ORIE 3150
Homework #4, Due October 4, 2017.
1. The Armstrong Company has three inventory items on hand. Armstrong has found that the
items would need to be refurbished before they could be sold. The r
ORIE 3150
Homework #1
Due September 6, 2017
1. Apricot Company is selling a piece of land adjacent to its business. An appraisal reported the
market value of the land to be $120,000. The Focus Company
ORIE 3150 Homework #3 Due Sept. 20, 2017.
Not returned prior to Prelim I, please keep a copy if you like.
1. Ace Company has the following data on a knee brace product. Ace Company uses the
periodic i
ORIE 3150
Homework #1
Due September 6, 2017
Please submit completed homework in the ORIE 3150 slot in the homework submission box in
the first floor of Rhodes Hall by 9:00 PM on the due date.
Guidelin
ORIE 3150 Homework #2 Due September 13, 2017
1. Anchor Inc. has the following transactions. Prepare adjusting entries for the following
transactions using customary account titles for the end of the m
ORIE 3500/5500, Fall 2017
Homework 1
Problem 1. Let = N = cfw_0, 1, 2, . . .. Define a probability by P (cfw_n) =
C2n . What is C? What is the probability of the event cfw_n : n is even?
Solution: Sin
OR 3500/5500, Fall 2017, Homework 2
Homework 2
Problem 1. Three horses, a, b, and c, enter in a race. If the outcome bac means
that b finished first, a second, and c third, then the set of all possibl
OR 3500/5500, Fall 2017, Homework 2
Homework 2
Problem 1. Three horses, a, b, and c, enter in a race. If the outcome bac means
that b finished first, a second, and c third, then the set of all possibl
ORIE 3500/5500, Fall 2017, Homework 3
Homework 3
1. A box contains one brand A, two brand B, and three brand C transistors. Two transistors are drawn at random and with replacement. Let X
(resp. Y ) b
ORIE 3150
August 29, 2017
I. Recognition, valuation, classification
a. Recognition. When should the transaction be recorded? In the case of a transfer, when the
title (legal ownership) passes from the
Cornell University
Financial and Managerial Accounting
ORIE 3150
Course Syllabus
Fall 2017
Lectures: Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:10 AM 11:25 AM Room 101 Phillips Hall
Instructor:
e-mail:
Phone:
Offices:
ORIE 3150
Notes #1 Fall 2017
1. Definition of accounting.
2. Definition of a business and the goals of a business
3. Four types of businesses in the USA.
4. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (G
ORIE 3500/5500 Engineering Probability and Statistics II
Fall 2013
Assignment 11
Problem 1 A bowl contains 20 chips, r of which are red, and the
remainder black. To test
H0 : r = 10 vs. H1 : r = 15,
3
ORIE 3500/5500 Engineering Probability and Statistics II
Fall 2013
Assignment 2
Problem 1
is given by
The distribution function (cdf) of a random variable X
1
if x < 0
2 ex
3
if 0 x < 5
4
FX (x) =
.
ORIE 3500/5500 Engineering Probability and Statistics II
Fall 2013
Assignment 10
Problem 1 The breaking strength of a certain type of cloth is to be
measured for 20 specimens. The underlying distribut
ENGRI 1101
Engineering Applications of OR
Spring 2009
Lab 11
The Simplex Algorithm
Name:
Objectives:
Practice the simplex algorithm
Demonstrate unboundedness
Demonstrate the two phases of the simpl
ENGRI 1101
Engineering Applications of OR
Spring 2009
Lab 10
The Diet Problem
Name:
Objectives:
Give the students practice in formulating linear programming problems
Introduce students to the idea o
ENGRI 1101
Engineering Applications of OR
Spring 2009
Lab 9
Linear Programming Formulations
Name:
Objectives:
Practice in formulating linear programming problems
Introduce the idea of linear relaxat
ENGRI 1101
Engineering Applications of OR
Spring 2009
Lab 8
The Transportation Problem
Name:
Objectives:
Introduce students to the transportation problem.
Further use of AMPL.
Give an application o
ENGRI 1101
Engineering Applications of OR
Spring 2009
Lab 7
The Assignment Problem
Name:
Objectives:
Show how to nd maximum weight matching in bipartite graphs using the Hungarian Algorithm.
Key Idea
ENGRI 1101
Engineering Applications of OR
Spring 2009
Lab 6
Maximum Matching in Bipartite Graphs
Name:
Objectives:
Show how to nd maximum cardinality matching in bipartite graphs using maximum ows.
ENGRI 1101
Engineering Applications of OR
Spring 2009
Lab 5
The Baseball Elimination Problem
Name:
Objectives:
Introduce students to a sophisticated formulation using the maximum ow problem.
Demonst