Nicole Tolve
Project Mgmt DCSI 6112
Randle McMurphy Case Study
4/15/2017
Summary
Dr. Heat and Mr. Cool is a company which provides and installs control systems. These systems can vary
but consist of heating and cooling, fire alarms, and security systems.
MS & S Inc
Synopsis
Jim Loman is a project manager leader for Mechanical Systems and Services and has
been with the company over 20 years. Jim arrived to his office on Monday after a busy
weekend to find that he had overstretched himself for the day. His
Orange Inc:
Project Outsource
Prepared by: Nicole Tolve
Forming a Project Team
Team Make
Up:
10 or less members
Members should volunteer
when possible
Keep the make up of the
team consistent from start
to finish
Project team should be
dedicated to the pr
Nicole Tolve
High Power Consulting Case Study
4/22/2017
DSC 6112 Project Mgmt
Synopsis
High Power Consulting LLC has been hired to provide leadership consulting to Gotham
Office Furniture LLC. Gothams client, Mammoth Insurance Company, is under contract f
Nicole Tolve
5/6/2017
Empire State Building Case Study
DSCI 6112 Project MGMT
Synopsis
The Empire State Building, one of the tallest buildings in the world, was opened on May
1, 1931 just 20 months after the design and construction had begun. This project
Nicole Tolve
April 8, 2017
Project Management DSCI 6112
Case Study 2: Zenith consulting LLC
Synopsis:
I am a project management consultant, currently working for Swanson Controls, who is having
complications with their customer Goliath Insurance Company.
Instructio1. Please Solve problems with Excel Functions or appropriat
2. Each of problem is 5pts. Total Score is 20 pts.
3. Due date/Time: Thursday, September 22nd, 6:00PM
nctions or appropriate formula on Excel spreadsheets.
s 20 pts.
r 22nd, 6:00PM
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Statistical Data Analysis
Fall 2016
Formula / Tables
Version (for Final Exam)
KWON GI MUN
Please do not distribute it without my permission. DO NOT WRITE on this book.
You will be allowed to use this one on all exams.
It was updated ON October 20, 2016.
Class summary
I have been always hearing about statistics methods and Ive been hearing terms that I
couldnt understand or know what they actually mean. So, when I enrolled in this class, I was
eager to learn as much as I can. Overall, I didnt think I will
Solving
Quadratic Equations
by Factoring &
Graphing
Solving Equations
Previously, we have learned how to factor and have
explored various factoring techniques. First, we studied
how to find and use the GCF. Next, we looked at the
distributive property, an
Section: 81
Statistical Data Analysis (DSCI 5012, MBA class)
Fall 2016
Homework #4_Solution
Due date: October 6, 2016
Name:
RUID:
Instructions:
1. Show all your work. Clearly indicate your final answer.
2. Carry all computations to at least two decimal pl
Section: 81
Statistical Data Analysis (DSCI 5012, MBA class)
Fall 2016
Homework #4
Due date: October 6, 2016
Name:
ID:
Instructions:
1. Show all your work. Clearly indicate your final answer.
2. Carry all computations to at least two decimal places.
1. (1
Section: 81
Statistical Data Analysis (DSCI 5012, MBA class)
Fall 2016
Homework #1
Due date: September 8, 2016
Name:
ID #:

Instructions:
1. Show all your work. Clearly indicate your final answer.
2. Carry all computations to at least two decimal places.
Section: 81
Statistical Data Analysis (DSCI 5012, MBA class)
Fall 2016
Homework #3
Due date: Sep 22, 2016
Name:
ID:

Instructions:
1. Show all your work. Clearly indicate your final answer.
2. Carry all computations to at least three decimal places.
1. (
Section: 81
Statistical Data Analysis (DSCI 5012, MBA class)
Fall 2016
Homework #3
Due date: Sep 22, 2016
Name:
ID:

Instructions:
1. Show all your work. Clearly indicate your final answer.
2. Carry all computations to at least three decimal places.
1. (
CLASS SUMMARY
DSCI 5012 Statistical Data Analysis is a course focused on finding the meaning and trends of
statistical data through computation and other mathematical functions. It is a foundation course which
gives students the tools and knowledge to use
Section: 81
Statistical Data Analysis (DSCI 5012, MBA class)
Fall 2016
Quiz #2
September 15, 2016
Name:
ID #:

Instructions:
1. Show all your work. Clearly indicate your final answer.
2. Carry all computations to at least two decimal places.
1. (50 point
Section: 81
Statistical Data Analysis (DSCI 5012, MBA class)
Fall 2016
Homework #2
Due date: Sep 15, 2016
Name:
ID:

Instructions:
1. Show all your work. Clearly indicate your final answer.
2. Carry all computations to at least three decimal places.
1. (
Section: 81
Statistical Data Analysis (DSCI 5012, MBA class)
Fall 2016
Homework #5
Due date: October 13, 2016
Name:
ID:

Instructions:
1. Show all your work. Clearly indicate your final answer.
2. Carry all computations to at least three decimal places.
Section: 81
Statistical Data Analysis (DSCI 5012, MBA class)
Fall 2016
Quiz #1
September 8, 2016
Name:
ID #:

Instructions:
1. Show all your work. Clearly indicate your final answer.
2. Carry all computations to at least two decimal places.
1. (50 points
DSC11234. CHAPTER 2: EQUATIONS AND GRAPHS
Section 2.1: Linear Equations
Denition: A linear equation in two variables x and y is an equation of the form
Ax + By = C , Where A, B, and C are real numbers.
Example 1: Determine which of the following equatio
Questions:
1 The largest selling price is $345.3, and lowest selling price $125.0.
2 According to the cumulative frequency polygon, there are around 45 homes
sold for less than $200,000, and 47% of homes that sold for more than
$220,000. Therefore, there
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Silberman College of Business Administration
Information Systems and Decision Sciences
Course Title: Business Statistics
Course Code: DSCI 2130
Meeting times: M 5:308:00
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: M 4:155:00; T,
Computer Assignment #2
Names: Xinying Lin; Bilguundari Batbold
2/12/2013
a) The problem used quantitative variables and the scale of measurement is ratio.
b) Sample n = 105
2k > 105, k = 7;
Highest selling price = 345.3, lowest selling price = 125.0
i = 3
Ziqing Yu
2/7/2013
Computer Assignment #2
A). Quantitative, Ratio
B). Classes: 2k > 105, k = 7
Classes width: 345.3125 = 32
7
Frequency Distribution:
Goodyear, Arizona, Real Estate
Selling Price
124 up to 156
156 up to 188
188 up to 220
220 up to 252
252