## Marks 1

If there are $$m$$ sources and $$n$$ destinations in a transportation matrix, the total number of basic variables in a basic feasible solution is

## Marks 2

A product made in two factories $$P$$ and $$Q,$$ is transported to two destinations, $$R$$ and $$S.$$ The per unit costs of transportation (in Rupees)...

For the standard transportation linear programme with $$m$$ sources and $$n$$ destinations and total supply equaling total demand, an optimal solution...

A company has two factories $${S_1},$$ $${S_2}$$ and two warehouses $${D_1},$$ $${D_2}$$ . the supplies from $${S_1}$$ and $${S_2}$$ are $$50$$ and $$...

The supply at three sources is $$50, 40$$ and $$60$$ units respectively whilst the demand at the four destinations is $$20, 30, 10$$ and $$50$$ units....

## Marks 5

Given below is a basic feasible solution to a transportation problem with three supply points $$(A,B,C)$$ and three demand points $$(P, Q, R)$$ that m...

A company rents three warehouses $$A, B$$ and $$C$$ from which they supply bearings to two customers $$P$$ and $$Q.$$ The profit per piece, the annual...