MANAGEMENT SCIENCE (MGMT 306)
Spring 2009 Review Problems for Exam 1
Reminders:
- The exam is on February 16th, Wednesday, 8 p.m. 9 p.m. in LILY G126 (Sections 003 and 006),
LILY 1105 (Sections 001, 002, and 004), Seating arrangement will be announced on
MGMT 30600 Quiz 3, Fall 2014
Name:
ID:
1. An investor is trying to decide what fraction of her portfolio should be invested in each of three
stocks: stock 1, stock 2, and stock 3. From past data the following is known on the means,
standard deviations, an
Final Exam Review Handout
MGMT 30600
Reminders:
Final Exam: Monday, December 9th from 8:00 to 10:00 am in STEW 183. The
seating assignment will be announced.
You may bring 3 sheets of "crib" notes (double-sided). A standard normal distribution
table wil
MGMT 30600 Quiz 1, Spring 2015
Name:
ID: _
1. Graphical Solution Method:
Consider the following constraints and the corresponding graph below:
2x y 1
x 2y 8
x 3 y 2
x, y 0
Constraint 1:
Constraint 2:
Constraint 3:
y
7
6
2x - y = 1
5
4
x - 3y = -2
3
2
x +2
Final Exam Review Handout
MGMT 306 Fall 2006
Reminders:
Final Exam: Thursday, December 14th, 2006, 10:20 AM 12:20 PM. The exam
rooms and seating assignment will be announced very soon.
You may bring 3 sheets of "crib" notes (hand-written, double-sided).
Last Name _
First Name _
Section_
Signature _
Section Numbers for Your Reference:
Sectio
n
2
3
4
1
Day
Time
MW
MW
TTh
TTh
7:30-8:45 am
9:00-10:15 am
7:30-8:45 am
12:00 1:15 pm
MANAGEMENT SCIENCE (MGMT 30600)
Fall 2015, EXAMINATION 2
November 12, 2015
6:30
x
Location:
City
DM
N
IC
CR
A
W
y
55.00214 21.28875
x
y
0
40
108
97
0
67
trips
0
8
5
22
30
62
62
12
39
36
18
40
dx
dy
hypotenuse distance
55.00214 21.28875 58.97835408 3656.658
15.00214 13.28875 20.04133524 240.496
-52.99786 16.28875
55.444538 2162.337
-4
MGMT 30600: Management Science
Fall 2015
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 4
Homework assignment must be prepared in a group of at most four students. Only one report
needs to be submitted for a group. Please remember to mention the names of all of your group
members a
Management Science
(MGMT 30600)
Linear Programming I
1
Learning Outcome Statements (LOS)
Mathematical modeling constructs
Data
Decision Variables
Constraints
Objective function
Linear programming constructs
Linear and non-linear functions
Lineariz
MANAGEMENT SCIENCE (MGMT 306)
spring 2016, Quiz 2
1. Which of the following statement(s) on linear programming models is/are correct?
I.
If a linear programming model has an optimal solution, then the feasible region cannot be
empty.
In order to obtain a
Solution to Homework Assignment 1
(MGMT 30600 Fall 2011)
Question 1 (15%): Chapter 1 Question 8
Decision variables:
X1: number of automobiles to buy
X2: number of SUVs to buy
X3: number of trucks to buy
Max 2000X1 + 4500X2 + 3850X3
sh is
ar stu
ed d
vi y
MANAGEMENT SCIENCE (MGMT 306)
Spring 2016, Quiz 5
According to the following graph, answer the question 1-5.
1.
The critical path is B
a. False
b. True
E
F
2.
The latest finish time for D is
a. 9
b. 10
c. 11
d. 12
3.
The earliest finish time for G is
a. 1
MGMT 30600 Quiz 4, Spring 2016
Name:
ID:
All Xi are binary variables defined to have value 1 if event i happens and 0 otherwise. Y is a nonnegative continuous variable. Select the constraint that models the given condition.
Q1. If Event 2 happens then Eve
Mid-term 2/26
Hand out sample mid-term on
Friday.
Hand out answer to PS1 on Friday
Problem Set 1
Due next Friday.
Submit one answer per group
Page which provides names of group
members and answers for each question
Sheet which has calculation of ans
MGMT 30600: Management Science
Fall 2013
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 3
Homework assignment must be prepared individually or in a group of two students. Only one
report needs to be submitted for a group.
Due Date: Wednesday, October 2nd. Turn into Julie in KRAN 51
MGMT 49000B & MGMT 5900
Real Estate Finance and Investments
Spring 2016
Prof. Steve Cauley
Office Hours: Thursday 10:30-12:00 AM and by
appointment
Offices: KCTR 217
e-mail: [email protected]
Time Change
Background
Steve Cauley
Education: Ph.D. in econo
Problem Set 1
Due next Friday.
Submit one answer per group
Page which provides names of group
members and answers for each question
Sheet which has calculation of answer for
each question. Now sheet no partial credit.
Estimating Disposition Value
Alt
Issues
Do we make a potential
investment?
SWAT analysis
Net Present value.
How much should we be
willing to pay for a potential
real estate investment?
SWOT: strengths, weakness,
opportunities, threats. Way of
including non quantative factors
in analysi
Present Value (discounting)
If I promised to pay you $1 in one year?
Present value of my (your) promise to pay
FV
$1
PV
t
t
(1 r ) (1 r )
where:
r the discount rate
t # periods in future
Present Value
PV
payment
PV
t
0
PV
r
0
0
PV of sequence of pay
CONCEPTS OF VALUE
Market Value (appraisers attempt to
estimate)
Investment value: how much you should be
willing to pay for property
In v e s tm e e n t v a lu e M a r k e t v a lu e
MARKET VALUE
HIGHEST PRICE IN TERMS OF
MONEY THAT A PROPERTY WILL
SELL
MGMT 30600: Management Science
Fall 2013
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 5
Homework assignments must be prepared individually or in a group of two students from the
same section. Only one report must be submitted for the group.
1. Computer results, including Excel sp
Last Name _ First Name _
Section _ Signature _
Section Numbers for Your Reference:
Sectio
n
1
2
3
4
5
Day
Time
Instructor
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
7:30 8:45 am
9:00 -10:15 am
10:30 -11:45 am
3:00 - 4:15 pm
4:30 5:45 pm
Li, Yanjun
Johanns, Patrick
Johanns, Patrick
C
MGMT 30600: Management Science
Fall 2013
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 2
Homework assignment must be prepared individually or in a group of two students. Only one
report needs to be submitted for a group.
Due Date: Monday, September 16th, 2013. Turn into Julie in K
MGMT 30600: Management Science
Fall 2013
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 4
Homework assignments must be prepared individually or in a group of two students. Only one
report must be submitted for the group.
1. Computer results, including Excel spreadsheet models and a
MANAGEMENT SCIENCE (MGMT 306)
spring 2016,
Quiz 3
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers each question.
For questions 1 and 2 use the following variables.
Let A be a binary variable with a value of 1 if event A occu
Problem 6.1
a. A < B + C or A - B - C <
0
b. A + B < C + 1, A + B < D
+1
or A + B - C < 1, A + B - D <
1,
c. A < C + D, 1 - B < C + D
or A - C - D < 0, - B - C - D <
- 1,
d. A < C, A < D, B < C, B < D
or 2A < C + D, 2B < C + D
each one worth 2.5%
Problem
Question
1
2
3
4
5
Solution
A
D
C
A
B
maximize sum_cfw_i,j U_ij*x_ij (Grade: 1)
s.t
c1: sum_cfw_j X_ij <= 1 for all i (Grade: 3)
c2: sum_cfw_i X_ij = z_j for all j (Grade: 3)
c3: x_ij = 0 if C_ij < 5 for all i,j (Grade: 3)
c4: z_j <= z_1 for j=3,4,5,6,7 (
Problem 5.4
Customer data
Des Moines
Newton
Iowa City
Cedar Rapids
Ames
Waterloo
Home
X-coordinate
0
40
108
97
0
67
Y-coordinate Trips per Year
0
62
8
12
5
39
22
36
30
18
62
40
X-coordinate
55.002
Y-coordinate
21.289
Customer Distances from Home
Des Moine
MGMT 30600: Management Science
Students RID
Section #
Students RID
Section #
Spring 2017
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 3
Homework assignment must be prepared individually or in a group of two students. Only one
report needs to be submitted for a group. Every assign
MANAGEMENT SCIENCE (MGMT 30600)
Review Problems for Exam 2
Reminders:
The exam is on Thursday, March 30, at 6:30 PM 7:30 PM in PHYS 114.
Seating charts will be posted on Blackboard and/or emailed out before the exam.
You may bring one sheet (8.5 x 11) of