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Seat No.: ________ Enrollment No.___________
GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
MBA ? SEMESTER 2 ? EXAMINATION ? SUMMER 2019
Subject Code: 2820007 Date:11/05/2019
Subject Name: Quantitative Analysis II (QA-II)
Time:10:30 AM To 01:30 PM Total Marks: 70
Instructions:
1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.
Q-1(A): Select the appropriate options from the given multiple choices: (6)
1. The method used for solving an assignment problem is called
A. Reduced matrix method B. Modified Distribution Method (MODI)
C. Hungarian Approximation Method (HAM) D. None of the above
2. Which technique is used to intimate an operation prior to actual performance?
A. Simulation B. Markov Chain Analysis
C. Goal Programming D. Network Model
3. In linear programming graphical method can be applied when there is/are only _____
variable(s):
A. One B. Two
C. Three D. Four
4. When total supply is equal to total demand in a transportation problem, the problem
is said to be:
A. Balance B. Unbalanced
C. Degenerate D. None of the above.
5. Customers enter the waiting line at a cafeteria on first come first serve basis. The
arrival rate follows a poison distribution and service time follows an exponential
distribution. If the average number of arrivals is 8 per minute and average service rate
of single server is 10 per minute, what is the value of utilizations parameter?
A. 0.6 B 0.90
C 1.67 D 0.80
6. While solving a LP model graphically, the area bounded by the constraints is called:
A. Feasible region B. Infeasible region
C. Unbounded solution D. None of the above
Q-1(B): Explain the following terms (4)
1. Unbounded Solution
2. Binary Variables
4. Constraints
Q-1(C) Write a note on Travelling Salesmanship Problem. (4)
Q-2(A) What is Integer Programming? Explain the various types of integer programming in
detail. (7)
Q-2(B) Write the dual of the following LP problem: (7)
Min Z = 3X1 ? 2X2 + 4X3
Subject to constraints
3X1 + 5X2 + 4X3 ? 7
6X1 + X2 + 3X3 ? 4
7X1 ? 2X2 ? X3 ? 10
X1 ? 2X2 + 5X3 ? 3
4X1 + 7X2 ? 2X3 ? 2
X1, X2, X3 ? 0
OR
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Seat No.: ________ Enrollment No.___________
GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
MBA ? SEMESTER 2 ? EXAMINATION ? SUMMER 2019
Subject Code: 2820007 Date:11/05/2019
Subject Name: Quantitative Analysis II (QA-II)
Time:10:30 AM To 01:30 PM Total Marks: 70
Instructions:
1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.
Q-1(A): Select the appropriate options from the given multiple choices: (6)
1. The method used for solving an assignment problem is called
A. Reduced matrix method B. Modified Distribution Method (MODI)
C. Hungarian Approximation Method (HAM) D. None of the above
2. Which technique is used to intimate an operation prior to actual performance?
A. Simulation B. Markov Chain Analysis
C. Goal Programming D. Network Model
3. In linear programming graphical method can be applied when there is/are only _____
variable(s):
A. One B. Two
C. Three D. Four
4. When total supply is equal to total demand in a transportation problem, the problem
is said to be:
A. Balance B. Unbalanced
C. Degenerate D. None of the above.
5. Customers enter the waiting line at a cafeteria on first come first serve basis. The
arrival rate follows a poison distribution and service time follows an exponential
distribution. If the average number of arrivals is 8 per minute and average service rate
of single server is 10 per minute, what is the value of utilizations parameter?
A. 0.6 B 0.90
C 1.67 D 0.80
6. While solving a LP model graphically, the area bounded by the constraints is called:
A. Feasible region B. Infeasible region
C. Unbounded solution D. None of the above
Q-1(B): Explain the following terms (4)
1. Unbounded Solution
2. Binary Variables
4. Constraints
Q-1(C) Write a note on Travelling Salesmanship Problem. (4)
Q-2(A) What is Integer Programming? Explain the various types of integer programming in
detail. (7)
Q-2(B) Write the dual of the following LP problem: (7)
Min Z = 3X1 ? 2X2 + 4X3
Subject to constraints
3X1 + 5X2 + 4X3 ? 7
6X1 + X2 + 3X3 ? 4
7X1 ? 2X2 ? X3 ? 10
X1 ? 2X2 + 5X3 ? 3
4X1 + 7X2 ? 2X3 ? 2
X1, X2, X3 ? 0
OR
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Q-2 (B) Write a note on following: i. Goal Programming and ii. Sensitivity Analysis (7)

Q-3 (A) What is Shortest Route Techniques? What is the various business situations where
this technique can be applying? (7)

Q-3(B) A furniture manufacturer makes two products: chairs and tables. These products are
processed using two machines ? X and Y. One chair requires 2 hours on machine X and 6
hours on machine Y. One table requires 5 hours on machine X and no time on machine Y.
There are 16 hours per day on machine X and 30 hours on machine Y. The profit gained by
the manufacturer from chair is Rs. 200 and from table is Rs. 500. Solve graphically to find
the daily production of each of the two products. (7)
OR
Q-3(A) What is Simulation? Write its merits and demerits. (7)

Q-3(B) In Ahmedabad market only two brands of toothpaste, A and B are sold. Given that
people last purchased toothpaste A, there is 80% chance that they would buy the same brand
in the next purchase, while if people purchased brand B, there is 90% chance that their next
purchase would be brand B. Using this information, develop the transition probability matrix,
Now Calculate: (7)
i. The probability that if a customer is currently a brand A purchaser, they will
purchase brand B two purchases from now.
ii. The probability that if a customer is a brand B purchaser, they will purchase brand
A three periods from now.
iii. The probability that three periods from now, a customer shall buy brand B, given
that the market share of two brands is as follows:Brand A?70% and Brand B?30%

Q-4(A) What is Queue? Explain the different type of Queuing structure applying in various

Q-4(B) A company has four sales representatives who are to be assigned to four different
sales territories. The monthly sales increase estimated for each sales representatives for
different sales territories(in lakh rupees), is shown in the following table: (7)
Sales
Representatives
Sales Territories
S1 200 150 170 220
S2 160 120 150 140
S3 190 195 190 200
S4 180 175 160 190
Suggest optimal assignment and the total maximum sales increase per month.
OR
Q-4(A) Write a note on followings: (7)
i. Brand Switching
ii. Minimal Spanning Tree

Q-4(B) Customer in CCD arrive randomly following poisson process. The single attendant
provide service to the customer at the rate of 10 customer per hours the service time being
distributed exponentially the mean arrival rate 4 per minutes per customer. Being consultant
appointed by the franchise give your comment about queuing system of CCD and interpreted
the effectiveness of the system in the following areas: (7)
i. Find Utilization Parameter.
ii. What is the average length of queue that have atleast one customer.
iii. Expected time of customer spend in CCD.

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Seat No.: ________ Enrollment No.___________
GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
MBA ? SEMESTER 2 ? EXAMINATION ? SUMMER 2019
Subject Code: 2820007 Date:11/05/2019
Subject Name: Quantitative Analysis II (QA-II)
Time:10:30 AM To 01:30 PM Total Marks: 70
Instructions:
1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.
Q-1(A): Select the appropriate options from the given multiple choices: (6)
1. The method used for solving an assignment problem is called
A. Reduced matrix method B. Modified Distribution Method (MODI)
C. Hungarian Approximation Method (HAM) D. None of the above
2. Which technique is used to intimate an operation prior to actual performance?
A. Simulation B. Markov Chain Analysis
C. Goal Programming D. Network Model
3. In linear programming graphical method can be applied when there is/are only _____
variable(s):
A. One B. Two
C. Three D. Four
4. When total supply is equal to total demand in a transportation problem, the problem
is said to be:
A. Balance B. Unbalanced
C. Degenerate D. None of the above.
5. Customers enter the waiting line at a cafeteria on first come first serve basis. The
arrival rate follows a poison distribution and service time follows an exponential
distribution. If the average number of arrivals is 8 per minute and average service rate
of single server is 10 per minute, what is the value of utilizations parameter?
A. 0.6 B 0.90
C 1.67 D 0.80
6. While solving a LP model graphically, the area bounded by the constraints is called:
A. Feasible region B. Infeasible region
C. Unbounded solution D. None of the above
Q-1(B): Explain the following terms (4)
1. Unbounded Solution
2. Binary Variables
4. Constraints
Q-1(C) Write a note on Travelling Salesmanship Problem. (4)
Q-2(A) What is Integer Programming? Explain the various types of integer programming in
detail. (7)
Q-2(B) Write the dual of the following LP problem: (7)
Min Z = 3X1 ? 2X2 + 4X3
Subject to constraints
3X1 + 5X2 + 4X3 ? 7
6X1 + X2 + 3X3 ? 4
7X1 ? 2X2 ? X3 ? 10
X1 ? 2X2 + 5X3 ? 3
4X1 + 7X2 ? 2X3 ? 2
X1, X2, X3 ? 0
OR
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Q-2 (B) Write a note on following: i. Goal Programming and ii. Sensitivity Analysis (7)

Q-3 (A) What is Shortest Route Techniques? What is the various business situations where
this technique can be applying? (7)

Q-3(B) A furniture manufacturer makes two products: chairs and tables. These products are
processed using two machines ? X and Y. One chair requires 2 hours on machine X and 6
hours on machine Y. One table requires 5 hours on machine X and no time on machine Y.
There are 16 hours per day on machine X and 30 hours on machine Y. The profit gained by
the manufacturer from chair is Rs. 200 and from table is Rs. 500. Solve graphically to find
the daily production of each of the two products. (7)
OR
Q-3(A) What is Simulation? Write its merits and demerits. (7)

Q-3(B) In Ahmedabad market only two brands of toothpaste, A and B are sold. Given that
people last purchased toothpaste A, there is 80% chance that they would buy the same brand
in the next purchase, while if people purchased brand B, there is 90% chance that their next
purchase would be brand B. Using this information, develop the transition probability matrix,
Now Calculate: (7)
i. The probability that if a customer is currently a brand A purchaser, they will
purchase brand B two purchases from now.
ii. The probability that if a customer is a brand B purchaser, they will purchase brand
A three periods from now.
iii. The probability that three periods from now, a customer shall buy brand B, given
that the market share of two brands is as follows:Brand A?70% and Brand B?30%

Q-4(A) What is Queue? Explain the different type of Queuing structure applying in various

Q-4(B) A company has four sales representatives who are to be assigned to four different
sales territories. The monthly sales increase estimated for each sales representatives for
different sales territories(in lakh rupees), is shown in the following table: (7)
Sales
Representatives
Sales Territories
S1 200 150 170 220
S2 160 120 150 140
S3 190 195 190 200
S4 180 175 160 190
Suggest optimal assignment and the total maximum sales increase per month.
OR
Q-4(A) Write a note on followings: (7)
i. Brand Switching
ii. Minimal Spanning Tree

Q-4(B) Customer in CCD arrive randomly following poisson process. The single attendant
provide service to the customer at the rate of 10 customer per hours the service time being
distributed exponentially the mean arrival rate 4 per minutes per customer. Being consultant
appointed by the franchise give your comment about queuing system of CCD and interpreted
the effectiveness of the system in the following areas: (7)
i. Find Utilization Parameter.
ii. What is the average length of queue that have atleast one customer.
iii. Expected time of customer spend in CCD.

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Q-5 Apply MODI method to obtain optimal solution of transportation problem using the data
of following table. (14)
D1 D2 D3 D4 Supply
S1 19 30 50 10 7
S2 70 30 40 60 9
S3 40 8 70 20 18
Demand 5 8 7 14 34
OR
Q-5 Case Study: (14)
The management of PQR company considering the question of marketing a new product. The
fixed cost required in the project is Rs. 4,000. Three factors are uncertain, viz., the selling
price, variable cost, and the annual sales volume. The product has a life of only one year. The
management has the data on these three factors as under:
Selling
Price(Rs.)
Probability Variable
Cost (Rs.)
Probability Sales
Volume(Units)
Probability
3 0.2 1 0.3 2,000 0.3
4 0.5 2 0.6 3,000 0.3
5 0.3 3 0.1 5,000 0.4
Considering the following sequence of thirty random numbers: 81, 32, 60, 04, 46, 31, 67, 25,
24, 10,40, 02,39, 68, 08, 59, 66, 90, 12, 64, 79, 31, 86, 68, 82, 89, 25, 11, 98, 16.
Using the sequence (First 3 random numbers for the first trial, etc.,) simulate the average
profit for the above project on the basis of 10 trails.

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