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St. Leo - ACC. - 43605
Question 11 out of 1 pointsThe Norran Company needs 15,000 units of a certain part to use in its production cycle. If Norran buys the part from Waterloo Company instead of making it, Norran could not use the released facilities in another activity; thu
University of Phoenix - SCI - 241
Part A. 1. Pertaining to the lower back lumbo/o 2. Pertaining to below the stomach gastr/o- (actually the correct term should be hypogastric) 3. Pertaining to the naval - umbilic/o4. Pertaining to the front part anter/o5. Pertaining to going toward the fr
Carleton CA - ECOR - 2606
ECOR 2606 Assignment #3 1/. Write a function m-file (falsePos.m) that implements a false position search. Use bisect.m (available in the sample Matlab code folder) as a starting point and maintain the same general structure (i.e. same arguments, same disp
Carleton CA - ECOR - 2606
ECOR 2606 Assignment #4 1/. Two skydivers jump out of a stationary balloon. The first skydiver has a drag coefficient of 0.3 kg/m and a mass of 60kg. The second skydiver has a drag coefficient of 0.2 kg/m and a mass of 50 kg. If the second jumper jumps 3
Carleton CA - ECOR - 2606
ECOR 2606 - Assignment #21. You are building a picnic table with legs in an X configuration. The beams are b-in wide, the legs are w-in apart and are h-in high. You need to calculate the cutoff angle in order to saw off the legs at the correct angle. You
Carleton CA - ECOR - 2606
ECOR 2606 - Assignment #1Question 1: Suppose that, due to an unfortunate human error, the skydiver we discussed in the first lecture is initially only 100m above the ground. How may seconds will elapse before contact? This is a root finding problem. Plot
University of Phoenix - ECO - 212
Mediacin de la economa saludable1Mediacin de la economa saludable Jacqueline Vega University of Phoenix ECO/212 Profesor Evaristo Medina Irizarry 14 de junio de 2010Mediacin de la economa saludable2Medicin de Memo Salud Econmico La salud econmica se
East Carolina - ASIP - 2112,601
College Travel4th Quarter ExpensesMarketing Rent Supplies Travel Wages Totals100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Marketing Rent Supplies Travel WagesAtlanta $42,502.23 43,970.50 31,892.70 9,512.45 83,463.30 $211,341.18Nashville New orleans $1
University of Phoenix - UOP - okay
Exercise 7-4 Cash Receipts JournalDate Nov. 9 13 18 27Account Credited Notes Payable J. Emling, Capital Sales J. YorkExplanation Note to Bank Additional Investment Cash Sales InvoicePRCash Dr. 2,750.00 4,000.00 230.00 882.00Sales Accounts Other Disc
Academy of Art University - ACCOUNTING - 280
!)Land Warehouse Office Land Warehouse Office300000 900000 200000 900000 400000 900000 $285,000 $190,000 $380,0000.33 0.22 0.44x x x855000 855000 855000= = =285000 190000 3800005)Truck AccDep. Book66,000 30,000 36,000 12000 60000 0.2New Book Ga
University of Phoenix - HCA - 240
How HIPAA Violations affect the medical Billing Process (Part Two)Final Project11/15/2009 HCR 220Megan ParkeHIV and AIDS information is more sensitive than other types of health conditions because of the severity of the many ways it can be transmitted
University of Phoenix - HCA - 240
1 Final Project: Design a Financial Policy HCR 230Design a Financial PolicyFinal ProjectMegan Parke 1/31/20103 Final Project: Design a Financial PolicyF amilyoff iceofDr.GlynSmithFinancial Policies for the Office of Dr. Glyn SmithHere at the family
University of Phoenix - HCA - 240
Case Study #1Final Project6/6/2010 PSY 210 Megan ParkeCase Study 12 6/6/10The stress in Jennifers life comes from many directions in her case. The most overall stressor is how she is feeling that everyone is depending on her for something, whether it
University of Phoenix - HCA - 240
Axia College MaterialAppendix B Health Care TerminologyDirections: Complete Parts I and II and post to your Individual forum as an attachment.Part I: Defining Health Care TerminologyPart I. Refer to pp. 20-21 in your text to complete the following exe
York University - BIOLOGY - bio 1010
BIOL 1010 Biological Science Fall 2009 https:/moodle09.yorku.ca/moodle/Lab 5 Whats that MammalSupplemental Student Lab NotesLAB 5 Whats that mammal? Key construction and organismal identificationREMINDERS YOU ARE IN Lumbers 109/110 FOR THIS LAB.Readi
York University - BIOLOGY - bio 2030
OUTLINEPhylum Annelida1. Introduction 2. Body Form and Function - general aspects/metamerism - locomotion 3. Circulatory System 4. Excretion 5. Salt and Water Balance 6. Assigned ReadingAnimal Diversity 5th Ed.Chapter 11, Pages 204 - 2214th Ed. Chapt
York University - BIOLOGY - bio 2030
LECTURE/LAB SCHEDULESEPTEMBER 0910th - Introduction 15th Classification/Architecture 17th Architecture/Protozoa 22nd - Protozoa 24th Protozoa/Porifera 29th - CnidariaLABSNOVEMBER 093rd Arthropoda I 5th Arthropoda II 10th EchinodermataLABS 2nd, Arthr
York University - BIOLOGY - bio 2030
OUTLINEPseudocoelomates rotifers and nematodes1. Introduction 2. Phylum Rotifera2.1 General characteristics 2.2 ReproductionAnimal Diversity 5th Ed. Chapter 9, Pages 164 - 1773. Phylum Nematoda3.1 General characteristsics 3.2 Parasitic strategiesAn
York University - BIOLOGY - bio 2030
OUTLINEPhylum Platyhelminthes flatworms, flukes and tapeworms1. Introduction 2. Body Form and Structure(s) 3. Osmoregulation 4. Nervous Tissue 5. Parasitic strategiesAnimal Diversity 5th Ed.Chapter 8, Pages 147 - 1634th Ed. Chapter 8, Pages 145 - 161
York University - BIOLOGY - bio 2030
OUTLINEPhylum Cnidaria- Jellyfish etc.1. Introduction 2. Body Forms and Structure 3. Cnidocytes 4. Nerve Net 5. Feeding & Digestion 6. Sensory StructuresAnimal Diversity 5th Ed.Chapter 7, Pages 123 - 1464th Ed. Chapter 7, Pages 122-144Lecture 7 - 1
York University - BIOLOGY - bio 2030
OUTLINEPhylum Cnidaria- Jellyfish etc.1. Introduction 2. Body Forms and Structure 3. Cnidocytes 4. Nerve Net 5. Feeding & Digestion 6. Sensory StructuresAnimal Diversity 5th Ed.Chapter 7, Pages 123 - 1464th Ed. Chapter 7, Pages 122-144Lecture 6 - 1
York University - BIOLOGY - bio 2030
OUTLINEProtozoa1. Introduction 2. Locomotion 3. Nutrition, Digestion & Excretion 4. Osmoregulation 5. Reproduction (assigned reading)Animal Diversity 5th Ed.Chapter 5, Pages 89 - 111Animal Diversity 4th Ed.Chapter 5, Pages 88 - 109Lecture 5 - 1EXC
York University - BIOLOGY - bio 2030
OUTLINEProtozoa1. Introduction 2. Locomotion 3. Nutrition, Digestion & Excretion 4. Osmoregulation 5. Reproduction (assigned reading)Animal Diversity 5th Ed.Chapter 5, Pages 89 - 111Animal Diversity 4th Ed.Chapter 5, Pages 88 - 109Lecture 4 - 1CIL
York University - BIOLOGY - bio 2030
OUTLINEAnimal Architecture1. Levels of Organization 2. Organ Systems & Extracellular Components 3. Tissue Types 4. Body PlansAnimal Diversity 5th Ed.Chapter 3, Pages 55 - 714th Ed. Chapter 3, Pages 53 - 71Lecture 3 - 1BODY PLANS1. SYMMETRY - regul
York University - BIOLOGY - bio 2030
OUTLINEClassification and Phylogeny of Animals1. Classification & Relationships 2. Modern Phylogenetic Systematics - Cladistics 3. Sources of InformationAnimal Diversity 5th Ed.Chapter 4, Pages 72 - 884th Ed. Chapter 4, Pages 72-87Lecture 2 - 1ANIM
York University - BIOLOGY - bio 2030
SC/BIOL 2030 - 4.0 [FALL 2009]Lecture 1 - 1INTRODUCTION - PEOPLECourse Director: Dr. Scott P. KellyLocation: Farq Room 021 (basement) Telephone: 416 736 2100 Ext. 77830 Email: spk@yorku.ca Office Hours: Fridays 2-3 PM OR by appointmentLab Director: D
Strayer - MAT - 540
5-8 Exercise #5-8 Investments: Annual return ($) Resource constraints funds ($) annual expenses ($) Investments: Condominiums= Land= Profit= 5 4.5 67,000 units acres Condominiums 8000 70000 1000 Land 6000 30000 2000a) x1 = condominium, x2 = land maximize
Strayer - MAT - 540
5-1 Machine Shop Example Machines Profit per machine Resource constraints purchase price ($) floor space (sq. ft.) Purchases Presses = Lathes = Profit = 2.22 5.56 1055.56 Press 100 8000 15 Lathe 150 4000 30 Usage 40000 200 Resources Available <= 40000 <=
Strayer - MAT - 540
Ex14.1 100 Random Numbers Generated Using RAND() 0.6299 0.4191 0.7306 0.8712 0.8718 0.0935 0.2892 0.4016 0.4508 0.6573 0.6922 0.7927 0.4968 0.5170 0.2347 0.0287 0.0149 0.8078 0.3710 0.4849 0.4634 0.6893 0.5271 0.8834 0.3095 0.1110 0.5325 0.0656 0.1533 0.6
Strayer - MAT - 540
Strayer - MAT - 540
CHAPTER 15 PROBLEM SOLUTIONS1. a) and b)Month Average Sales 3-Month Moving Average 5-Month Moving AverageJan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan9.00 7.00 10.00 8.00 7.00 12.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 10.00 14.00 16.00 8.67 8.33 8.33 9.00 9.67 1
Strayer - MAT - 540
Problem #15-2 Dt Ft 3-Month Moving Average Et = Et = |Dt - Ft| Ft |Dt - Ft| Absolute Weighted Absolute Value Moving Value Error Average Error3-Month MA MAD = Weighted MA MAD =1.60 2.15Month 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9Demand 8 12 7 9 15 11 10 129.00 9.33 10.33
Strayer - MAT - 540
MAT105Graphing Linear Equations and Finding Extreme PointsGraphical Solutions of Linear Programming Models To solve LP Models graphically, we must be able to graph the linear equations for the constraints, and Find the Extreme Points The Extreme Points
Strayer - MAT - 540
A few of you have asked on how to construct the pay off table for problem # 27. This is how we go about doing it. We need to use all the information. Create a column and call it supply. Create a row and call it demand. The values for demand and supply are
Strayer - MAT - 540
Strayer - MAT - 540
MAT540 Example Problem Solutions Chapter 2 Linear Programming: Model Formulation and Graphical Solution 1.(a) x1 = # cakes x2 = # loaves of bread maximize Z = $10x1 + 6x2 subject to: 3x1 + 8x2 20 cups of flour 45x1 + 30x2 180 minutes x1, x2 03.(a)x1 = o
Strayer - MAT - 540
Ex2-1 Exercise #2-1 Baked items Sale price: Constraints Flour (cups) Oven time (minutes) bake: Cakes = Breads = Total sales = 4 0 $40.00 Cakes 10 3 45 Breads 6 8 30 Available 20 180 Usage 12 180 Left Over 8 0x1 = # cakes x2 = # loaves of bread maximize Z
Strayer - MAT - 540
MAT540 Chapter 4 Example Problem Solutions9. (a) x1 = no. of eggs x2 = no. of bacon strips x3 = no. of cups of cereal minimize Z = 4x1 + 3x2 + 2x3 subject to 2x1 + 4x2 + x3 16 3x1 + 2x2 + x3 12 x1, x2, x3 0 (b)x1 = 2 x2 = 3 Z = $0.171MAT540 Chapter 4 E
Strayer - MAT - 540
EX4-9 Exercise #4-9 Breakfast items: Cost per item: Vitamin requirements: A B Menu: Eggs= Bacon strips= Cereal cups= Cost= 2 3 0 17 Egg 4 2 3 Bacon 3 4 2 Cereal 2 1 1 Required 16 12centsx1 = no. of eggs x2 = no. of bacon strips x3 = no. of cups of cerea
Strayer - MAT - 540
MAT540 Chapter 5 Example Problems QM for Windows Solution 5. (a) x1 = decanters, x2 = trays maximize Z = 50x1 + 10x2 subject to x1 + x2 15 (glass, lbs) 4x1 + x2 25 (labor, hours) x1,x2 0 and integer (b) x1 = 6, x2 = 1, Z = 3101MAT540 Chapter 5 Example P
Strayer - MAT - 540
5-5 Exercise #5-5 Glass items Profit per item Resource constraints glass (lbs) labor (hrs) Production: Decanters= Trays= Profit= 6 1 310 Decanters 50 1 4 Trays 10 1 1 Available 15 25 Usage 7 25(a) x1 = # of decanters, x2 = # of trays maximize Z = 50x1 +
Strayer - MAT - 540
MAT540 Chapter 6 Example Problems Using QM for Windows Problem 7Shipment Costs ($): 1 Detroit 14 11 16 Plants 2 3 St. Louis Chicago 9 16 8 100 12 10 4 Norfolk 18 16 22A B CMills Bethlehem Birmingham GaryMinimize Z = 14xA1 + 9xA2 + 16xA3 + 18 xA4 + 11x
Strayer - MAT - 540
MAT540 Chapter 6 Example Problems Solver Solution1MAT540 Chapter 6 Example Problems Solver Solution2MAT540 Chapter 6 Example Problems Solver Solution3
Strayer - MAT - 540
6-7 Exercise #6-7 Plants 2 3 St. Louis Chicago 0 0 0 0 70 180 70 180 70 180Mills A Bethlehem B Birmingham C Gary Demand Shipped Cost =1 Detroit 0 120 10 130 130 82604 Norfolk 150 90 0 240 240Supply 150 210 320Shipped 150 210 260Shipment Costs ($): 1
Strayer - MAT - 540
HW14-1 Homework Problem #14-1 Probability of Time Between Emergency Calls: P(x) 0.05 0.10 0.30 0.30 0.20 0.05 1.00 Cumulative Time (hrs) 0 1 0.05 2 0.15 3 0.45 4 0.75 5 0.95 6 Simulation: RN 0.5214 0.2359 0.1653 0.6905 0.3101 0.4901 0.3986 0.2953 0.2947 0
Strayer - MAT - 540
Problem #12-2Decision Drive-up window Breakfast (a) (b) Maximax decision = Maximin decision =Competitor Open Not open Maximum Minimum -6000 20000 20000 -6000 4000 8000 8000 4000 20000 4000 Drive-up window BreakfastProblem #12-8Investment Motel Restaur
Strayer - MAT - 540
Problem #12-2 Competitor Open Not open Maximum Minimum -6000 20000 20000 -6000 4000 8000 8000 4000 20000 4000 Drive-up window BreakfastDecision Drive-up window Breakfast (a) (b) Maximax decision = Maximin decision =Problem #12-8 Gasoline Availability St
Strayer - MAT - 540
Example Problem P(x) 0.2 0.4 0.4 1 CumulativeGrinding 0 5 0.2 7 0.6 10 P(x) 0.2 0.4 0.3 0.1 1 Grinding Time 0.18 0.43 0.51 0.68 0.83 0.04 0.42 0.84 0.83 0.61 0.83 0.94 0.23 0.04 0.89 0.99 0.8 0.99 0.79 0.11 0.44 0.4 0.25 0.06 0.94 0.55 0.89 0.2 0.69 0.71
Strayer - MAT - 540
Example Problem P(x) 0.2 0.4 0.4 1 CumulativeGrinding 0 5 0.2 7 0.6 10 P(x) 0.2 0.4 0.3 0.1 1 Grinding Time 0.18 0.43 0.51 0.68 0.83 0.04 0.42 0.84 0.83 0.61 0.83 0.94 0.23 0.04 0.89 0.99 0.8 0.99 0.79 0.11 0.44 0.4 0.25 0.06 0.94 0.55 0.89 0.2 0.69 0.71
Strayer - MAT - 540
1-2Problem #1-2 Fixed cost = Variable cost = Price = (a) volume = Total Cost (TC) = Total revenue (TR) = Profit= (b) volume = 60,000 9 25 12,000 168,000 (Fixed cost + volume*variable cost) 300,000 (volume*price) 132,000 (TR - TC) 3750 tires (fixed cost/(
Strayer - MAT - 540
Start with zero =A10+B10 =A11+B11 P(x) 0.2 0.4 0.4 1 CumulativeGrinding 0 5 0.2 7 0.6 10 P(x) CumulativeMachining P(x) CumulativeCleaningComplete the P(x), Cumulative and times for Machining, Polishing, and Cleaning. Look to what I did for Grinding and u
Strayer - MAT - 540
Strayer - MAT - 540
MAT540 Midterm Review Chapters 1, 11, 12, 14, 15 Management Science Total Cost: TC = c f + vc v Total Revenue: TR = vp Total Profit: Z = total revenue total cos t Z = vp (c f + vc v ) = vp c f vc v Break-even Point: Z =0 cf v= p cv Where: c f = fixed cos
Strayer - MAT - 540
Forthisweek,Iwouldliketorepeatthehintsfromapreviousweekonmodelformulation.WhenIsay modelformulation,hereisthemodelformulationforExercise1fromChapter2 (a)x1=#cakes x2=#loavesofbread maximizeZ=$10x1+6x2 subjectto: 3x1+8x2<=20cupsofflour 45x1+30x2<=180minute
Strayer - MAT - 540
Online 101If you have registered for an online course, you will need to know how to obtain your login information and how to access the course. Strayer University has provided resources that will enable you to obtain this information. Please follow the d
Strayer - MAT - 540
LogginginandusingONLINE101 Online101willhelpyourstudentsgetacquaintedwithourthreeonlinelearningplatforms: eCollege,Blackboard,andElluminate. TogetstartedwithOnline101,studentswillgotohttps:/icampus.strayer.edu/online_101. Here,theywilllearnaboutgeneralcou
Strayer - MAT - 540
Optics Manufacturing In the late 90s Kodak was bidding for a contract with a major research facility on the West Coast to build large-scale optics for the National Ignition Facility. These optics were roughly two feet by two feet and had to be of extremel
Strayer - MAT - 540
Problem 8 Explanation The following is the explanation of how to build the simulation table for teller queue:We need a random number to generate time between two arrivals (r1). The random number for each arrival time is a number between 1 to 100, given i
Strayer - MAT - 540
17. (a) xij = lbs. of seed i used in mix j, where i = t (tall fescue), m (mustang fescue), b (bluegrass) and j = 1,2,3. Minimize subject to: .50xt1 - .50xm1 .50xb1 <= 0 .20xt1 + .80xm1 .20xb1 > = 0 .30xt2 .30xm2 + .70xb2 > = 0 .30xt2 + .70xm2 .30xb2 > = 0
Strayer - MAT - 540
MAT540Quantitative MethodsDr. Vargha AzadChapter 10 - Transportation, Transshipment, and Assignment ProblemsQuantitative MethodsCUSTOM EDITION Edited by Brian K. SaltzerChapter 6 Transportation, Transshipment, and Assignment ProblemsChapter 10 - Tr
Strayer - MAT - 540
8. (a) x1 = condominium, x2 = land maximize Z = $8000x1 + 6000x2 subject to 70000x1 + 30000x2 500000 1000x1 + 2000x2 14000 x1 0 and integer x2 0 (b) x1 = 5, x2 = 4.5, Z = 67,000