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## M.B.A QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR MANAGEMENT Question paper

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#### ganeshbala

##### Sep 01, 2008, 11:22 PM
2008 Bharathiar University M.B.A QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR MANAGEMENT Question paper

M.B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, JUNE 2008
(for the candidates admitted from 2007 onwards)

QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR MANAGEMENT

MAXIMUM: 100 Marks

ALL Questions carry equal marks. (5*20 =100)

1. Discuss the various mathematical models.

2. (a) What is Linear programing problem? What are its assumptions?

(b) Solve the Linear programing problem by graphical method.

Maximise Z = 3X +4Y
Subject to
2X + 3Y< 6
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6X + 4Y > 24
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X,Y > 0.
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3. Explin the various methods to find initial solution for transporation problem with an example.

4. What is normal distribution? Explain the properties of normal distribution.

5. (a) What are the assumptions made in a waiting line method?

(b) Explain the structure of M/M/1 Model for infinite population.

6. Write short notes on:
(a) Decision theory

(b) Decision trees

7. Find the optimum order quantity for a product for which price breas are as follows:

Quantity Price per unit

0 < Q1 < 500 10
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500 < Q2 9
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The monthly demand for the product is 200 units, the cost of storage 15 2% of the unit cost and
the odering coat is Rs. 350.

8. Two firms re competing for business under the conditions so that one firm's gain is another firm's
loss. Firm A's pay off mastrix is given below.

FIRM B
FIRM A NO MEDIUM HEAVY

NO

MEDIUM

HEAVY

Suggest optimal strategies for two firmsand the net outcome thereof.

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