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Course: ECON 20091_ECO, Fall 2008
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Yildiz Burcu Leon Zhu BUAD 311 311 Operations Management Fall 2007 Homework 6: Forecasting Due 10/30/2007 1. The question asks to determine and n. a. 2/ (n + 1) = 2/ (15 + 1) = 2/16 = 0.125 = b. 2/ (n + 1) = 0.2 0.2n + 0.2 = 2 1.8 = 0.2n n=9 2. Question 18 on page 554 = 0.1 = 0.2 = 0.3 trend est. = -500 level est. = 20500 seasonal est. = 1.15, 1.4, 0.95, 0.5 Trend Tt = (prior trend) + (1 - ) (past trend...

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