Information Management and Computers
Assignment A
Question 1:
What strategic role can information technology play in business
process reengineering and total quality management?
Answers:
Information technology is
"the
study,
design,
development,
implement

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HYPOTHESIS TESTING
Example
A random sample of 26 sociology
graduates scored 458 on the GRE
advanced sociology test with a standard
deviation

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HYPOTHESIS TESTING
Hypothesis Testing
1 Overview
2 Fundamentals of Hypothesis Testing
3 Testing a Claim about a Mean: Large
Samples
4 Testing

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Examples of continuous
probability distributions:
The normal and standard normal
The Normal Distribution:
as mathematical function (pdf)
1
f (

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Random Experiment
a random experiment is an action or
process that leads to one of several possible
outcomes. For example:
Experiment
Outcome

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1. What is the problem in your opinion? Elaborate.
2. REPETITIVE 8r NON- CHA

A NORMAL DISTRIBUTION CURVE WITH SD=2.5 AND MEAN = 14.
6.5
14
9 11.5
16.5 19
The shaded area represents area between 10 nd 14 months.
Mean = 14
SD= 2.5
Between 10 and 14 months, the probability of the instrument produced lasts is
equal to:
X1= 10
X2-14
z1

5.
a) Arithmetic Mean
Arithmetic Mean refers to the average of a set of numerical values, calculated by adding all the
observations and dividing the sum by the number of observations. For instance, in the following series:
11, 22, 33, 44 and 55 the mean w

How to Calculate a Correlation
By Deborah J. Rumsey from Statistics For Dummies, 2nd Edition
Can one statistic measure both the strength and direction of a linear relationship between two variables? Sure!
Statisticians use the correlation coefficient to m

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Generic Example
Consider the following problem with
three decision alternatives and three
states of nature with the following payoff
table rep

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STATISTICAL DECISION
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Introduction to Decision
Analysis
The field of decision analysis provides a
framework for making important decisi

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OPERATION RESEARCH
Management Science
is the study and development of
techniques for the formulation and
analysis of management and related
bu

Management Programme
SOLVED ASSIGNMENT
2010
QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES IN MANAGEMENT
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Management Functions & Behavior
Assignment A
1.
A.1
How can the field of OB contribute to the effective functioning of organizations and the
well being of the individual?
OB is related to the individual behaviors in organizations, apart from group behav

Accounting for Manager
Assignment - A
Question 1a): What do you understand by the concept of conservatism? Why it is
also called the concept of prudence? Why it is not applied as strongly today as
it used to be in the Past?
Answer:
Concept of Conservatism

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Quantitative Techniques
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C.R. Kothari
Student Study Material (SSM)
Quantitative Techniques
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References

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OPERATION RESEARCH
Dual Simplex Method: Iterative steps
Steps involved in the dual simplex method are:
1. All the constraints (except those w

7.
Sampling Techniques
Sampling techniques refers to the identification of the specific process by which the entities of the
sample have been selected. There are two methods of selecting samples from populations: random and
nonrandom (judgment) sampling.

4.
Classical Approach to Probability theory
The classical definition of probability is the proportion of times that an event will occur,
assuming that all outcomes in a sample space are equally likely to occur. According to this
approach, the probability

Computer assignment objective type answers
1 Ess
2 Transfer protocaol system
3 wide area network
4 answer not known
5 Both a and b
6 Scheduled Task
7 Ring topology
8 Star topology
9 Resolution
10 Operating system
11 Top management
12 answer not known
13 d

QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES IN MANAGEMENT
Assignment A
Question 1: How has quantitative analysis changed the current scenario in the
management world today?
Answer: Quantitative analysis requires the representation of the problem using a
mathematical model. M

Question 1) Distinguish between the following:
a) Industry demand and Firm (Company) demand,
b) Short-run demand and Long run demand,
c) Durable goods demand and Non-durable goods demand.
Question 2) what are the problems faced in determining the demand f

Accounting for Manager
Assignment - A
Question 1a): What do you understand by the concept of conservatism? Why it is also called the concept
of prudence? Why it is not applied as strongly today as it used to be in the Past?
Answer:
Concept of Conservatism

Question No.1 Distinguish between the following:
a) Industry demand and Firm (Company) demand.
b) Short-run demand and Long run demand.
c) Durable goods demand and Non-durable goods demand.
Answer: 1(a) Firm demand (company demand) denotes the demand for

Case study
Question :
You are required to calculate the coefficient of correlation for the above data set and
comment what conclusion Kushal should draw from the sample.
Answer:
N
X
Y
XY
1
2
3
4
5
6
TOTALS
12
13
19
12
6.5
4
66.5
108
39
68.4
51
10.4
4.4
28

Question 1: How has quantitative analysis changed the current
scenario in the management world today?
Answer 1:
Quantitative analysis requires the representation of the problem using a
mathematical model. Mathematical modeling is a critical part of the
qu