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### Extra Problem 6 - Solving Decision Trees

Course: EMSE 6020, Fall 2010
School: GWU
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269 EMSE - Elements of Problem Solving and Decision Making EXTRA PROBLEM 6: SOLVING DECISION TREES Read the following decision problem and answer the questions below. A manufacturer produces items that have a probability p of being defective. These items are formed into batches of 150. Past experience indicates that some are of good quality (i.e. p=0.05) and others are of bad quality (i.e. p=0.25). Furthermore,...

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