IE3302 HW#9 DUE MON 4/29/13 BY START OF LECTURE
1. Book problem 10.4
2. Book problem 10.5
3. Book problem 10.6
4. Book problem 10.9
5. Book problem 10.14
6. Book problem 10.17
7. Book problem 10.20
8. Book problem 10.21
9. Book problem 10.25
10. Repeat 10
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Engineering economic decisions — Refers to all investment decisions relating to engineering
projects. The most interesting facet of an economic decision, from an engineer’s point of view, is
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1. Do exercises 8-1, 8-2, 8-5, 8-9, 8-10, 8-17, 8-18 and 8-19.
2. Liquid sample from a reservoir whose volume was 280 cc under reservoir conditions
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1. Suppose U.S. adult male shoulder width is ~NORM(x; 16.2, 3) inches.
Typical airline seat is now 17.5" between armrests.
Armrests are typically 2" wide, so for a center seat your "space" is 17.5 +
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IE3302 In-Class Assignment Mon 3/25/13
1. [10pts total] Service time for a car inspection at Benny's has a lognormal distribution. You
determine that the mean and standard deviation, in minutes, is 10 and 3 minutes respectively. Your
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IE3302 HW#8 DUE WED 4/17/13 BY START OF LECTURE
1. Using data for Book problem 8.13: Find sample mean, median, range, variance, and
standard deviation [refresher from ch. 1]
2. Book problem 8.17
3. Book problem 8.18
4. Book problem 8.21
5. Repeat Book pro
Chapter 2
Probability
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Chapter Outline
2.1 Sample Space
2.2 Events
2.3 Counting Sample Points
2.4 Probability of an Event
2.5 Additive Rules
2.6 Conditional Probability, Independence,
and the Product Rule
2.7 Bayes Rule
2-2
Sample Space
Consider the ex