# Cooling Requirements

Examine the contemporary options that are available to keep data centers and computing devices from overheating. Speculate on the ramifications to hardware located in a hot data center.

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Most computers come with enough cooling systems and plenty of fans, but there are steps that you can take to ensure heat does not become a problem.

The first step is to clean the inside of the computer. This is done by getting rid of dust built up in your computer and keep in clean. Internal dust built up over time can lead to heating problems. Dust is an insulator and when you crack open the case of your computer. If the case of the computer is filled with dust, you are looking at a reduced life span. The dust can raises the temperature of components across the board. It is important to check the physical location of your computer. If the computer centers is near a window with hot air blowing in, it is not good for your computer. Ideally, the flow of air where fans should be steady and adequate with room for computer to breathe. If your computer overheat, shut it down and let it cool down. You can then plan course of action that involves doing some cleaning if necessary or upgrading your BIOS by checking your motherboard's manual. You can also do a detail cleaning of your cooling upgrades if necessary.

If your computer is clean, ...

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This solution discusses options available to cool computing systems.

Matrices and Linear Programming

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

Solve the problem.

1) An appliance store sells two types of refrigerators. Each Cool-It refrigerator sells for $ 640 and each Polar sells for $ 740. Up to 330 refrigerators can be stored in the warehouse and new refrigerators are delivered only once a month. It is known that customers will buy at least 80 Cool-Its and at least 100 Polars each month. How many of each brand should the store stock and sell each month to maximize revenues? 1) _______

A) 230 Cool-Its and 100 Polars B) 310 Cool-Its and 175 Polars

C) 80 Cool-Its and 250 Polars D) 95 Cool-Its and 235 Polars

Provide an appropriate response.

2) Give the dimensions of the following matrix.

| 1 3 -1 2 4|

| 3 5 1 0 6 | 2) _______

A) 5 x 2 B) 2 x 2 C) 2 x 5 D) 10 x 1

Use the Gauss-Jordan method to solve the system of equations.

3) 3x + 3y = -6

2x + 8y = 14 3) _______

A) ( 3, -5) B) ( -5, 3) C) ( -5, -3) D) No solution

Each day Larry needs at least 10 units of vitamin A, 12 units of vitamin B, and 20 units of vitamin C. Pill #1 contains 4 units of A and 3 of B. Pill #2 contains 1 unit of A, 2 of B, and 4 of C. Pill #3 contains 10 units of A, 1 of B, and 5 of C.

4) Pill #1 costs 9 cents, pill #2 costs 8 cents, and pill #3 costs 10 cents. Larry wants to minimize cost. What are the coefficients of the objective function? 4) _______

A) 4, 1, 10 B) 9, 4, 3 C) 10, 12, 20 D) 9, 8, 10

A manufacturing company wants to maximize profits on products A, B, and C. The profit margin is $3 for A, $6 for B, and $15 for C. The production requirements and departmental capacities are as follows:

Department Production requirement

by product (hours) Departmental capacity

(Total hours)

A B C

Assembling 2 3 2 30,000

Painting 1 2 2 38,000

Finishing 2 3 1 28,000

5) What are the coefficients of the objective function? 5) _______

A) 1, 2, 2 B) 2, 3, 2 C) 2, 3, 1 D) 3, 6, 15

Solve using artificial variables.

6) Maximize z = 3X1 + 2x2

subject to: X1 +x2= 5

4X1 +2x2 ≥ 12

5X1 + 2x2 ≤ 16

X1≥0 + x2≥0 6) _______

A) Maximum is 14 for X1=4, X2=1

B) Maximum is 12 for X1=2, X2=3

C) Maximum is 13 for X1=3, X2=2

D) Maximum is 15 for X1=5, X2=0

Use slack variables to convert the constraints into linear equations.

7) Maximize z = 2X1 +8x2

subject to: X1 + 2x2 ≤ 15

8X1 + 2x2 ≤ 25

with: X1≥0 + x2≥0 7) _______

A) X1 + 2x2 + s1 = 15

8 X1 + 2x2 + s2 = 25

B) X1 + 2x2 = s1 + 15

8X1 + 2x2 = s2 + 25

C) X1 + 2x2 + s1 = 15

8X1 + 2x2 + s1 = 25

D) X1 + 2x2 + s1 ≤ 15

8X1 + 2x2 + s2 ≤ 25

A manufacturing company wants to maximize profits on products A, B, and C. The profit margin is $3 for A, $6 for B, and $15 for C. The production requirements and departmental capacities are as follows:

Department Production requirement

by product (hours) Departmental capacity

(Total hours)

A B C

Assembling 2 3 2 30,000

Painting 1 2 2 38,000

Finishing 2 3 1 28,000

8) What are the constants in the model? 8) _______

A) 3, 6, 15 B) 1, 2, 2

C) 2, 3, 3 D) 30,000, 38,000, 28,000

Rewrite the objective function into a maximization function.

9) Minimize w = 2y1 + 4y2 + 3y3

subject to: y1 + y2 ≥ 10

2y1 + 3y2 + y3 ≥ 27

y1 + 2 y2 + y3 ≥ 15

y1 ≥ 0, y2≥0, y3≥0 9) _______

A) Maximize z = -2x1 - 4x2 - 3x3

B) Maximize z = 2x1 + 4x2 - 3x3

C) Maximize z = -x1 - x2 ≤ 10

D) Maximize z = -2x1 -3 x2 - x3 ≤ 27

Solve the problem.

10) A company makes three chocolate candies: cherry, almond, and raisin. Matrix A gives the amount of ingredients in one batch. Matrix B gives the costs of ingredients from suppliers X and Y. Multiply the matrices.

Sugar Choc Milk

4 6 1 Cherry

A= 5 3 1 Almond

3 3 1 raisin

X Y

3 2 Sugar

B= 3 4 Choc

2 2 milk

10) ______

A)

X Y

32 34 Sugar

26 24 Choc

20 20 milk

B)

X Y

33 22 Cherry

27 36 Almond

14 14 Raisin

C)

X Y

22 33 Cherry

36 27 Almond

14 14 Raisin

D)

X Y

32 34 Cherry

26 24 Almond

20 20 Raisin

The initial tableau of a linear programming problem is given. Use the simplex method to solve the problem.

11)

11) ______

X1 X2 X3 S1 S2 z

3 2 4 1 0 0 18

2 1 5 0 1 0 8

-1 -4 -2 0 0 1 0

A) Maximum at 32 for x2=8, s1=2

B) Maximum at 36 for x2=2, s1=8

C) Maximum at 18 for x2=8, x3=2

D) Maximum at 9 for x1=8, x2=2

Write the solutions that can be read from the simplex tableau.

12)

12) ______

X1 X2 X3 S1 S2 z

3 4 0 3 1 0 12

1 5 1 7 0 0 23

-3 4 0 1 0 1 19

A) x1,x2, s1=0, x1=23, s2=12,z=19

B) x1,x2, s1=0, x3=23, s2=12,z=19

C) x1,x2, s1=0, x5=23, s2=12,z=19

D) x1,x2, s1=0, x3=12, s2=23,z=19

Perform the indicated operation where possible.

13)

-1 0 -1 3

3 3 - 3 1

13) ______

A)

0 3

0 -2

B) | -1 |

C)

-2 3

6 4

D)

0 -3

0 2

Solve the problem.

14) Factories A and B sent rice to stores 1 and 2. A sent 14 loads and B sent 21. Store 1 received 20 loads and store 2 received 15. It cost $200 to ship from A to 1, $350 from A to 2, $300 from B to 1, and $250 from B to 2. $ 8350 was spent. How many loads went where? 14) ______

A) 14 from A to 1, 0 from A to 2, 6 from B to 1, 15 from B to 2

B) 13 from A to 1, 1 from A to 2, 7 from B to 1, 4 from B to 2

C) 12 from A to 1, 2 from A to 2, 8 from B to 1, 13 from B to 2

D) 0 from A to 1, 14 from A to 2, 15 from B to 1, 6 from B to 2

Find the values of the variables in the matrix.

15)

-2 5 x m 5 4

3 y -4 = n -8 p

15) ______

A) m = 3, x = 5, n = -2, y = -8, p = -4

B) m = -2, x = 4, n = 3, y = -8, p = -4

C) m = -2, x = 5, n = 3, y = -8, p = -4

D) m = -2, x = 4, n = 5, y = -8, p = -4

Solve the problem.

16)

Let A = -3 6 Find 4A.

0 2

16) ______

1 10 -12 24 -12 24 -12 6

A) 4 6 B) 0 2 C) 0 8 D) 0 2

Find the values of the variables in the matrix.

17) 7 -8 x y

8 -1 = 8 z

17) ______

A) x = 7, y = -8, z = 8 B) x = -8, y = 7, z = -1

C) x = 7, y = -8, z = -1 D) x = 7, y = 8, z = -1

Write a matrix to display the information.

18) Factories A and B sent rice to stores 1 and 2. It cost $200 to ship from A to 1, $350 from A to 2, $300 from B to 1, and $250 from B to 2. Make a 2 × 2 matrix showing the shipping costs. Assign the factories to the rows and the stores to the columns. 18) ______

300 250 200 300 350 250 200 350

A) 350 200 B) 350 250 C) 200 300 D) 300 250

Solve the problem.

19) Barges from ports X and Y went to cities A and B. X sent 32 barges and Y sent 8. City A received 22 barges and B received 18. Shipping costs $220 from X to A, $300 from X to B, $400 from Y to A, and $180 from Y to B. $ 9280 was spent. How many barges went where? 19) ______

A) 22 from X to A, 10 from X to B, 0 from Y to A, 8 from Y to B

B) 20 from X to A, 12 from X to B, 2 from Y to A, 6 from Y to B

C) 16 from X to A, 16 from X to B, 6 from Y to A, 2 from Y to B

D) 18 from X to A, 18 from X to B, 4 from Y to A, 4 from Y to B

Convert the inequality into a linear equation by adding a slack variable.

20) x1 + 8x2 ≤ 19 20) ______

A) x1 + 8x2 + s1 ≤ 19

B) x1 + 8x2 + s1 + 19 =0

C) x1 + 8x2 + s1 < 19

D) x1 + 8x2 + s1 = 19