Engineering Economy HW 2-2
2.21 Find the numerical value of the following factors
using ( a ) interpolation and ( b ) the formula.
1. ( A_P ,13%,15)
2. ( P_G ,27%,10)
2.22 Find the numerical value of the following factors
using ( a ) interpolation, ( b )
Engineering Economy HW 2-1
2.5 A family that won a $100,000 prize on Americas Funniest Home Videos decided to put one-half of the money in
a college fund for their child who was responsible for the prize. If the fund earned interest at 6% per year, how mu
Engineering Economy HW CH 1
1.1 List the four essential elements involved in decision making in engineering economic analysis.
1.2 What is meant by ( a ) limited capital funds and ( b ) sensitivity analysis?
( a ) limited capital funds
( b ) sensitivity a
INEN 675 Fall 2016 Chapter 3 in Class Exercises
KEY
3.1. An experimenter has conducted a single-factor experiment with four levels of the
factor, and each factor level has been replicated six times. The computed value of the Fstatistic is F0 = 3.26. Find
INEN 675 /BMEN 712 Chapter 2 in Class Exercises
KEY
2.2 The Minitab output for a random sample of data is shown below. Some of the quantities
are missing. Compute the values of the missing quantities.
Variable
N
Mean
SE Mean
Std. Dev.
Sum
Y
16
?
0.159
?
3
INEN 675/BMEN 712 Design and Analysis of Experiments
Homework # 01 KEY
2.1. Computer output for a random sample of data is shown below. Some of the quantities are
missing. Compute the values of the missing quantities.
SE Mean =3.12/3= 1.04 Variance = 3.12
8/15/2016
ISEN 675/BMEN 712 Design and
Analysis of Experiments
Lecture 1 Introduction
Dr. Steven Jiang
Introduction
2
1
8/15/2016
Agenda
Why is this trip necessary? Goals of the course
An abbreviated history of DOX (Design of Experiments)
Some basic pr
A quick summary of basic hypothesis testing scenarios
1. One Population Mean
Hypotheses:
H0: = 0
Ha: 0 (two sided test)
or Ha: >0 (upper tail test)
or Ha: < 0 (lower tail test)
Scenario 1:
Population variance 2 known
Test statistic
Z0
x
/ n
Rejection Re
INEN 675/BMEN 712 Midterm Exam Study Guide
Midterm Exam
Date: October 6 2016
This exam will be a closed-book, closed-notes exam. You will be given the following handouts:
(1)
(2)
(3)
A quick guide to hypothesis testing
A quick guide to confidence interval
Lecture 3 Review Questions
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What is the assumption of a CRD?
Explain the randomization procedure for a CRD.
When should we consider ANOVA instead of t test?
Describe the basic s
Lecture 1 Review Questions
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What is an experiment?
Why do we learn DOX?
What are the basic principles of DOX?
Provide an example of best-guess experiment.
Provide an example of OFAT experiment.
Provide an example of statistically desig
INEN 675 /BMEN 712 Chapter 2 in Class Exercises
KEY
2.2 The Minitab output for a random sample of data is shown below. Some of the quantities
are missing. Compute the values of the missing quantities.
Variable
N
Mean
SE Mean
Std. Dev.
Sum
Y
16
?
0.159
?
3
A quick summary of basic confidence interval scenarios
1. One Population Mean
Scenario 1:
Population variance 2 known
x Z / 2 / n
Scenario 2:
Population variance 2 unknown
x t / 2,n1 s / n
Scenario 3:
Population variance 2 known, but sample size n>30
In
INEN 380
IT for Industrial and Systems
Engineers
Lecture 4 Structuring System
Requirements
(Reading Chapters 6 and 7)
Note: Modified from the lecture notes for the textbook
Second Phase of the SDLC
Systems Analysis
Three Primary Activities
Determining r
Operation Process Chart Example
INEN 375/675
1
Flow Process Chart Examples
INEN 375/675
2
Flow Diagram Example
INEN 375/675
3
INEN 375/675
4
Gang Process Chart Example
INEN 375/675
5
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INEN 380
IT for Industrial and Systems
Engineers
Lecture 1 Introduction to IS
Analysis & Design
(Reading Chapters 1 3)
Note: Modified from the lecture notes for the textbook
Topics
System
and its Characteristics
Enterprise
Information Systems
Component
INEN 370
ENGINEERING STATISTICS
Fall 2016
Chapter 1
Introduction to
Statistics
1
Statistics? Whats That?
We live in an uncertain world.
You never have complete information when
you make a decision, but you have to make
decisions anyway.
Statistics help
INEN 380
IT for Industrial
and Systems
Engineers
LAB 2 - ACCESS DATABASE
Topics
o Purpose
o Primary Key
o Data Type
o Field Properties
Friday, February 12, 2016
INEN 380, SPRING 2016
2
Purpose
The purpose for this lab is to learn to create a simple databa
Economic Analysis
Tangible Benefits (Figure 4-7 on page 96)
A. Cost reduction or avoidance
B. Error reduction
C. Increased flexibility
D. Increased speed of activity
E. Improvement in management planning or control
F. Other
Total Tangible Benefits
Analysi
INEN 380
IT for Industrial and Systems
Engineers
Lecture 2 Systems Planning and
Selection
(Reading Chapter 4)
Note: Modified from the lecture notes for the textbook
First Phase of the SDLC
February 2016
INEN 380, Spring 2016
2
Two Primary Activities in Ph
Proposed Method Implementation
INEN 255 Lecture 8
Major steps in implementing a proposed method:
_
_ the method
Decision-making tools
Presentations to management
_
Specification checks
Personal reactions
INEN 255 Lecture 8
Decision-making Tools
Decision
INEN 380
IT for Industrial and Systems
Engineers
Lecture 3 Determining System
Requirements
(Reading Chapter 5)
Note: Modified from the lecture notes for the textbook
Second Phase of the SDLC
Systems Analysis
Three Primary Activities
Determining requirem
Manual Work Design
INEN 255 Lecture 6
1
Introduction
Design of manual work was initiated through
& principles of motion by
Gilbreths & later, Barnes (1980)
Typically broken into three areas:
Use of the
Arrangement and conditions of the workplace
Design
Recording and Analysis Tools
Get & Present the Data
INEN 375/675
1
Operation Process Charts
Operation Process Chart
Shows _ of all operations,
inspections, time allowances, and materials used in a
manufacturing or business process from arrival of
materi
Problem Solving Tools
INEN 255 Lecture 2
1
Regardless of problem at hand, need to follow a
systematic, logical approach to collecting data
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Several tools available with different possible
applications
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INEN 255 Lecture 2
1st three steps
Quantitative Tools for Analyzing
Worker-Machine Relationships
INEN 255 Lecture 4
1
Worker-machine relationships are usually one of
three types:
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?
Synchronous Servicing
Unusual situation where a worker and machine are
occupied during the entire w