IE2005
Midterm Exam
28 October ,2015
Midterm
Exam
28 October ,2015
Place all answers on the question sheet provided. Write all answers clearly and in complete sentences.
All answers should be supported by analysis or an argument.
First Name:
Last Name:
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IE2005
Assignment 5
Due Oct 7, 2016
Due by midnight Thursday October 7th
Problem 1 A bank operates both a drive-up facility and a walk-up window. On a randomly selected day, let X be
the proportion of time that the drive-up facility is in use (at least on
IE2005
Assignment 3
Due Sep 23, 2016
Due by midnight Friday September 23th
Problem 1 A certain market has both an express checkout line and a superexpress checkout line. Let X1 denote the
number of customers in line at the express checkout at a particular
IE2005
Assignment 6
Due Oct 13,2016
Due is on Thuersday, October 13th before the class.
Problem 1 Chapter 5- Problem 34
Problem 2 Chapter 5- Problem 25
Problem 3
a.) Chapter 5- Problem 26- part (a)
b.) Chapter 5- Problem 26- part (b)
c.) Now assume that y
IE2005
Assignment 8
Due November 10, 2016
Due is on Thuersday, November 10th
Problem 1
a.) Textbook, Chapter 7, Problem 30
b.) Assume that the number of items sold in each week can be modeled by the following distribution:
P (N = k) =
( + n)n1 n
e
n!
Use
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Assignment 2
Due Sep 15, 2016
Due by midnight Thursday September 15th
Problem 1 An individual has 3 different email accounts. Most of her messages, in fact 70%, come into account #1,
whereas 20% come into account #2 and the remaining 10% into accou
IE2005
Assignment 4
Due Sep 29, 2016
Due by midnight Thuersday September 29th
Problem 1 The amount of the time between arrival of two consecutive visitor of a website can be represented by a
continuous random variable T . The p.d.f of random variable T ca
IE2005
Assignment 1
Due Sep 8, 2016
Due by midnight Thursday September 8th
Problem 1 A car dealer is offering three type of cars: compact, SUV, and sport car. Suppose that a customer may not
buy any car or he might buy one of this three types of cars. The
IE2005
Assignment 7
Due Oct 20,2016
Due is on Thuersday, October 21th before the class.
Problem 1 Suppose that X1 , X2 , . . . , X10 are n = 10 independent samples of a random variable X with E[X] =
= 2 and var[X] = 2 = 6. So we can say that Xi s are 10
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Evan Bair and Mark Worker
Facilities Layout
Homework 7
February 24, 2016
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Evan Bair
Facilities Layout
Homework 1
January 13, 2016
1. Layout objectives for Superior Testing
a. Shortest material flow possible
Have receiving located adjacent to the storage location, the assembly areas close
together to allow for smooth part flow,
Evan Bair
Facilities Layout
Homework 4
February 3, 2016
2.
Aisles The space that aisles will take up need to be accounted for when a
department layout is being created. The aisles need to be wide enough to
accommodate the largest item that the department
Evan Bair
Facilities Layout
Homework 2
January 20, 2016
1. Collaboration between designers and manufacturing engineers. Allowing these two
groups to communicate before a product is put into production can allow both to work
out design issues and manufactu
Evan Bair
Facilities Layout
Homework 5
February 10, 2016
1.
I do not agree with the manager. I do not believe that the Ion3 area needs to be doubled
in size to accommodate for the expected growth of sales. Those numbers are just that,
expected, they are n
Evan Bair
Facilities Layout
Homework 6
February 17, 2016
1. When spaces are assigned to employees for parking there must be a one to one ratio of
parking spaces to employees. Thus on days when not everyone who works at the facility
is present for one reas
Problem 2.28
The probability mass function for number of good castings produced(x), based on Q
Number of Castings Sc
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Evan Bair
Engineering Management
Homework 1
January 14, 2016
Chapter 1 Questions
1. The main similarity between each authors definitions is the use of the words efficient or
effective. The authors stated that management is a way to achieve goals through t
Evan Bair
Engineering Management
Homework 2
January 26, 2016
Problem 1
a) Forecast sales for 2016 using a simply moving average
F2016 = (83,000 + 81,000 + 62,000 + 53,000) / 4 = 69,750
Forecasted sales for 2016 using simple moving average = $69,750
Foreca
Evan Bair
Engineering Management
Homework 3
February 2, 2016
Book Problem 5-8
From the expected value method I would choose alternative 2 with a value of $130,000.
Using maximax I would select alternative 1 with a value of $800,000
A1 = 800
A2 = 500
A3 =
Evan Bair
Engineering Management
Homework 5
February 25, 2016
Chapter 8 Questions
8-2.
A good control system needs to be understandable, efficient, and flexible. A control system needs
to be understandable because otherwise it will be useless or at best i
Balance Sheet, Hytek Corporation, December 31, 2012
Assets
Current Assets
Cash
Accounts Receivable
Inventory
$50,000.00
$100,000.00
$300,000.00
Total Current Assets
Property, Plant, and Equipment
Accumulated Depreciation
Net Property
$450,000.00
$470,000.