Case Study 1
Modeling the Number of Hits in a Baseball
Game
Team 16: Baltimore Orioles
Lisa Calabria
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Yifei Wu
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Nasr Cheaib
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Data Collection (Table 1)
Game
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Please Show all work far credit on the exam. Note that unless otherwise noted, you only need to set the
problems up. However, please. dene all variables and plug in the
IE 322 Case Study #2
Service Queuing Process: Chipotle
Team 10
Devin Cole
Nasr Cheaib
Nicolette Casasanto
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For the following case study we observed the service queuing system at the Chipotle
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Quiz 7
This is closed book, closed note, no calculator quiz. You only need to set up each
problem.
1. Children like chocolate chip cookies to have at least 8 chocolate chips per
cookie. If t
IE 322 Probabilistic Models in Industrial Engineering
Fall Semester 2014
Instructor: Paul Griffin
310 Leonhard
(814) 865-9978
[email protected] (please use this rather than Angel)
Office Hours:
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Quiz 1
IE 3222
August 31, 2017
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State two of the ve rules of counting covered in class. You Should state the rules in their en
tirety (does not have to be verbatim but should include
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Quiz 8 - IE322
1. The average time between arrivals to an ATM machine. is 20 minutes, and in-te-rarrival
times are exponentially distributed. Answer the following (just set up the probabilitie
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Quiz 1 IE322
Note: This is a closed book/closed note exam. Please do not use a calculator.
1. There are three colored balls (red, green, and blue). An experiment consists of randomly
drawing t
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4.59 The equations EKX 1W] 2 10 and E[(X a 2?] = 6 may be written in the form:
130(2) 2E(X) = 9, 139(2) 4E(X) : 2.
Solving these two equations simultaneously we obta
IE322: Probabilistic Models in Industrial Engineering
Group Study - Week 15
November 28 - December 2, 2016
Problem 1. Suppose that the length of time that a patient wait in a doctors office before
rec
IE322: Probabilistic Models in Industrial Engineering
Final Exam Practice, Fall 2016.
1. Suppose that there are two cafe clerks in Starbucks working to serve customers, and their
service times are ind
IE322: Probabilistic Models in Industrial Engineering
Final Exam Formula Sheet, Fall 2016
Formula Sheet
X P oisson() :
P (X = k) =
k e
k! ,
k = 0, 1, 2, .
X Binomial(n, p) : P (X = k) = Cn,k pk (1 p)n
IE322: Probabilistic Models in Industrial Engineering
Midterm 2 Formula Sheet, Fall 2016
Formula Sheet
V ar[X] = E[X 2 ] (E[X])2
Cov(X, Y ) = E[XY ] E[X]E[Y ]
V ar[aX + bY + c] = a2 V ar[X] + b2 V ar[