Ans 1
A.
Suppliers
A Wood
Expression Inc.
Automoblox
Bajo Toys USA
Assembly
Holding cup
on bracing
arm
Inputs
Process
Man power
Outputs
Specifications
Material
Minitab
Assembly
bracing arm
on the base
Select
rubber
band height
on bracing
arm
Katapult
opti

EMGT 5430-PROFESSIONAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Project Description and Objectives-Restaurant
Project Title-
Project Objective:
People always love to dine out often to relax and try out new dishes and cuisines. The hospitality
sector is a flourishing industry s

Engineering
Economy
Engineering Economy course
Dr. Zandi
Depreciation and Income Taxes
Depreciation
Depreciation is the decrease in the value of
physical properties with passage of time
buildings and equipment are depreciable.
Book Value (BV)
Straight-Lin

Engineering
Economy
Engineering Economy course
Dr. Zandi
Engineering
Economy
Price-demand relationship
Engineering
Economy
Price-demand relationship
Engineering
Economy
The total revenue function
Engineering
Economy
Total revenue function
as a function of

Homework 5
SENG 5230
1) Johns molding firm had started examining 5 different alternatives for a piece of material
handling equipment. Each alternative has an expected life of 8 years. Consider market value has
0, and MARR is 12%. Using an incremental anal

SENG 5230 - Assignment 1
4-32. An outright purchase of $20,000 now ( a lump sum payment) can be traded for 30 equal payments
of $893 per month, starting one month from now. What is the monthly interest rate that establishes
equivalence between these two p

Alt A
Alt B
Alt C
Alt D
Alt E
Capital Investment $12,000 $12,500 $14,400 $16,250 $20,000
Annual Income
IRR
Year
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
IRR
Answer :
$2,500
12.99%
$2,520
12.04%
$3,050
13.48%
B-A
C-A
-500
-2400
20
550
20
550
20
550
20
550
20
550
20
550
20
550
20

Recovery computers per year
% refurbished and donated per year
% remanufactured and resold
% of residue
2000
50%
40%
10%
C.P.U'S and Monitors
4000
labor cost to transfer per unit
Transportation per unit
Total cost per unit
$10
1.7
$11.70
Demanufacturing C

Smart Parking Identifier
Plan of Action
Finding parking spot in congested cities and malls is becoming a huge problem in this modern era. To
overcome this problem, we came up with an application Smart Parking Identifier.
Our application is an Incremental

EMGT 5331-Six Sigma
Individual Assignment-3
Recall the definition of functionality (CTQ2) in POI case study. You have inspected 10 boxes of MSDs
and counted the number of MSDs that are broken in each box as 10, 9, 5, 4, 5, 9, 6, 6, 9, 11. Based on
these s

CHAOS RISING
A C H A O S E x e c u t i v e Comment
ar
y
Commentar
ary
"We know why projects fail; we know how to prevent their failureso why do they still fail?
Cobbs Paradox, Martin Cobb
of the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, 1995
in Figure 1. Fift

Negotiation Strategies to be used:
Always have an alternative-Use BATNA(Best Alternative to a Negotiated
Agreement)
Do considerable research about the opposite party before negotiating.
Pay attention to opponent
Always aim for win-win. Both parties sh

Homework
Engineering economy course
Question 1:
Question 2:
Two alternative machines will produce the same product, but one is capable of higherquality work, which can be expected to return greater revenue. The following are
relevant data:
Machine A
Machi

Plan of Action Gastronomy
GOAL: The goal of our application Gastronomy is to connect people to various food and
drink options in their vicinity.
Our purpose is to enjoy friendship and life. This app will eliminate the unwanted circumstances
and various ch

EMGT 5531 Six Sigma Quality
Assignment Week 2
Dr. Ki Jeong Young
By,
Saranya Sarika (1136733)
Bhavana Gorre(1420479)
Answer 1:
a. A SIPOC diagram provides a broad view of a process, the owner, inputs etc.
Suppliers
Local Fishermen
Fish Markets
in the Bost

EMGT 5331 Six Sigma Quality
Tools in Six Sigma
Cause & Effect Diagram
Pareto Analysis
Scatter Diagram
Muti-Vari Analysis
Watch a video clip Basic GraphTools
Copyright 2010 by JKY@EMGT at UHCL
Important Notes
The information that appears in many of the

What is Confidence Interval (CI)?
How to calculate the Confidence Interval?
1
Population (e.g. UHCL students)
Population Mean:
(e.g. average height of UHCL students)
Population Standard Deviation:
5.0 ft?
5.5 ft?
6.0 ft?
Only God knows!
n Samples
x: sa

Important Notes
The information that appears in many of these slides
is developed by Dr. Jeong based on the support
materials that accompany the reference book for this
course:
Essentials of Modern Business Statistics with
Microsoft Excel
Sources for othe

Measure Phase
Q1. Conduct R&R Analysis using the data in POI Case Study
Use the data in Gage R&R worksheet in the Excel file and load this onto MINITAB (you
can copy and paste it) You are going to conduct the Gage R&R analysis as in Figure
16.5 on pp 510.

Important Notes
The information that appears in many of these
The information that appears in many of these
slides developed by Dr.Jeong based on the
slides isis developed by Dr.Jeong based on the
primary text for this
reference text for this course: cour

Measurement & Analysis Tools
(EMGT 5331 Six Sigma Quality)
- Measurement systems (Gage R&R)
- Linear Regression
- Correlation
Copyright 2010 by JKY@EMGT at UHCL
Important Notes
The information that appears in many of these
slides is developed by Dr. Jeong

Linear Regression
Simple Linear Regression Model
Coefficient of Determination
Testing for Significance
Multiple Linear Regression Model
Correlation (Coefficient)
Important Notes
The information that appears in many of these
slides is developed by Dr. Jeon

Chapter 16: Design of Experiments I:
Comparisons Involving Means
Introduction to Analysis of
Variance
Analysis of Variance: Testing for the
Equality of
k Population Means
EMGT 5331 Six Sigma@UHCL, by Ki-Young Jeong
1
Important Notes
The information that a

EMGT 5331 Six Sigma Quality
CH11. Process Capability Index
@UHCL
1
Important Notes
The information that appears in many of
these slides is developed by Dr. Jeong based
on the primary and reference text books for
this course:
Six Sigma: Basic Tools and Tec

EMGT 5331 Six Sigma Quality
Improvement Phase
1
Important Notes
The information that appears in many of
these slides is developed by Dr. Jeong based
on the primary text book for this course:
Six Sigma: Basic Tools and Techniques
Sources for other informat

ASSIGNMENT 3
Read the following scenario and submit your answer in MS Excel format showing all the calculations as
soft copy through Blackboard. The assignment is 15 points.
A large food-processing corporation is considering using laser technology to spee