Data:
Medium
W
Radio
Newspaper
Decision Variables:
Objective Function:
Constraints:
LHS
Budget 10000
TV Ads 0
Exposure 1000
Cost per
AD
500
200
400
T
142857143
Maximize:
Operator
Mé/
W
# Exposure
Reached Quality
10000 30
3000 40
5000 50
R N
14.28571 0
185
Homework 3
BUS 190
Problem 1
Southwest Airlines goal is to please its customers by providing peanuts, soda, beer, and wine on
its ights. They would like to decide how many cartons of each to carry on their next ight in
order to maximize the enjoyment of t
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Spring 2016
Homework 2
As a rule of thumb. Round your answers to 4 decimal places as needed.
2.1. True of False. [Hint: Check the denitions.]
2.1.a (0.3 pt) If events A and B are mutually exclusive, then P (A B) =
San Jos State University
School: Lucas College and Graduate School of Business
Department: Marketing and Decision Sciences
Course Number: BUS2 190
Title: Quantitative Business Analysis
Section: 80/81/82
Semester: Fall
Year: 2016
Instructor:
Dr. Wen-Ya Wan
Business 190
Practice Final Exam
The number of students who show up to class on Monday morning is a random variable
with the following distribution:
Students Probability
30
.20
35
.30
40
.40
45
.10
1. What is the average number of students who show up?
A.
Homework 8
BUS 190
Problem 1
The Marketing Department is deciding which classes to oer over the summer. The classes under
consideration are:
Course
Type
Introduction to Marketing
Retail Marketing Management
Marketing High Technology
Business Logistics
Int
x1
1. Decision Variables
x2
x3
100000
200000
x4
0
2. Objective Function (max)
objective
0.053
0.088
0.049
Let function value
objective function value (max)
43700
x1 be the amount to invest in City of Miami (municipal) bonds
3. Constriants
x2 be the amount
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Fall 2015
Homework 11
Due before 12/04/15, 3:00 PM
Enter your answers to Canvas.
Note: You need to be able to write the constraints in the standard form. This means that
you should be able to put all terms that inv
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Spring 2016
Homework 11
Enter your answers to Canvas.
Note: You need to be able to write the constraints in the standard form. This means that
you should be able to put all terms that involve decision variables on
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Fall 2015
Homework 3 Solution
As a rule of thumb. Round your answers to 4 decimal places as needed.
3.1. Suppose P (A) = 0.2, P (B|A) = 0.4, P (B|Ac ) = 0.5.
3.1.a (0.25 pt) Find P (B). [Hint: Law of total probabil
DECISION TREE ANALYSIS FOR EXPECTED VALUE OF INFORMATION
A major use of decision tree analysis is to estimate the expected value of information. We will
use the following simple example to illustrate the application process.
In this case, a CEO needs to d
COMPUTER PROJECT #1 CRITICAL PATH METHOD
BUS 190 SPRING 2011- Dr. R. E. Davis
WESTERN HILLS SHOPPING CENTER EXPANSION The owner of the Western Hills Shopping Center is planning to modernize and expand the current 32-business shopping center complex. The p
Homework 2
As a rule of thumb. Round your answers to 4 decimal places as needed.
2.1. True of False. [Hint: Check the denitions.]
2.1.a (0.3 pt) If events A and B are mutually exclusive, then P(AB) = P(A)P(B). Answer 2.1.a. False. If A
and B are mutually
Homework 13
BUS 190
Problem 1
Suppose that you own a nail salon. The number of clients you serve each week is a random variable,
C, with a binomial distribution. Using the following information, calculate the quantities below.
P (C 65) = .96
P (C 53) = .8
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Fall 2015
Homework 11 Solution
10.1. You are doing an internship with a software company and Satish is your supervisor.
Satish also supervises 6 software engineers. Satish needs to select 3 engineers to work
on a s
Homework 10
BUS 190
Problem 1
What are the four laws of probability? Please include both versions of the 4th law.
Solution
(1) For any event A, the probability of A is between zero and one. That is, 0 P (A) 1.
(2) If A and B are mutually exclusive events,
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Fall 2015
Homework 4
Due before 09/18/15, 3:00 PM
Enter your answers to Canvas.
Avoid rounding errors between steps. Round your nal answers to 4 decimal places as
needed.
4.1. A random variable X has the following
Chapter 9
Linear Programming Applications in Marketing, Finance, and
Operations Management
Case Problem 3: Textile Mill Scheduling
Let X3R = Yards of fabric 3 on regular looms
X4R = Yards of fabric 4 on regular looms
X5R = Yards of fabric 5 on regular loo
Chapter 8
Linear Programming: Sensitivity Analysis and Interpretation
of Solution
Case Problem 2: Investment Strategy
1.
The first step is to develop a linear programming model for maximizing return subject to constraints
for funds available, diversity, a
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Fall 2015
Homework 8
Due before 10/30/15, 3:00 PM
Enter your answers to Canvas.
8.1. (1 pt) Solve the following LP problem using Excel Solver and report the objective
function value at the optimal solution. Note th
Project Report Outline
I.
Project Description:
Warren Buffy is an enormously wealthy investor who has built his
fortune through his legendary investing acumen. He currently has
been offered three major investments and he would like to choose one
of them.
Chapter 13
Project Scheduling: PERT/CPM
Case Problem: R.C. Coleman
1.
R.C. Coleman's Project Network
Activity
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
Activity
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
Earliest
Start
0
0
9
13
13
23
13
29
29
35
39
Expected Time
6
9
4
12
10
6
8
6
7
4
4
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BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Spring 2016
Homework 4 Solution
Avoid rounding errors between steps. Round your nal answers to 4 decimal places as
needed.
4.1. A random variable X has the following probability distribution.
x P (X = x)
2
0.2
4
0.
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Fall 2015
Homework 2
Due before 09/04/15, 3:00 PM
Enter your answers to Canvas.
As a rule of thumb, round your answers to 4 decimal places as needed.
2.1. True of False. [Hint: Check the denitions.]
FALSE 2.1.a (0.
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Spring 2016
Homework 3 Solution
As a rule of thumb. Round your answers to 4 decimal places as needed.
3.1. Suppose P (A) = 0.2, P (B|A) = 0.4, P (B|Ac ) = 0.5.
3.1.a (0.25 pt) Find P (B). [Hint: Law of total probab
Homework 10
BUS 190
Problem 1
What are the four laws of probability? Please include both versions of the 4th law.
Problem 2
Provide examples of events A and B such that:
(a) P(B|A) is greater than P(B).
(b) P(B|A) is less than P(B).
(c) P(B|A) is the same
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Fall 2015
Homework 3
Due before 09/11/15, 3:00 PM
Enter your answers to Canvas.
As a rule of thumb, round your answers to 4 decimal places as needed.
3.1. Suppose P (A) = 0.2, P (B|A) = 0.4, P (B|Ac ) = 0.5.
3.1.a
Final Exam
Due Dec 16 at 11:59pm
Points 28
Questions 20
Available Dec 16 at 6am - Dec 16 at 11:59pm about 18 hours
Time Limit 135 Minutes
Instructions
Read the instructions carefully before you start the Final Exam.
This exam must be your solo effort. You
Exam 3: SP16: BUS2-190 Sec 81 - Quant Bus Analysis
5/16/16, 5:51 PM
Exam 3
Due Apr 29 at 8pm
Points 10
Questions 4
Available Apr 29 at 8am - Apr 29 at 8pm about 12 hours
Time Limit 90 Minutes
Instructions
Read the instruction before you proceed.
It is you
Exam 2: SP16: BUS2-190 Sec 81 - Quant Bus Analysis
5/16/16, 5:51 PM
Exam 2
Due Mar 25 at 8pm
Points 10
Questions 5
Available Mar 25 at 8am - Mar 25 at 8pm about 12 hours
Time Limit 90 Minutes
Instructions
Read the instruction before you proceed.
1. It is