emse 208 Midterm

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George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering EMSE 208 Stochastic Foundations Of Operations Research Midterm Examination Instructions: Answer every question of this sheet and for full credit show all your work and clearly indicate your answer. You may use your textbook and notes and homeworks to work on this exam and that is it. You may not consult outside material or discuss the exam with your classmates. If you have any questions you may email me but copy the whole class so I can copy everyone on my reply. Rules of academic integrity will be strictly enforced. The exam is due Thursday October 28 at the start of class. 1. A deck of 52 playing cards containing all four aces is randomly divided into four piles of thirteen cards each. What is th probability that each of the piles contains one ace?

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2. Store A,, B, and C have 50, 75 and 100 employees respectively and respectively 50. 60 and 70 percent of these employees are women. Resignations are equally
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• Spring '11
• Mazzuchi
• Probability theory, Randomness, Poisson random variable, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Engineering Management and Systems Engineering

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