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BUS 190 Fall 2017
HW 1
1. Modeling
a. Sculptors will often make maquettes smaller models of a larger piece to work out their
ideas and any problems they might incur. What type of model is this? Explain.
b. Okuns Law attempts to describe the change in unem
BUS 190
Professor Czerwinski
Homework 1
1.
What percent of your grade does homework account for?
Homework account for 25% of my grade out of 100%.
2.
May you work with others on the homework?
I may work with other students on the homework and write my own
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Fall 2015
Homework 8 Solution
8.1. (1 pt) Solve the following LP problem using Excel Solver and report the objective
function value at the optimal solution. Note that this is a minimization problem that
has 4 decis
Example:
A breakage firm has been tasked with investing $500,000 for a new
client. The client has asked that the broker select promising stocks and
bonds for investment, subject to the following guidelines:
At least 20% in municipal bonds.
At least 10%
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Fall 2015
Homework 2
As a rule of thumb. Round your answers to 4 decimal places as needed.
2.1. True of False. [Hint: Check the definitions.]
2.1.a (0.3 pt) If events A and B are mutually exclusive, then P (A B) =
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Fall 2015
Homework 1 Solution
1.1. (0.25 pt)Suppose 2x + 8 = 13. Find the value of x.
Answer 1.1. x = (13 8)/2 = 2.5.
1.2. (0.25 pt)Suppose x + y = 15, and x 2y = 6. Find the values of x and y.
1.2.a x =?
Answer 1.
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Fall 2015
Homework 6
Due before 10/09/15, 3:00 PM
Enter your answers to Canvas.
Avoid rounding errors between steps. Round your final answers to 4 decimal places as
needed.
6.1. ABC Inc. must make a decision on its
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, Fall 2015
Homework 5
Due before 10/02/15, 3:00 PM
Note: In addition to True/False and numerical questions, this homework will ask you to
practice drawing two decision trees. The trees you draw will not be graded as
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis, Fall 2015
Homework 9
Due before 11/06/15, 3:00 PM
Enter your answers to Canvas.
Note: In the homework, the formulation of each LP problem is broken into smaller questions
(such as objective function and individual
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 final answers to 4 decimal places as
needed.
4.1. A random variable X has the followin
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis
Homework 8
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 that this is a minimization problem that
h
BUS 190
Homework 2
Problem 1
You would like to make a nutritious meal of eggs, edamame, and elbow macaroni. The meal should
provide at least 40 g of carbohydrates, at least 20 g of protein, and no more than 50 g of fat. An egg (one
serving) contains 2 g o
Homework 11
Problem 1
J
Not J
Total
B
0.20
0.20
0.40
Not B
0.05
0.55
0.60
Total
0.25
0.75
1
Not E
0.06
0.56
0.62
Total
0.3
0.7
1
a.) P(J|Bnot) = P(J and Bnot)/ P(Bnot)
=0.05/0.6 = 0.0833
b.) P(B|J) = P(J and B)/ P(J)
= 0.2/0.25 = 0.8
Problem 2
T
Not T
Tot
A: amount of AMI Inc. stock
B: amount of BCM Corp. stock
Max
s.t.
3A+5B
25A+50B <= 80000
0.5A+0.25B <= 700
A <= 700
A,B >= 0
Decision Variable
# of AMI stock
800
0
Objective Function
AMI
3
Constraints
Budget
Risk
Diversity
25
0.5
C.) Sheila should purchas
Homework 9
Problem 1:
a.) Two events (A & B) are mutually exclusive when one of them occurs while the
other one does not.
b.) Example: If you were at a stoplight, turning left and right are mutually
exclusive.
c.) Two events (A& B) are independent if the
Decision Variables
Steak
Potatoes
1.2727272727 2.9090909091
Objective Function
Steak
Potatoes
$4
Cost
$2
$11
Constraints
LHS
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
5
20
15
15
5
2
50 >=
40 >=
24.9090909 <=
The Optimal Solution for this problem is have about 1.27 pieces
Decision Variables
Steak
Potatoes
1.2727272727 2.9090909091
Objective Function
Steak
Potatoes
$4
Cost
$2
$11
Constraints
LHS
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
5
20
15
15
5
2
50 >=
40 >=
24.9090909 <=
The Optimal Solution for this problem is have about 1.27 pieces
Homework 10
Problem 1
Law 1
For an event A, the probability of A occurring is a number between 0 and 1
0 <= P (A) <= 1
Law 2
If events A and B are mutually exclusive, then P (A or B) = P (A) + P (B)
Law 3
If A and B are independent events, then P (A and B
BUS2 190 Quantitative Business Analysis
Note: Probability
In a city, 53% of the population is male (and the rest is female). Among the males, 2%
carries a gene that is relevant to a rare brain disease. Among the females, 1% carries that
gene.
For the sake