Spring 2017 Final Exam Review Sheet
Time: Thursday, May 4 starting at the regular class time.
Duration: 2 hours
No scantron is needed. No computers or cells phones may be used during the test.
Anythin
Practice Problems - Normal Distribution
1. Let Z be a standard normal random variable. Use the table for the normal distribution to find
the following probabilities.
NOTE: When working problems using
DSCI 3331: Spring 2017 Assignment 4
Name(s): _
You may work in groups of up to 4 people if you wish. If you work in a group, submit one paper
with all names on it. This is due no later than the beginn
GEOLOGY 3333
ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
Spring 2017
COURSE SYLLABUS
Class Type: 100% Online
Instructors: Dongmin Sun
E-mail: [email protected]
Office Hours: Online by appointment for Spring 2017
REQUIRED Tex
Computer Assignment 1 (for chapters 2 and 3)
Statistics Summer 2017
F D Singleton
Use of Microsoft Excel to-Organize data
-Compute measures of central tendency and variability
-Do frequency analyses a
Time Series Analysis and Forecasting
Forecasting= Process of predicting a future event
Type of forecasts by time horizon=
Short-range forecast
Up to 1 year (typically 3 months
Job scheduling, worker a
Normal population mean
Normal population std dev
Sample n
Mean of sample means by CLTh
Std deviation of sample means by CLTh
0
1
(Put value)
(Put value)
(Compute value)
Sample mean mean
Sample mean s
DSCI 3331
Dr. Zalila
Quiz&Test 1 Review
Quiz 1: Quiz 1 will help with preparation for test 1. It will be Online for all the
class, Saturday October 1st during the time window from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00
Chapter 3
NOWC = Current assets (A/P + Accruals)
EPS = NI / Shares outstanding
Beginning RE + NI Dividends = Ending RE
CF Operating Activities = NI + Sources of cash Uses of cash
Beginning cash + CF O
Using Solver for Linear Programming
I- Installing Solver
1- Office 2003
In Excel, select ToolsSolver.
If Solver does not appear on the menu under Tools, select ToolsAdd-ins and then check the
box next
Chapter 2 Reading Notes
1. An Introduction to Linear Programming
a. Linear programming is a problem-solving approach developed to help
managers make decisions.
b. In all linear programming problems, t
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Chapter 1 Reading Notes
1. Introduction
a. Management science, an approach to decision making based on the scientific
method, makes extensive use of quantitative analysis.
i. Two other widely known an
Chapter 3 Reading Notes
Linear Programming: Sensitivity Analysis and Interpretation of Solution
1. Sensitivity analysis is the study of how the changes in the coefficients of an
optimization model aff
Chapter 7 Reading Notes
Integer Linear Programming
1. Integer Linear Programming
a. A class of problems that are modeled as linear programs with the additional
requirement that one or more variables m
Chapter 6 Reading Notes
Distribution and Network Models
1. Supply Chain Models
a. A supply chain describes the set of all interconnected resources involved in
producing and distributing a product.
i.
Sampling is widely used in business for gathering information to draw
conclusions about _. a population
One of the advantages for taking a sample instead of conducting a
census is this: _. - a sample
A statistic calculated from sample data and used to estimate a
population parameter is called _. a point estimate
A range of values around the statistic calculated from sample data and
used to estimat
Chapter 4 Quiz
The joint probability of any two events is always equal to the product of
the marginal probabilities of those two events. False
If the conditional probability of an event A given anothe
In a uniform distribution, the mean is the value that lies halfway
between the endpoints. True
Random variables, which are usually generated from experiments in
which the observations or things are me
Chapter 3 Quiz
The median and the second quartile of a data set are always equal.
True
Depending on the numbers in a data set the sum of deviations from
the arithmetic mean for the set of numerical d
The number of defective items, X, in a batch of 100 items is unknown
prior to inspection. X is an example of a continuous random variable.
- False
The number of students score A for a final exam is an
In this lecture we will begin using samples to make
inferences about single populations.
Page 1
There are a number of primary objectives in this lecture. First we will
differentiate between point and
Introduction to Chapter 8
Statistical Inference: Estimation for Single Populations
Now we have finally reached the point at which we can do inferential statistics, which are essential to a
great many
In the last lecture we discussed discrete distributions and only briefly introduced
continuous distributions. The introductory pdf document for Chapter 6 introduces
the general topic as well as the un
Further Comments on Ch 5 discrete distributions - understanding the reasoning behind them
Binomial Distributions
The textbook has a discussion similar to the one I give below, but it does not use the
Ch8 Problems
Problem 4
According to Runzheimer International, the average cost of a domestic trip for business
travelers in the financial industry is $1,250. Suppose another travel industry research
c