Smartphone Accessories Symposium: The Debate between
Smarten Up and Accessories Plus
Inthemarket,twocompanies,SmartenUpandAccessoriesPlus,have
two very similar smartphone accessories coming out, which creates a
remarkablecompetitiontotherivals.Toanalyzeho
Data set types:
1. Cross-sectional data
a) Many # of entities, one time period
2. Time series data
a) One entity, many time periods
3. Panel data
a) Many # of entities, many time periods
Population mean-
Population SD-
When = 0, = 1, we use standard norma
An In-Depth Analysis of Winter is Coming
The objective of this case study is to analyze if the company Winter is Coming has been correctly
pricing their winter coats during two particular time periods: November to April and May to
October. Analysis of the
BUSN 4000
Predictive Modeling and Optimization
1.1: Precalculus Review
If b is any real number and n is a positive integer, then the
expression
n factors
where the number b is called the base, and the superscript n is
called the power of the exponential e
BUSN 4000
Chapter 3: Differentiation
3.1: Basic Rules of Differentiation
1: Derivative of a Constant
Rule
The derivative of a constant function is zero; that is,
Rule 2: The Power Rule: Let be any number. Then
Examples:
If , then its derivative is the
BUSN 4000: Homework 6 Problem Session
(To be held on Tuesday February 23rd at 5pm in Brooks Hall Rm 145)
1.
Find the absolute maximum and absolute minimum values, if any, of the function. (If an
answer does not exist, enter DNE.)
() = 2 2 7 [0, 7]
2.
Find
BUSN 4000: Homework 3 Problem Session
(To be held on Tuesday February 2nd at 5pm in Brooks Hall Rm 145)
1. Find the values of for which the function is continuous.
() = 2
6 24
2. Find the values of for which the function is continuous.
9
() = 2
+ 7 98
3.
BUSN 4000: Homework 2 Problem Session
(To be held on Tuesday January 26th at 5pm in Brooks Hall Rm 145)
1.
Refer to the graph of the function in the following figure.
a) Find (4).
b) Find the values of corresponding to the point(s) on the graph of located
BUSN 4000: Homework 5 Problem Session
(To be held on Tuesday February 16th at 5pm in Brooks Hall Rm 145)
1.
Find the first and second derivatives of the function.
() = 4 3 40 2 + 20 17
2.
Find the first and second derivatives of the function.
2
() =
7 + 8
BUSN 4000: Homework 4 Problem Session
(To be held on Tuesday February 9th at 5pm in Brooks Hall Rm 145)
1. Find the derivative of the function.
() = 714
2. Find the derivative of the function by using the rules of differentiation.
() = 4 16
3. Find the de
Test 1 Review
Question 1:
Q. Find the slope of the line that passes through the pair of points 1,4 and
6,8 .
Question 2:
Consider the equation 3 8
16 0.
Q. Write the equation in the slope-intercept form.
Q. Find the slope of the corresponding line.
Q.
BUSN 4000 Formula Sheet
Tan Chapter 1:
The Quadratic Formula: The solutions of the equation 2 + + = 0 ( 0) are given by:
=
2 4
2
The Slope-Intercept Equation of a Line: A non-vertical line L has an equation of the form:
= +
The Point-Slope Equation of
BUSN 4000: Homework 10 Problem Session
(To be held on Tuesday, November 3 in Caldwell 204)
- All of the data sets needed to complete this assignment are either embedded in the question prompt or
contained as separate worksheets in the same file: BUSN4000_
BUSN 4000: Homework 8 Problem Session
(To be held on Tuesday October 20th at 5pm in the Miller Learning Center Rm 150)
- All of the data sets needed to complete this assignment are either embedded in the question
prompt
or
contained
as
separate
worksheets
BUSN 4000: Homework 9 Problem Session
(To be held on Tuesday, October 27 in Caldwell 204)
- All of the data sets needed to complete this assignment are either embedded in the question prompt or
contained as separate worksheets in the same file: BUSN4000_H
BUSN 4000: Homework 7 Problem Session
(To be held on Tuesday October 13th at 5pm in Brooks Hall Rm 145)
- All of the data sets needed to complete this assignment are either embedded in the question
prompt
or
contained
as
separate
worksheets
in
the
same
fi
Lincoln Records' RS-1000: An Analysis of Profit, Cost and Revenue
As Lincoln Records begins to manufacture its latest product The RS-1000, an analysis of
the newly product is important to consider. A deeper look at the cost, revenue and profit of the
prod
Mobius Case 2: Odyssey Inc. Spa Price Analysis
I.
II.
III.
IV.
INTRO
c. Price point that maximizes rev look at sample case
f. Combined scatter plot from above
g. Equilibrium price
h. Estimates of max rev.
Outro
Appendix
Refer to everything in the previous
Party Spa Price Analysis for Oasis Inc
Before any major product is released an analysis should be done on the pricing to make sure the
company makes the most money possible. This analysis is for Oasis Inc.s TRANQUILITY 5000 and is
intended to take a deepe
BUSN 4000
Test 1 Review Q. Find the slope of the line that passes through the pair of points (“1.4) and
(6,8).
Question 2:
0 Consider the equation 33: + By -— 16 = 0.
Q. Write the equation in the slope-intercept form.
Q. Find the slope of the correspondin
BUSN 4000 Formula Sheet
Tan Chapter 1:
The Quadratic Formula: The solutions of the equation 2 + + = 0 ( 0) are given by:
=
2 4
2
The Slope-Intercept Equation of a Line: A non-vertical line L has an equation of the form:
= +
The Point-Slope Equation of
BUSN 4000: Homework 1 Problem Session
(To be held on Thursday August 27th at 5pm in Brooks Hall Rm 145)
1.
Evaluate the expression. (Simplify your answer completely.)
327/5
2.
Evaluate the expression. (Simplify your answer completely.)
(101/2)4
3.
Evaluat
Test 2 Review
Question 1:
The Central Company manufactures a certain specialty item once a month in a
batch production run. The number of items produced in each run varies from
month to month as demand fluctuates. The company is interested in the
relatio
Test 1 Review
Question 1:
Q. Find the slope of the line that passes through the pair of points 1,4 and
6,8 .
Question 2:
Consider the equation 3 + 8 16 = 0.
Q. Write the equation in the slope-intercept form.
Q. Find the slope of the corresponding line.
Q
Terry College of Business
Department of Insurance, Legal Studies, &
Real Estate
UNIVERSITY OF GEORIGA
Department of Insurance, Legal Studies, & Real Estate
Terry College of Business
BUSN 4000
Spring 2015
BUSN 4000:
Predictive Modeling and Optimization
Spr
Chapter 3: Dierentiation
3.1: Basic Rules of Dieren5a5on
Rule 1: Derivative of a Constant
The derivative of a constant function
()= is zero; that is,
/( )=0.
Rule 2: The Power Rule: Let be any number. T
Dielman Chapter 7: Using Indicator and Interaction
Variables
7.1: Using and Interpre2ng Indicator Variables
To this point, we have only worked with quantitative explanatory variables in
our regression models. Sometimes h