Mathematical Models and Methods in Asset Management
MATHEMATIC MA 5623

Spring 2016
2015/16 Semester B
BUS10160 Operations Management Answers to Tutorial Assignments (Questions #S7.112.38)
S7.1
Where:
Design capacity = 2,000 students
Effective capacity = 1,500 students
Actual output = 1,450 students
Therefore:
Utilization =
Actual outpu
Mathematical Models and Methods in Asset Management
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Exam Advice
You will find helpful advice about common errors in the Examiners Reports. Some specific
examples are dealt with here.
All modules
The OCR Report on the Units taken in June 2006 contains a statement of the rules
examiners use when they see rep
Mathematical Models and Methods in Asset Management
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Spring 2016
2015/16 Semester B
BUS10160 Operations Management Answers to Tutorial Assignments (Questions #9.69.18)
9.6
(a) Initial layout:9.5
Parts Moved Between Work Centers A, B, C, and D
A
B
C
D
A
0
450
550
50
B
350
0
200
0
C
0
0
0
750
D
0
0
0
0
Parts MovedOrigin
Mathematical Models and Methods in Asset Management
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Chapter 23 Measuring a Nations Income
Suggested solution
Questions for Review
1.
5.
An economy's income must equal its expenditure, since every transaction has a
buyer and a seller. Thus, expenditure by buyers must equal income by sellers.
The four compon
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Communicating Customer Value:
Integrated Marketing Communications
12
Lecture
1
2012 Principles of Marketing: An Asian Perspective
Chapter 14 Outline (CILO a & b)
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
2
The Promotion Mix
Integrated Marketing Communications
A View of t
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Principles of Marketing: An Asian
Perspective
Instructor Supplements
Created by Geoffrey da Silva
Marketing Channels and Supply Chain Management
2
2012 Principles of Marketing: An Asian Perspective
12
Chapter 12 Outline (CILO b)
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
3
Su