IE 330
Seat # _ Open book and notes. 120 minutes.
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Covers Chapters 8 through 14 of Montgomery and Runger (fourth edition). Cover page and eight pages of exam. No calculator.
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IE 330
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Open book and notes. 120 minutes. Cover page and six pages of exam. No calculators.
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Final Exam (example)
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IE 330 Probability & Statistics in Engineering II
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Open book and notes. No calculator. 120 minutes.
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Ze Xuan Zhang IE 330 Homework 8 1. c. The graph appears not to be normally distributed; the p-value is above 0.05, which also indicate the sample is not normally distributed. d. Mean = 40.6, medium = 35. From the graph, the central tendency seems to be th
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1. Which of the below is the proper definition of ?
a. P(Reject H0|H0 is true)
b. P(Reject H0|H0 is false)
c. P(Fail to reject H0|H0 is true)
d. P(Fail to
IE 330 Fall 2010
Midterm 1
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IE 330 Midterm 1
September 22nd, 2010
Closed book, closed notes. No calculators.
Write your name and section number in the spaces provided above. Write your name on each
page as we
IE 330
Seat # _
Name _
Open book and notes. 120 minutes. Covers Chapters 8 through 14 of Montgomery and Runger (fourth edition). Cover page and eight pages of exam. No calculator.
(2 points) I have, or will, complete a course evaluation.
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Lesson 18: Integer Programming Models II
IE 335: Operations Research - Optimization
Instructor: Professor Gesualdo Scutari
March 30, 2016
1
Last time: some useful types of constraints
Mutual exclusivity/set packing
e.g. At most one of these projects must
IE 330 Fall 2012
Quiz 7 Summary
1. If the p-value of a factor is less than alpha in the ANOVA output then the factor has
an effect on the response.
2. If the p-value of the interaction is less than alpha in the ANOVA output, then there is
an interaction e
Lesson 19: Integer Programming Models III
IE 335: Operations Research - Optimization
Instructor: Professor Gesualdo Scutari
April 3, 2016
1
Outline
Warm-up: A quick tour of Graphs
Matching and personnel assignment
Colorings and exam scheduling
The traveli
Session 11
Tests on mean and variance of a normal distribution
2/05/2016
IE 330, Spring 2016, Applied Statistics and Probability for
Engineers (Montgomery and Runger, 6th)
1
Hypothesis testing on the mean
Lets look at testing on the mean of a normal dist
Session 16
Statistical inference for two samples
2/17/2016
IE 330, Spring 2016, Applied Statistics and Probability for
Engineers (Montgomery and Runger, 6th)
1
Difference in means
Chapters 8 and 9 talked about hypothesis tests and confidence
intervals fo
Lesson 20: Solving Integer Linear Programs
IE 335: Operations Research - Optimization
Instructor: Professor Gesualdo Scutari
April 18, 2016
1
Outline
Relationship between integer linear programs and
(plain old) linear programs
The Branch-and-Bound Algorit
Session 13
Proportions and GOF
2/10/2016
IE 330, Spring 2016, Applied Statistics and Probability for
Engineers (Montgomery and Runger, 6th)
1
Tests on population proportion
2/10/2016
IE 330, Spring 2016, Applied Statistics and Probability for
Engineers (M
IE330
Spring2011
Homework2Key(Chapter9)
1. (Thisissimilartoproblem912.)Findthecriticalvaluesfora twosided,one
samplettestifthetypeIerrorprobabilityandnumberofobservationsare:
a. =0.025andn=12
b. =0.08andn=45
c. =0.05andn=80
d. =0.05andn=6
Ans:a.Minitab:Ca
Quiz 8 Summary
IE 330
Fall 2012
Assumptions of Kruskal Wallis is continuous data, with similar shape distributions
and assumptions of Mann-Whitney is continuous data, with similar shape and spread
data.
We fail to reject the null hypothesis if the p-value
Quiz 9 Summary
IE 330
Fall 2012
The process is in control when none of the data points are outside the established
control limits. If there were points outside the UCL or LCL, then the process would
be out of control
You can find the mean of the process f
Review, Chapters 12, 13, 14
Chapter 12: Multi-linear regression
still linear, but now with more than one predictor
Chapter 13: Analysis of Variance
single-factor ANOVA, random effect models
Chapter 14: Design of Experiments with several factors
factori
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IE330
Test 3b
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
1 of 5
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1. 5 points (True or False) A 25-1 experiment has five factors, each with two levels.
2. 5 points (True or False) Factorial experiments are
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IE330
Test 3a
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
1 of 5
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1. 5 points (True or False) The following model can be tested using a 23-1 fractional
factorial design: yijkl = + i + j + k + ( )ij + ( )ik
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13 April 2011
IE330 Spring 2011
Test 3b
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
All problems adapted from Navidi, W. (2008). Statistics for Engineers and Scientists, 2nd
Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill.
1 of 7
Na
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6 February 2009
IE330 Spring 2009
Test 1a
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
Once you are finished, turn in the test and leave quietly.
1 of 10
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True or False questions (5 points each)
1. (True or
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6 February 2009
IE330 Spring 2009
Test 1b
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
Once you are finished, turn in the test and leave quietly.
1 of 10
Name: _KEY_
True or False questions (5 points each)
1. (True or
Session 14
Nonparametric procedures
2/12/2016
IE 330, Spring 2016, Applied Statistics and Probability for
Engineers (Montgomery and Runger, 6th)
1
Nonparametric procedures
In nonparametric study, there is no assumption made regarding
the distribution of
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IE330 Fall 2015
Test 1
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Working quickly and getting approximate answers is valued over
getting a precis
IE330, Lecture Assignment 11
Minitab Project Report
PART 1:
The process mean based off the x-bar chart is 22.627. The upper control limit is 24.788 and
the lower control limit is 20.465.
There is an out-of-control point at day 21.
The mean is 22.637 after
Minitab Project Report
IE330, Lecture Assignment 10
1.
a. The factors are the width of the wings and the width of the body. The levels for width of
the wings are 4.5, 5.5, or 6.5 inches. The levels for the width of the body are 1 or 2 inches.
b. The indep
IE330, Lecture Assignment 8
Minitab Project Report
I think there are assumptions that have been violated. The versus fit graphs is off meaning that y may not vary
linearly with x and the variance is not constant. Also, the NPP isn't right meaning the samp
IE330, Lecture Assignment 9
Minitab Project Report
The assumptions have most definitely been violated for this ANOVA. The points do not follow
the NPP line at all. The versus fit graph is clustered and not even above and below the zero
line. The histogram
IE330
Fall 2016
Homework 9 (Chapter 15)
DUE: December 10th by 6 pm
You work for a company that manufactures an over-the-counter drug. The drug is
designed to have 5mg of active ingredient per dose. The FDA requires that the
active ingredient per dose vari