A Website
Known Parameters
Selling price per unit
Fixed Cost
Variable cost per unit
$0.06
15000
$0.02
Variables
Number of units, X
375000
Results
Total revenue
Fixed cost
Total variable cost
Total cost
Profit
(a) The Website must be accessed 375,000 times
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION TO MANAGERIAL DECISION MODELING
Question 1:
Define decision modeling. What are some of the
organizations?
That supports the use of the scientific approach?
Answer:
Decision modeling is a Scientific approach to managerial
decisionm
The Festus Bus Company
M
Number of Drivers
Weekly Labor Costs
Constraints:
Drivers needed on Monday
Drivers needed on Tuesday
Drivers needed on Wednesday
Drivers needed on Thursday
Drivers needed on Friday
Drivers needed on Saturday
Drivers needed on Sund
CHAPTER  4
LINEAR PROGRAMMING SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS
Question1:
Discuss the role of sensitivity analysis in LP.
Under what circumstances is it needed, and under
what condition do you think it is not necessary.
Answer:
In most real world situations that are
CHAPTER  6
INTEGER, GOAL AND NONLINEAR PROGREMMING
MODELS
Question1:
and GP.
Answer:
Compare the similarities and differences of LP
Similarities: Linear Programming (LP) and Goal
Programming (GP) models come under mathematical
programming and are used in
Cleaning Crew
Number of units
Profit
Constraints:
Houses Contracts
Labor Hours
H
L
D
Houses
8.00
90
Lawyer's
Office
0.00
133
Doctor's
Office
7.00
250
1
6
$2,470
8.00
7
10
118.00
LHS
>=
8
<=
Sign
120
RHS
The best mix would be 8houses and 7 Doctor's office
House Cleaning
Houses
Number of Units
profit per hour
working hours
profit per unit
Constrains:
Working time limit
house number
Laywer
Doctor
8
0
7
$ 15.00 $ 19.00 $ 25.00
6
7
10
$ 90.00 $ 133.00 $ 250.00 $ 2,470.00
6
1
7
10
118 <=
8 >=
120
8
Gaubert Mark
Festus Bus Company
Mon
Number of Drivers
Cost/(person,week)
Constraints:
Monday needs
Tuesday needs
Wednesday needs
Thursday needs
Friday needs
Saturday needs
Sunday needs
Part Time
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
Part Time
9
2
1
4
1
4
0
$ 375 $ 395 $ 430 $ 430 $
Ch11: Define decision modeling. What are some of the organizations that support the use of
the scientific approach?
Decision modeling is a scientific approach to managerial decision making. It is also the
development of a model of a realworld problem sc
Backpack Manufacturer
Canvas
Number of Units
Selling price
Material cost
Labor cost
Profit
Constraints:
Square Yards of Canvas
Square Yards of Plastic
Square Yards of Nylon
Square Yards of Leather
Working hours on Canvas or Plastic
Working hours on Nylon
Ch61 Compare the similarities and differences of LP and GP.
LP and GP both assume that a problems objective function and constraints are linear. It means
that they cannot contain nonlinear terms.
In LP models, we try to find the best possible value for a
41) Discuss the role of sensitivity analysis in LP. Under what circumstances is it needed,
and under what condition do you think it is not necessary.
In most real world situations that are modeled using LP, conditions are dynamic and
changing. Hence, inp
ACC 644  Balance Scorecard
DIRECTIONS
1. Transfer all your data to this Balance Scorecard.
Co1 =
2. Please make sure that cells are formatted correctly. EG: percentages have percent sign.
3. Do NOT change the "percentage weights" that are in Column C.
Co
15
25
18
45
5
13
19
20
31
20
35
41
42
35
15
Run the Decriptive Statistics and place the answer in the highlighted cell
Column1
Mean
Standard Error
Median
Mode
Standard Deviation
Minimum
Maximum
Sum
Count
25.266666667
3.1312049509
20
15
12.127104628
5
45
3
Financial Statement Analysis Project
Spring 2017 ACC 644
YOUR NAME
Project Members
#1
#2
1.
2.
3.

Name of 3 Companies in this
WorkGroup
Date
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Record YOUR NAME and each students name above.
Each student must complete this template
Functionalities
1. Check the display of Logo
2. Check the display of Log off and Help links
3. Check the display of Appointments text
4. Check the display of New Appointments link
5. Check the display of search objects
6. Check the options in the Criteria
Business Case #3 Template
DIRECTIONS
This is your last Business Case.
This should be done as a group project.
Your job is to create afantastic, amazing, study guide for the next class.
How are you to do this? You are required to identify the 10 MOST impor
ACC 644
March 25, 2017
Team Assignment
Komal Chauhan
Janki Patel
Mayuko Ozawa
Case 34
A.
1. Balance in receivables ($ in millions)
February 28, 2009
March 1, 2008
$1,868
$549
2. The balance in receivable is significantly increased by 240%. Given the limi
Section 2: Balance Sheet Analysis
1. Vertical analysis of Bojangles , Inc. (BOJA)
Account
Assets
Current Assets
Cash and cash equivalents
Accounts and vendor receivables, net
Accounts receivable, related parties,
net
Inventories, net
Other current assets
Anjali Khandelwal
IT 608: Managerial Decision Modeling
Chapter6: Integer, Goal and Nonlinear Programming Models
61: Compare the similarities and differences of LP and GP.
Mathematical programming techniques such as Linear Programming have their objective
Backpack Manufacturer
Number of units
Selling Price
Labor Cost
Material Cost
Profit
Constraints:
Yards for Canvas model
Yards for Plastic model
Yards for Nylon model
Yards for Leather model
Max worker hours for Canvas Model
Max worker hours for Nylon Mode
Cleaning Crew
Number of units
Profit
Constraints:
Houses Contracts
Labor Hours
H
L
D
Houses
8.00
90
Lawyer's
Office
0.00
133
Doctor's
Office
7.00
250
1
6
2470
8.00
7
10
118.00
LHS
>=
8
<=
SIGN
120
RHS
The best mix would be 8houses and 7 Doctor's office to
Problem 119
Known parameters:
Selling price per unit
Fixed cost
Variable cost per unit
$0.06
$15,000.00
$0.02
Input Data
Number of units, X
Results
Total revenue
Fixed cost
Total variable cost
Total cost
Profit
Answer  (a)  375000 times website be acce
Cleaning Crew
Number of units
Profit
Constraints:
Houses Contracts
Labor Hours
H
L
D
Houses
8.00
90
Lawyer's
Office
0.00
133
Doctor's
Office
7.00
250
1
6
$2,470
8.00
7
10
118.00
LHS
>=
8
<=
Sign
120
RHS
The best mix would be 8houses and 7 Doctor's office
Problem 1
Goal Seek A
GS A
Known parameters:
Selling price per unit
Fixed cost
Variable cost per unit
Results
Total revenue
Fixed cost
Total variable cost
Total cost
Profit
GS B
Known parameters:
$10.00
$70,000.00
$7.20
Input Data
Number of units, X
Goal