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d iii
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Solution for assignment
3. Find the probabilities for the following discrete random variables
a. Among a shipment of 5,000 tires, 1,000 are slightly blemished. If one purchases 10 of
these tires, what is the probability that 3 or less (P (x <= 3) are blem
4. An investment project is expected to earn $100,000 on average with a
standard deviation of $50,000. Assume earnings from this investment
project is a normal distribution
(10 pts)
a. Determine the probability that the annual net cash flow will be negati
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The density function of a continuous random variable X, the total number of hours, in units of 100 hours,
that a family runs a vacuum cleaner over a period of one year is described by the following probability
density function.
x for < x < 1
f(x) = 2-x fo
0
0.5
1
1.5
0
0.5
1
0.5
The above is for the pdf.
x for < x < 1
f(x) = 2-x for 1 <=x<2
0 elsewhere
For values, x<1 , x = f(x)=y
For values 1<x<2 , f(x) = 2-x
So, for 1 , f(x)= 2-1 =1
For 1.5, f(x) = 2 - 1.5 = 0.5
Now, for the cdf
For values of x between 0
An investment project is expected to earn $100,000 on average with a standard deviation of $50,000. Assume ear
=
100000
S.D=
50000
a
b
x= amt of cash made on investment
Required probability=
Required probability=
Required probability=
P(x<=0)
P(z<=-2)
0.0
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MANAGEMENT SCIENCE (EM 602)
NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
CASE STUDY I
SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI PULP & PAPER COMPANY (SMP&P)
BACKGROUND
SMP&P is a fully integrated paper company with extensive holdings in woodlands, several large
mills, and nationwide di
D rexel University M anagerial Statistics (EN MGT 571)
Summer 2009 , Internet Based Course on BB Vista Professor Rick Grandrino (w) 856-914-6716 (C) 609-417-5110
(w) richard.a.grandrino@lmco.com
Required Texts: (1) Probability of Statistics for Eng
ENMGT 571 Managerial Statistics I
Exam I
1.
Solve the following problems: I. A small manufacturing company will start operating a night shift. There are 25 machinists employed by the company. (12 points) a) If a night crew consist of three machini