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Excel Problems
1. The following time series represent the total population of the United States, in thousands,
over the last 12 years.
Year
199
1
199
2
199
3
199
4
199
5
199
6
199
7
199
8
199
9
200
0
200
1
200
2
Population (in 000,s)
25
BA 3360: MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING UNDER UNCERTAINTY
Exercises Exam 2
1. Out of 6 lawyers and 8 economists, a working committee consisting of 2 lawyers and 3 economists is
to be formed. In how many ways can this be done if:
a. Any lawyer and any econom
CHAPTER 12
The Statement of Cash Flows
OVERVIEW OF EXERCISES, PROBLEMS, AND CASES
Exercises
Estimated
Time in
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1. Understand the concept of cash flows and accrual accounting,
and explain the purpose of a statement of cash flows.
15*
60
Diff
2
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CHAPTER 5
Inventories and
Cost of Goods Sold
OVERVIEW OF EXERCISES, PROBLEMS, AND CASES
Learning Outcomes
1. Identify the forms of inventory held by different types of
businesses and the types of costs incurred.
Exercises
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Time in
Minutes
Level
1
PRACTICE EXERCISES 4
MQM 100
Dr. Askar Choudhury
1
CHAPTER: 10
Two Population: Estimation & Hypothesis Test
(Practice Problems)
Part-A: Multiple Choice Questions
1. We are interested in comparing the average supermarket prices of two leading sodas in the
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Practice Midterm I Solutions
1.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
D
A
B
C
B
2.
a) mean = (15+17+99+11+15+16)/6 = 28.83
median: first arrange numbers from least to greatest:
11 15 15 16 17 99
Now, take middle two numbers, average them.
So, median = (15+16)/2 = 15.5
mode
CHAPTER 4
Income Measurement
and Accrual Accounting
OVERVIEW OF EXERCISES, PROBLEMS, AND CASES
Learning Outcomes
Exercises
Estimated
Time in
Minutes
Level
1. Explain the significance of recognition and measurement
in the preparation and use of financial s
CHAPTER 6
Cash and Internal Control
OVERVIEW OF EXERCISES, PROBLEMS, AND CASES
Learning Outcomes
Exercises
Estimated
Time in
Minutes
Level
1. Identify and describe the various forms of cash reported
on a balance sheet.
1
6*
10
15
Easy
Mod
2. Show that you
Blear industrial plant operates 5 days a week with daily payroll of $4,000. Employees are paid
every Saturday for the workweek just completed (Monday-Friday.) the last day of the month is
Wednesday March 31. What is the effect of the corrected adjustment
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BA 3360: MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING UNDER UNCERTAINTY
Exercises Exam 3 (Chapter 9)
1.- Bastien, Inc. has been manufacturing small automobiles that have averaged 50 miles per gallon of gasoline in
highway driving. The company has developed a more efficient
CHAPTER 11
Stockholders Equity
OVERVIEW OF EXERCISES, PROBLEMS, AND CASES
Learning Outcomes
1. Understand the concept of stockholders equity and identify the
components of the Stockholders Equity category of the balance
sheet and the accounts found in eac
Direct and Indirect Method- both accepted by GAAP
GAAP prefers the Direct Method, but most companies use the Indirect Method.
Source of use of funds? An asset goes up.
Youre having to pay out cash to buy something.
Cash Flows In-Class Example:
Cash collec
GRACEY/STATISTICS
CH. 10
CHAPTER PROBLEM
Can we predict the cost of subway fare from the price of a slice of pizza?
In 1964, Eric Bram, a typical New
years. As a first step, we should
York City teenager, noticed that the
examine the data visually. Recall
BA 3360 501: MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING UNDER UNCERTAINTY
Homework#2:
Prepared by: M. Brussolo
02/21/12
1. The US Adult Population by age is as follows. The data are in millions of people.
Age
18-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65 +
Number
27.3
38.8
44.5
42.7
Chapter 5
Binomial experiment An experiment having the four properties stated at the beginning of
Section 5.4.
Binomial probability distribution
A probability distribution showing the probability of x
successes in n trials of a binomial experiment.
Binomi
Chapter 6
Exponential probability distribution
A continuous probability distribution that is useful
in computing probabilities for the time it takes to complete a task.
Normal probability distribution
A continuous probability distribution. Its probability
Glossary
CLASSICAL METHOD: asgn prob that is appropriate when all the experimental outcomes are
equally likely. If an experiment has n possible outcomes, the classical method would assign a
probability of 1/n Example: Rolling a Die to each outcome.
RELATI
CH 7 #20
Sampling Distribution / Interval Estimation > Standard Error of the Mean
Probability that simple random variable of 50 employees within 1 week of population mean:
Sample mean: +/- 1 Week
Normally distributed, so n=30
at X= 16.5 -> z = [ (16.5-17.
Katie Smith
Homework 4
1.
Source of
Variation
Treatments
E
rror
Total
Sum of Degrees of Mean
S
quares Freedom Square
F
p -value
4560
2
2280 2.5576923 0.1466
6,240
7 891.42857
10,800
9
With a level of significance of 0.05, the F crit value is 4.74
Ho : 1 =
1
WHAT IS THE LEAST SQUARES LINE?
Problem:
A sales manager noticed that the annual sales of his employees increase with years of experience. To estimate the annual
sales for his potential new sales person he collected data concerning annual sales and year
SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION
SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION
Documents prepared for use in course B01.1305,
New York University, Stern School of Business
Fictitious example, n = 10.
Page 3
This shows the arithmetic for fitting a simple linear regression.
Summary of