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Solutions Homework 2
IE 4310 Production Control
February 19th, 2017
1. Fixed costs, variable costs, revenues, and capacities for one line and two wash lines are given in the table
While the profit per car equals to 2.95 for both one and two wash li
Wayne State University
Fall 2016-BE 2100
College of Engineering
Teaching Assistant Name
You have two hours to finish this exam. Show your work for full marks.
1. The local Luxury Car Rental Company typically purchases a sm
WSU Industrial and Systems Engineering
ISE 4330 Facilities Planning Winter 2016
Instructor: Jeremy L. Rickli
Homework #2: Warehousing, Material Handling
CRN21756 | Section 001 | Winter 2016
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Wayne State Univ
for Two Samples
10-1 Inference on the Difference in Means of
Two Normal Distributions, Variances Known
10-1.1 Hypothesis tests on the difference in means,
10-1.2 Type II error and choice of sample s
Tests of Hypotheses
for a Single Sample
9-1 Hypothesis Testing
9-1.1 Statistical Hypotheses
9-1.2 Tests of Statistical Hypotheses
9-1.3 1-Sided & 2-Sided Hypotheses
9-1.4 P-Values in Hypothesis Tests
9-1.5 Connection between Hypothesis
Team Member Evaluation
Amount of time I spent on the project
My technical contributions
My contribution to project management
My major role(s) _
I have contributed
% to the team's 100 % effort.
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Suppose we have fitted a simple linear regression. We need to calculate the confidence interval
for the conditional mean of Y given x and the prediction interval of Y given x, which interval is
Prediction interval is wider
We have fitted a regression model, and the analysis of variance
(anova) table is given below:
Is the fitted regression a simple linear regression or m
1. If two random variables X and Y are following a standard bivariate normal distribution.
Are X and Y independent or dependent ?
They are independent.
2. Z=2X+3Y, E(X)=E(Y)=1, what is E(Z)?
3. Z=2X+3Y, Var(X)=1,Var(Y)=1, cov(X,Y)=0, what is Var(Z
Quiz 1 Jan. 28 (Wednesday)
Engineering Data Analysis
Instructions: write down all the steps that you have done to obtain your answers. You may not
get full credit even when your answer is correct without showing how