IOE201 Final ExamF07

IOE201 Final ExamF07 - Final Exam October 23, 2007 Name: _...

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Final Exam October 23, 2007 Name: ________________________________________________ UMID:_________________ Please note that there are 5 problems on this exam, for a total of 100 points. Point values are indicated next to each problem – please take these into consideration as you budget your time during the exam. If you are having difficulty with a question, sometimes it is beneficial to work on another question, and then come back. You must show your work in order to receive full credit. Clearly identify your final answers (with a box, etc.) This is a closed book, closed notes exam; you are permitted to use the following in the exam: One sheet of single-sided, self made notes Calculator, without the ability to transmit data Pens, pencil, erasers, etc. You are obligated to comply with the Honor Code of the College of Engineering. You are not allowed to receive or give aid on this examination; in particular, you are not allowed to discuss this exam with anyone who may be taking it at a later date. After you have completed the examination, please write the following Honor Pledge: “I have neither given nor received aid on this examination,” and sign your name below. Instructors are not required to grade tests in which the signed Honor Pledge does not appear. Signature: ______________________________________________________________
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Point Summary Question Points Out of 1 25 2 10 3 15 4 20 5 30 TOTAL 100
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Question 1 (25 points) Your boss has asked you to complete an analysis of three mutually exclusive projects. He needs the information right away, and the employee who started this analysis is out sick. Your boss has given you all of the information that he has about the different options in the table below. Any cell with an “X” represents missing information.
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2009 for the course IOE 201 taught by Professor Maull during the Winter '07 term at University of Michigan.

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IOE201 Final ExamF07 - Final Exam October 23, 2007 Name: _...

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