Name: _KEY_
6 February 2009
IE330 Spring 2009
Test 1c
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
Once you are finished, turn in the test and leave quietly.
1 of 10
Name: _KE
Name: _
17 February 2010
IE330 Spring 2010
Test #1c KEY
Closed book, closed notes, no calculators
Some potentially helpful test statistics:
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x1 x2 0
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Name: _
17 September 2008
IE330 Spring 2008
Test 1c
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
Once you are finished, turn in the test and leave quietly.
1 of 10
Name: _
1.
Name: _KEY_
6 February 2009
IE330 Spring 2009
Test 1b
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
Once you are finished, turn in the test and leave quietly.
1 of 10
Name: _KE
Name: _
17 February 2010
IE330 Spring 2010
Test #1b KEY
Closed book, closed notes, no calculators
Some potentially helpful test statistics:
x 0
Z0 =
n
T0 =
x 0
T0 =
s
n
x1 x2 0
Z0 =
2
s12 s2
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Name: _
17 September 2008
IE330 Spring 2008
Test 1b
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
Once you are finished, turn in the test and leave quietly.
1 of 10
Name: _
1.
Name: _KEY_
6 February 2009
IE330 Spring 2009
Test 1a
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
Once you are finished, turn in the test and leave quietly.
1 of 10
Name: _KE
Name: _
17 February 2010
IE330 Spring 2010
Test #1a KEY
Closed book, closed notes, no calculators
Some potentially helpful test statistics:
x 0
Z0 =
n
T0 =
x 0
T0 =
s
n
x1 x2 0
Z0 =
2
s12 s2
+
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Name: _
17 September 2008
IE330 Spring 2008
Test 1a
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
Once you are finished, turn in the test and leave quietly.
1 of 9
Name: _
1. (
Name: _
26 February 2010
IE330 Spring 2010
Quiz #5c
Closed book, closed notes, no calculators
Some helpful test statistics:
Z0 =
T0* =
S
2
p
X1 X 2 0
1 2
+
n1 n2
D 0
T0 =
SD / n
T0 =
X1 X 2 0
s1 s2
+
Name: _
26 February 2010
IE330 Spring 2010
Quiz #5b
Closed book, closed notes, no calculators
Some helpful test statistics:
Z0 =
T0* =
S
2
p
X1 X 2 0
1 2
+
n1 n2
D 0
T0 =
SD / n
T0 =
X1 X 2 0
s1 s2
+
Name: _
3 February 2010
IE330 Spring 2010
Quiz #2a
Confidence intervals
x z /2 / n
( n 1) s 2
x t /2,n 1s / n
2
/2, n 1
2
( n 1) s 2
2
1 /2, n 1
p z /2
Single sample tests
X 0
Z0 =
/ n
X 0
T0 =
s/ n
True/False problems
(True or False) is defined as the probability that a type I
error could be made.
(True or False) is defined as the probability that a type
II error could be made.
(True or False
Chapter 16: Homework
See Blackboard for assignment.
Homework 9 is due 27 April 2011.
Chapter 16: Objectives
You should be able to recall:
For what purpose an X-bar and R process control chart is used
Chapter 15: Homework
See Blackboard for assignment.
Homework 8 is due 20 April 2011.
Chapter 15: Objectives
You should be able to recall:
The uses for each of the following tests: Sign Test, Wilcoxon
Chapter 10: Homework
The due date for this homework is 21 February.
Read Chapter 10
See Blackboard for homework assignment.
Chapter 10: Objectives
You should be able to recall:
You should be able to a
Chapter 9: Homework
This is a long chapter, and it one of the two most important chapters in the
book for you to understand.
The due date for this homework is February 7th.
See Blackboard for assignme
Chapter 8: Statistical Intervals for a Single Sample
You should be able to recall:
How to standardize a normally distributed random variable
How to construct a t distribution from a normally distribut
Name: _KEY_
7 May 2009
IE330 Spring 2009
Final Exam B
Part 1: Mandatory
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
1 of 24
Name: _KEY_
1. CHAPTER 15 - True/False questions (
Name: _KEY_
7 May 2009
IE330 Spring 2009
Final Exam A
Part 1: Mandatory
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
1 of 24
Name: _KEY_
1. CHAPTER 15 - True/False questions (
KEY
4 May 2010
IE330 Spring 2010
Final Exam
Part 1: Mandatory (Chapters 15 and 16)
No calculators, closed book, closed notes.
Do not tear off any pages.
1
KEY
1. CHAPTER 15 - True/False questions (3 p
ENGR 13200 Ideas to Innovations Part II
Spring 2011
HOMEWORK #6
GRADING CRITERIA
Problems 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 are recorded under HW_6 in blackboard (total of 100 points).
Problems 6 and 7 are recorded u
ENGR 13200 Ideas to Innovations Part II
Spring 2011
HOMEWORK #9
GRADING CRITERIA
Problems 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 are recorded under HW_8 in blackboard (total of 100 points).
Coding Standards
These items ar
ENGR 13200 Ideas to Innovations Part II
Spring 2011
HOMEWORK #7
GRADING CRITERIA
Problems 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 are recorded under HW_7 in blackboard (total of 100 points).
Coding Standards
These items ar
ENGR 13200 Ideas to Innovations Part II
Spring 2011
HOMEWORK #5
GRADING CRITERIA
Problems 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 are recorded under HW_5 in blackboard (total of 100 points).
Coding Standards
These items ar
ENGR 13200 Ideas to Innovations Part II
Spring 2011
HOMEWORK #12
GRADING CRITERIA
Problems 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 are recorded under HW_12 in blackboard (total of 100 points).
Coding Standards
These items
Information Systems:
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