Wonder sentence example

1. “I wonder if this is how he felt,” he mused to himself.
2. No wonder Dulce had been so upset.
3. I was beginning to wonder if you were ever going to arrive.
4. People are starting to wonder if you don’t like them.
5. He rolled up his sleeve, staring in wonder at the tattoo on his bicep.

## What is an infeasible project?

A project is infeasible due to following reasons: The scope of the project is not properly defined. Time limit for the project is not specified. Required resources for the project are not provided. The understanding of the project is not clear.

## What is a project selection?

Project Selection is a process to assess each project idea and select the project with the highest priority. Selection of projects is based on: Benefits: A measure of the positive outcomes of the project. These are often described as “the reasons why you are undertaking the project”.

## What is infeasibility in linear programming?

A linear program is infeasible if there exists no solution that satisfies all of the constraints — in other words, if no feasible solution can be constructed. Simplex-based LP software like lp_solve efficiently detects when no feasible solution is possible.

## What is a optimal solution?

An optimal solution is a feasible solution where the objective function reaches its maximum (or minimum) value – for example, the most profit or the least cost. A globally optimal solution is one where there are no other feasible solutions with better objective function values.

## What is an unbounded solution?

An unbounded solution of a linear programming problem is a situation where objective function is infinite. A linear programming problem is said to have unbounded solution if its solution can be made infinitely large without violating any of its constraints in the problem.

## What is an unbounded graph?

If the graph is approaching the same value from opposite directions, there is a limit. If the limit the graph is approaching is infinity, the limit is unbounded. A limit does not exist if the graph is approaching a different value from opposite directions.

## How do you know if its bounded or unbounded?

Bounded and Unbounded Intervals An interval is said to be bounded if both of its endpoints are real numbers. Bounded intervals are also commonly known as finite intervals. Conversely, if neither endpoint is a real number, the interval is said to be unbounded.

## How do you know if a set is bounded?

A set S is bounded if it has both upper and lower bounds. Therefore, a set of real numbers is bounded if it is contained in a finite interval.