Final Study Guide-V2
To study for the final, I suggest that you do the following:
Review all of your old HW.
Review examples in the notes and textbook.
Read and highlight key points in your textboo
JACK IN THE BOX INC
REPORT 1
(Fall 2015)
SEAN STANTON
ZENA NJOYA
HELOISA SANTAMARIA
DOMINIQUE BROWN
Introduction:
As a San Diego-based restaurant company with over 22,000 employees operating more than
MGMT 620
Personality
Module 5
Sadie Bolyard
After taking both of the tests, I feel that they were a fairly accurate measurement of my
personality. When looking at my detailed report, my traits are all
Probability
Dr. C. Lightner
The Concept of Probability
Sample Spaces and Events
Some Elementary Probability Rules
Conditional Probability and Independence
1
Probability
Dr. C. Lightner
An experiment i
Simple Linear Regression
The Simple Linear Regression Model
The Least Squares Point Estimates
Testing Significance of Slope and y-Intercept (T Tests)
The Coefficient of Determination and Correlati
Quality Control
x bar chart
Number of samples
Sample size
Enter the mean and range from each sample.
Enter the mean and range from each sample.
12
20
Data
Results
Mean
Sample 1
Sample 2
Sample 3
Sampl
Project Management
Precedences; 3 time estimates
Enter the times in the appropriate column(s). Enter the precedences, one per column. (Do not try
Enter the times in the appropriate column(s). Enter th
Chapter 12 HW Solutions
Page 1 of 4
Arrange financing (A)
Let Subcontracts (B)
Set and pour foundations (C)
t = [4+(4*5)+6]/6 = 5
t = [2+(4*5)+8]/6 = 5
t = [5+(4*7)+9]/6 = 7
Variance =(6-4)/6)^2 =0.11
Consider the bill of material for Product J and the data given in the following table. The gross requirements for J are 200 units in
week 6 and 250 units in week 8. Develop the MRP tables for each ite
Inventory
Economic Order Quantity Model
Enter the data in the shaded area
Enter the data in the shaded area
Inventory: Cost vs Quantity
3500
3000
Data
Demand rate, D
Ordering/Setup cost, S
Holding cos
Exercise: APA Documentation
Instructions: For each of the following sources, supply the correct, full APA in-text
citation and the correct, full APA reference listing (the one that youd put on your
Re
Leader Name: Antonio Proctor
Leadership In Action Project Action Plan
Client Org:
Contact:
1) What is your project?
2) What is your overall
purpose? What are you trying
to accomplish through your
proj
Probability Concepts- P3
Introduction to the Normal Distribution
Standard Normal Distribution
Dr. C. Lightner
The Normal Distribution
Normal Probability Distribution
The normal probability distributi
Dr. C. Lightner
Probability ConceptsPart 2
1
Random Variables
Dr. C. Lightner
A random variable is a numerical description of
the outcome of an experiment.
A discrete random variable may assume either
Sadie Bolyard
5/14/17
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Reginald is employed by a company that uses salaried employees to replace striking workers and
then pays these workers a $100-per-day strike bonus plus double time pay for all hours in excess
of 40 ho
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Module 14
Quality Control
x bar chart
Number of samples
Sample size
1
25
Population standard
deviation
Data
3
Enter
Enter the
the population
population standard
standard deviation
deviat
Sadie
5/14/17
Module 13
Project Management
Precedences; 3 time estimates
Enter
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the times
times in
in the
the appropriate
appropriate column(s).
column(s). Enter
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the precedences,
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spreadsheet was
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by either
either POM,
POM, QM
QM or
or POM-QM
POM-QM for
for Windows,
Windows, V4.
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Results
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spreadsheet was
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by either
either POM,
POM, QM
QM or
or POM-QM
POM-QM for
for Windows,
Windows, V4.
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Data
Cost
36000 miles4500
Book
A
B
C
D
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F
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Sum
Average
Pages (X)
Price (Y)
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700
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540
650
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SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
R Square
Adjusted R Square
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Single Period Inventory
Normal Distribution
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revenue and
and cost
cost per
per unit.
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salvage value
value ifif leftovers
leftovers
Sadie Bolyard
5/14/17
Enter
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alpha (between
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the past
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INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR
PROGRAMMING
Consider the following scenario:
CALS Furniture Store builds and sells the following items
Chair: Profit $150
Profit $400
Table: Profit $250
Dr. C. Lightner
Couch:
1
FORECASTING TECHNIQUES
Qualitative Approaches to Forecasting
Quantitative Approaches to Forecasting
The Components of a Time Series
Using Smoothing Methods in Forecasting
Measures of Forecast Accuracy
Chapter 12
Project Management
1
Introduction
Managing large-scale, complicated projects effectively is a
difficult problem and the stakes are high.
The first step in planning and scheduling a projec