1. The Marriott Tub Company manufactures two lines of bathtubs, called Model A and model B. Every tub requires a certain amount of steel and zinc; the company has available a total of 25,000 pounds of steel and 6,000 pounds of zinc. Each model A bathtub r
Twitter Searches For a Business Model
Case Study Questions:
1. Based on your reading in this chapter, how would you characterize Twitters business
Twitter provides a platform for users to express themselves by creating content and sharing it with
MIS in Your Pocket
1. What kinds of applications are described here? What business functions do
they support? How do they improve operational efficiency and decisionmaking?
The kinds of applications that are described here are email, messaging, and social
Chapter 6 & 7 Practice - Solution
For a standard normal distribution, what is the probability of obtaining a z value less than 1.6?
Given that Z is a standard normal random variable, what is the probability that Z
Chapter 2 Practice
Thirty students in the School of Business were asked what their majors were. The
following represents their responses (M = Management; A = Accounting; E =
Economics; O = Others).
Practice chapter 1
Exercise 1 The following information regarding the top eight Fortune 500 companies
was presented in an issue of Fortune Magazine.
Int'l Business Machines
Chapter 4 and 5 Practice - Solution
Assume you have applied for two jobs A and B. The probability that you get an offer for job A is
0.23. The probability of being offered job B is 0.19. The probability of getting at least one of the
jobs is 0.
Expected time (t)
t = (6 + 4(7) + 8)/6 = 7
t = (4 + 4(7) + 10)/6 = 7
t = (2 + 4(5) + 8)/6 = 5
t = (1 + 4(5) + 9)/6 = 5
t = (3 + 4(5) + 7)/6 = 5
t = (2 + 4(3) + 4)/6 = 3
t = (4 + 4(6) + 8)/6 = 6
t = (4 + 4(8) +