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Review Problems Decision Analysis
1. Given the following profit matrix, which alternative should be chosen using:
a.) MAXIMAX
c.) LAPLACE
b.) MAXIMIN
d.) MINIMUM REGRET
Alternatives
A
B
C
D
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Quiz 2
1.(4pts) Find the point on the curve
where the plane
perpendicular to the curve is parallel to the plane 6x + 6y 8z =17.
Work:
Answer:
2.(4pts) Consider the curve
from t = 0 to t = 2. Also find
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each intercept as an ordered pair. You may draw your graph on the grid below or create your
own graph.
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Find the standard divisor (to two decimal places) for the given
population and number of representative seats.
Population
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Section 4.2: #28
Section 4.3: #2, #18, #38
Section 4.4: #10, #20, #24
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Homework 2 Due Tuesday 2/7
1. By examining the following sequences, write a difference equation to represent the change
(a)
n th interval as a function of the previous term in the sequence.
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MATH 1750/1775
Limits for Some Special Functions
Part 1: Interest on Savings
Banks provide savings accounts that pay compound interest at time
intervals specified when an account is opened. The intere
MATH 108 Quiz 1
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Assignment 4 (A4)
MATH 627: Generalized Linear Models
SPRING 2017
Due: Wednesday, March 1, 2017
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Cheryl Johnson, the director of marketing for the Thingamajig Company, has
collected data on the annual number of households in the state, the adjusted average
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(2, 3)
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None of the above
(3, 0)
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Solve for x :
|2x + 4| = 16
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7. Problem 14.5
14.5. a. Plot the logistic mean response function (14.16) when 0 = 20 and 1 = .2.
b. For what value of X is the mean response equal to .5?
c. Find the odds when X = 125, when X = 126,
1. (a) Lets first calculate how many pounds of municipal solid waste (MSW) can be filled in the
garbage truck:
The volume (v) = 40 yd3(cubic yards) and
=750 lb / y d
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Viewed from an inertial reference frame, an object is seen to be moving in a circle. Which, if any, of
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1 A committee of size 7 is to be formed from 18 women and 20 men.
1. Possible number of committees:
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MEE 5901, Advanced Solid Waste Management
Unit I Assignment
This assignment will allow you to demonstrate the following objectives:
Assess the fundamental science and engineering principles of solid w
1 .an open study (where participants are aware of the treatment they are taking) is conducted to
assess the time to pain relief following treatment in patients with arthritis. The following linear
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A. You can use either Solver, Lindo or excel to resolve problems. After graduating from
business school, George Clark went to work for a Big Six accounting firm in San
Francisco. Since his bobby has a
1. over what interval with the intermediate value theorem apply?
a. cfw_-5, -00001
b. (-5, -.00001)
c. [-5,0]
d. everywhere shown
2. The IVT is often used to verify that a function has a zero. For the
My Answers
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change the optmal soluton asthe allowable
decrease is infnity. For compound #2, a $1
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2 x 2 and the bottom half is given by g(x) = R r 2 x 2 . (It is easier to use a single integ
1) Fredricka has a triangular garden bed in her front yard. The measure of the largest angle is 10 less
than three times the measure of the smallest, and the measure of the middle angle is 15 more tha
An Investigation into obesity rates
Researchers have been interested in studying the obesity trends worldwide over the past 25
years.
In 2014 the World Health Organization (WHO) declared there were. 1
1. Bloomington Mayor-elect Hamilton is indifferent about whether to keep a $100,000
property tax revenue surplus or use it to create a tax abatement district on 2nd Street (past
Route 37) in order to
For all to be done in excel
Step 1: State the null hypothesis and the alternate hypothesis.
Step 2: Select the level of significance.
Step 3: Evaluate the test statistic.
Step 4: Formulate a decision
Put the names (first and last) of both group members here in the header so that it appears on every page
then delete these instructions. (Yes, you must work with a partner.) Write your answers in blue
Conventional wisdom plans experiment one-factor-at-a-time (OFAAT). Compare and
contrast the main advantages and disadvantages of OFAAT and DOE and select the
approach (e.g., OFAAT or DOE) that you wou
SECTION 8.2
#3 (a, d, c, d, e)
a) No, it is not a simple path because the path has a repeated vertex d.
b) No, it is not a cycle because the beginning and ending vertices are not same.
c) No, it is no
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Type I Error: This is the error of rejecting a null hypothesis (H O) when it is actually true. It occurs
when we are observing a difference when in truth there is none. The type I error occurs when
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