The reader will be doing precise comparisons between values and not just relative comparisons.

1. When displaying numerical data in a table it is easier to make comparisons and view the data...
Answer
a.
When you use the same number of digits after the decimal for each number.
b.
When you center the numbers.
c.
When you include unnecessary digits.
d.
All of the above

2. Tables should be used when...
Answer
a.
The reader is looking at trends and doesn't need specific numerical values.
b.
The values being displayed will have the same magnitudes.
c.
The reader will be doing precise comparisons between values and not just relative comparisons.
d.
All of the above.

3. In the transshipment problem for Crain's Christmas Trees, if trees could be shipped from the Ohio Farm to the demand location in New York for $55, how would the linear formulation change?
Answer
a.
The objective would include X15.
b.
Node 1's constraint would include X15 as part of the flow out of the node.
c.
Node 5's constraint would include X15 as part of the flow into the node.
d.
All of the above.

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