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ISE 547
10/2/2017
Homework #4
Preliminary Analysis of Small Manufacturing Plant and Alternative
A small manufacturing facility has two products (Green, Red) that are processed on three
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Homework #5
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ISE 547
10/30/2017
Homework #6
Small Manufacturing Plant
A small manufacturing plant processes three part types Red, Green, and Yellow. Arrivals are
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Find Extreme Directions of LP Feasible Region
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ISE 390
Probability and Engineering Statistics I
Quiz 6A (13 October 2016)
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Remember to show your work! Part of the normal table is on the reverse side
of the page
1. What is the probability: (
ISE 390
Probability and Engineering Statistics I
17 November 2016
Quiz 8 A  SOLUTION
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You are stocking two emergency lights for your cabin in the woods. Light X is s
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Probability and Engineering Statistics I
22 September 2016
Quiz 5A
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Weekly income (I) at a simplified manufacturing plant is the net of revenue obtained
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15 September 2016
Quiz 4A
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Always show work for partial credit. Consider the following continuous density function
for X defined on the interval
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Probability and Engineering Statistics I
27 October 2016
Quiz 7A
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with u
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Probability and Engineering Statistics I
Assignment 3 Solution
22 September 2016
1. Gasoline Revenue
Revenue at a gas station is dependent upon the volume of gasoline sold in the various
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1 September 2016
Quiz 2A
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Circle correct answer and provide your calculations or the formula
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Probability and Engineering Statistics I
Assignment 4 Solution
13 October 2016
1. Weighing Female Cats
We are informed that the weights of female cats of an undisclosed breed are normally
dist
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Probability and Engineering Statistics I
Assignments 3
13 September 2016
Due: 19 September Midnight
1. A gas station earns $1.99 in revenue for each gallon of regular gas that it sells,
$2.19
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Probability and Engineering Statistics I
8 September 2016
Quiz 3A
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Consider the following discrete distribution for X.
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Discount Rate
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Teaching Variation Reduction Using a Virtual
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