Numbers are missing for #9
tv radio paper mail
tv radio paper mail
sorry this not working well for me
Do you have a 4x4 matrix?
Yes! I am trying to set it up as it appears in the assignment
Here is a better idea. Is it a file?
Are you typing from a book, or is it a file on your computer?
0 3 -1 3
0 1 -1 3
-2 0 2 -2
Is each question a separate screen?
-2 1 -2 3
Yes! They are all word problems and I could not copy and paste the questions.
Ok, here is what to do. Do you know how to make a screenshot?
Ok, open a blank Word file, take screenshots of each page and paste them into the Word file. Then upload the file.
That way I can see the problems much easier.
I'll be here when you get back.
Are you there?
Please reply if you received the word document.
Sorry. Had to step away for a minute.
I have it.
Let me get done what I can see. There appear to be other parts that I cannot see yet.
Being MML, I assume that you do not need to show work, correct?
some parts you can't see but its okay
Okay. I will get each one done as I see it, okay?
The results for #3 is [35.7, 35.7, 28.6]
#4 is [11.1, 44.4, 44.4]
Incidentally, the matrix is [[.80, .20, 0][.05, .90, .05][0, .05, .95]]
#6 is a bit of a headache. Give me some time.
Ive done problems like it before, and it is very easy to make a mistake. Ill have to check this
okay...tell me about it. I have been working at this for 12 hours now.
the matrix for #6 is50 71 6929 50 4831 52 50
Let me find the saddle point.
Both will set up shop in Tahoe City.
To find the saddle point, circle the lowest in each row, then box the highest in each column. If one number is XXXXX and boxed, that is the saddle point.
So far so good.
The circled numbers are the first column, and the boxed numbers are the first row, so the 50 in cell (1, 1) is the answer.
Don't need the saddle point for #6.
The saddle point is how I got the answer.
It's okay...I understand.
#7 is P* = ???? the answer you gave is not correct.
[.8 0 .2 0] is for #7? If so, its not accurate.
# XXXXX and 9 are not accurate.
I did and they were wrong.
okay for # XXXXX E = ? (type a fully reduced fraction or mixed number)
It did not change... with two attempts it will automatically mark the ? wrong.
I know now because the previous answer were marked incorrectly.
Some instructors, not this one.
Don't know..guess she is hard.
At this point, I am at an 80%. So, I will accept it and start my final exam, which I only have 3.5 hours to complete.
Some answers, not all.
#7 have 2 parts missing.... what is the expected value of the game for R if the bank R always chooses tv and bank C uses its optimum strategy?
sorry... E = ?
fully reduced-fraction or mixed number
If R chooses tv it will choose row one...-2 no good
If R chooses tv, it will always choose row 1
What is the expected value of the game for R if bank C always chooses radio and bank R uses its optimum strategy?
same as previous but reversed and reduced again.
What is the expected value of the game for R if both banks always use the paper?
integer or two decimal places.
# XXXXX solve the game using the simplex method . Eliminate any recessive rows or columns. P*=[p1 p2 0]= [???]
Thank you so very much!!
and Q* = [???]