current chapter is to investigate the effects of forces on particles: replacing multiple forces acting on a particle with a single equivalent or resultant force, relations between forces acting on a particle that is in a state of equilibrium.