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c) How would you determine if the numbers given to you in the problem are valid?
d) Are there any invisible numbers that would help you evaluate the capability of this service system? Remember an invisible number is a number, a numerical measurement, that would describe the Good and / or the Forces you are studying.
e) If you were an Information Specialist brought in to design an Information System for the entire organization, what information could you conceive being sent from the service department and who would you send it to? (Remember:
FALL 2018 OPMT-600 LESSON 7 For Question 2, be sure to watch the video. Question 2: Conditional Probability—CEA Test This video discusses conditional probability: Conditional Probability Read the CEA Test article on the next page is about the potential recurrence of colon cancer in patients who have previously undergone surgery for colon cancer. There is a large percent (40%) of false negatives and a large percent (20%) of false positives. Notice that the article does not mention what percent of patients being tested with this test, actually have a recurrence of colon cancer. (Try to answer the questions yourself, then see the last page for information on the solutions to a – c.) a) Create a tree diagram for the situation of testing a patient. Since we do not know the chance the patient will have a recurrence, let p = actual percent of patients who have had the cancer reoccur. .

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