1.
A project involving the installation of a computer system comprises eight
activities. The following table lists immediate predecessors and activity times
(in weeks)
Activity Immediate Predecessor Time
A - 3
B - 6
C A 2
D B,C 5
E D 4
F E 3
G B,C 9
1.
Frandec Company manufactures, assembles, and rebuilds material handling
equipment used in warehouses and distribution centers. One product, called a
Liftmaster, is assembled from four components: a frame, a motor, two supports,
and a metal strap.
Chapter 4
Contracts and Agency Law
I. ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF CONTRACT LAW
A. The Nature of Contractual Exchange
1. Contract law is a system of rules for enforcing promises and
breaking promises
a. Gives the extent to which promises
1) Are legally enforceable
Kira Payman
Homework 10
Lab: Friday 12-1
Exponential Model of Medical Research Growth per Year
40.000
35.000
f(x) = 11.43 exp( 0.08 x )
R = 0.97
30.000
25.000
Med ical Research
20.000
15.000
10.000
5.000
0.000
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
Years since 1990
Thebes
z-Test of a Mean
Sample mean
Population standard deviation
Sample size
Hypothesized mean
Alpha
88.5
9
36
87
0.01
z Stat
P(Z<=z) one-tail
z Critical one-tail
P(Z<=z) two-tail
z Critical two-tail
1.00 test statistic
0.1587 p value
2.3263 critical value
0.31
SUMMARY
Groups
Count
Sum
Average
Variance
totalchol for
normal
75
12691
169.213333
3
1117.06198
2
totalchol
overweight
40
6847
171.175
842.353205
1
totalchol for
obese
51
9670
189.607843
1
1276.76313
7
ANOVA
Source of
Variation
SS
df
MS
F
P-value
F crit
B
MS1023 Exam II Review
Chapter V
Properties of discrete random variable: range, probability, distribution
Calculate probability, mean and variance for general discrete random variable
Binomial random variable: identify; calculate probability, mean and v
MS1023.005 Homework 01
due on: Friday 01-21-2011
01-14-2011
1. Classify each of the following attributes as either categorical or numerical. For those are
numerical, determine whether they are discrete or continuous. (Assume your accuracy of
measurement i
As the regression model indicated, the p-value of both the number of drinks
sold and the average weekly earnings are key predictors of revenue. However, the
p-value for the number of stores showed that it was not a key predictor. With the
model you can de
MS1023 Homework 03
due on: Monday 02-14-2010
1. Textbook p101 4.2 (b) (d) (f) (h)
2. Textbook p110 4.13 (a) (b) (c)
3. Textbook p122 4.28 (a) (b) (c)
4. Of the 10000 students at a certain university, 7000 have Visa cards, 6000 have
Master cards, and 5000