FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
QMDS 300 QUANTITATIVE DECISION ANALYSIS
ASSIGNMENT ONE
Due date & time: September 22, 2017 (at the end of class)
*The assignment is to be submitted by individual gro
Chapter 6
Integer Linear Programming (III)
1
Binary Variables & Logical
Conditions (Sec.6.12)
Binary variables are also useful in modeling a
number of logical conditions.
Of projects 1, 3 & 6, no mo
Chapter 7
Part II
Multiple Objective Optimization
1
3BL: The Triple Bottom Line
The idea that decisions should consider
Profit
People
Planet
This requires a multiple objective perspective
2
Trade-o
Chapter 4
Part I
Sensitivity Analysis
1
Introduction
When solving an LP problem we assume
that values of all model coefficients are
known with certainty.
Such certainty rarely exists.
Sensitivity a
Chapter 3
Part 1
Modeling and Solving LP
Problems in a Spreadsheet
1
Introduction
Solving LP problems graphically is only
possible when there are no more than
two decision variables
Few real-world L
Chapter 6
Integer Linear Programming
(I)
1
Introduction
When one or more variables in an LP problem
must assume an integer value we have an
Integer Linear Programming (ILP) problem.
ILPs occur frequ
QMDS300
Quantitative Decision
Analysis
1
Chapter 1
Introduction to Modeling
& Decision Analysis
2
Introduction
We face numerous decisions in life &
business.
We can use computers to analyze the
pote
Lecture notes Exponentials and
Logarithms
(Chapter 10)
Kevin Wainwright
September 20, 2012
1
Simple Compound Interest
Suppose you have dollars to invest at an interest rate of percent
per year. In one
OPMT 5701
BBA program
Homework 1: Algrebra Review
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) If
x x-5
+
= 7, solve for x.
5
10
A)
2
3
B)
OPMT 5701
BBA program
Homework 1: Algrebra Review
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) If
x x-5
+
= 7, solve for x.
5
10
A)
2
3
B)
Chapter 6
Integer Linear Programming
(I)
1
Introduction
When one or more variables in an LP problem
must assume an integer value we have an
Integer Linear Programming (ILP) problem.
ILPs occur frequ
Chapter 5
Network Modeling (I)
1
Introduction
A number of business problems can be
represented graphically as networks.
This chapter focuses on several such problems:
Transshipment Problems
Shortest
Chapter 5
Network Modeling (II)
1
The Shortest Path Problem (Sec. 5.2)
Many decision problems boil down to
determining the shortest (or least costly) route
or path through a network.
Ex. Emergency V
Chapter 5
Network Modeling (III)
1
The Maximal Flow Problem
In some network problems, the objective is to
determine the maximum amount of flow that can
occur through a network.
The arcs in these pro
Q1- A sample of 31 observations is selected from a normal population. The sample mean is 30, and the
population standard deviation is 6. Conduct the following test of hypothesis using the 0.05 signifi
Connect 10-1
1.
value:
10 points
A sample of 49 observations is selected from a normal population. The sample mean is 21, and
the population standard deviation is 4. Conduct the following test of hypo
Chapter 10
For Exercises 1 & 3 answer the questions: (a) Is this a one- or two-tailed test? (b) What is
the decision rule? (c) What is the value of the test statistic? (d) What is your decision
regard
Connect 10-1
1.
value:
10 points
A sample of 49 observations is selected from a normal population. The sample mean is 21, and
the population standard deviation is 4. Conduct the following test of hypo
COB207 Decision Methods
Course project 2015-2016
Please find a decision problem in your real-life (could be from yourselves, family, fri
ends), and use proper models from this course to solve it.
It s
Ch6 Inventory and Cost of Sales
Exercises 6.1
Liberty Company reported the following January purchases and sales data for its only product.
Date
Activities
Units Acquired at Cost
Jan.1
Beginning inven
Design
Strategies
What is research design?
Why design research?
Exploratory study
Formal study
Monitoring/observa
tion
Interrogation/comm
unication
( ) Qualitative Research
Data
Observation, i
http:/web.kao.com/tw/essential/product.html?pd=5
How does Essential make the
internal influence on female
consumers behavior?
How does they use the classical
conditioning and instrumental
conditioning
Loyalty program
Chloe
Vien
Kason
Kay
Information of ParknShop
ParknShop is a chain supermarket in CKHUY
It operates in both food trade and home.
The market share of Parkn in Macau, 2016 was
17.2 %.
How McDonald's enter
the Chinese market?
Group1 member:
CONTENT:
McDonalds enter China
Reason:
1. Timing
1990
Shenzhen special economic zone
(80s)there were not many competitors
Seen successful
2. Gr
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Capacity planning requires an analysis of needs: what kind, how much, and when.
True
False
References
True / False
Difficulty: 2
Medium
Learning Objective: 05-01
GMIE001 Microeconomics
Week 3 Exercise
Name: _ Class: _
1. You can spend $5 for lunch and you would like to have two double cheeseburgers. When you get to
the restaurant, you find out the price for do
GMIE001 Microeconomics
Week 8 Exercise
Name: _ Class: _
1. Refer to the figure below.
(1) If you were to draw the marginal revenue curve in this figure it would:
A. lie on top of the demand curve.
B.