SEEM 5790 Project and Technology Management
Assignment 1
Name: DAI Zhijuan
Student No.: 1155020548
Answer for question 1
(a) According to the given description, the annual cost of each decade is as followed:
Annual
cost in
1st decade
2nd decade
3rd decade
SEEM5720 Manufacturing, Service and Operations Management
Fall 2012
Homework Assignment 3
(Due date: Nov. 15 2012)
Problem 1.
The local supermarket buys lettuce each day to ensure really fresh produce. Each
morning any lettuce that is left from the previo
Comparing the improved project with the original one,the improved project avoids a
project delay in the limited resource availability which could save the delay cost. As
stipulated, salary pay per week whether they have any work.So the advance of time
mea
Problem 1
Summary of schedule analysis
Activity
(i,j)
Lij
ESij=ti
A
(1,2)
1
0
B
(2,3)
4
1
C
(2,5)
3
1
D
(2,4)
7
1
E
(3,6)
6
5
F
(5,6)
2
4
G
(6,7)
7
11
H
(4,7)
9
8
I
(7,8)
4
18
D1
(4,5)
0
8
EFij
1
5
4
8
11
6
18
17
22
8
Possible paths for the AOA network
Se
SEEM 5790 Project and Technology Management
Assignment 2
Due date: 07/11, 2012
1. (10) Consider the precedence relationship given in Table 1.
(a) Draw an early start Gantt chart.
(b) Draw the AON network for the project.
(c) Draw the AOA network.
(d) Gene
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Academic Honesty Declaration Statement
Submission Details
Student Name
LOU, Lingxia (s1155018789)
Year and Term
2012-2013 Term 1
Course
SEEM-5790- Project and Technology Management
Assignment Marker
Professor CAI Xiaoqi
SEEM5870 Computational Finance
Name: Tan Shuangshuang
Student ID NO.: 1155023226
1.
From the given conditions, the young couple has two choices. Choice A is rent the first apartment
(whose monthly rent is $1,000). Choice B is rent the new apartment (whose
Chapter 5. Project Scheduling
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Introduction
Estimation of the duration of project activities
CPM analysis The activity-on-arrow network
CPM analysis The activity-on-node network
CPM analysis The linear programming approach
The PERT
Interest Factor Formulas
Compound Amount:
To find F, given P
(F/P, i, n)
F = P(1 + i ) n
(P/F, i, n)
P = F (1 + i ) n
(F/A, i, n)
(1 + i ) n 1
F = A
i
(A/F, i, n)
i
A = F
n
(1 + i ) 1
(A/P, i, n)
i (1 + i ) n
A = P
n
(1 + i ) 1
(P/A, i, n)
(1 + i )
Last Name _ First Name _ ID
_
Operations Management I 73-331 Winter 2005
Odette School of Business
University of Windsor
Midterm Exam II
Thursday, March 31
Last Name A-L: Room OB B04
Last Name M-Z: Room ED 1123
Instructor: Mohammed Fazle Baki
Aids Permitt
Assistance Required: I need to model and solve this problem using Excel spreadsheets.
I need to be able to understand how to derive the answer. So, I need to see the
formulas and the step by step approach so I can see how it was done and
learn/understand
Last Name _ First Name _ ID
_
Operations Management I 73-331 Fall 2004
Odette School of Business
University of Windsor
Final Exam
Wednesday, December 15, 12:00 noon 3:00 p.m.
Ambassador Auditorium: Areas C,D,E,F,G
Instructor: Mohammed Fazle Baki
Aids Perm
Last Name _ First Name _ ID _
Operations Management I 73-331 Fall 2004
Odette School of Business
University of Windsor
Final Exam Solution
Wednesday, December 15, 12:00 noon 3:00 p.m.
Ambassador Auditorium: Areas C,D,E,F,G
Instructor: Mohammed Fazle Baki
.
Solution 3 :
(a) For minimum standard deviation portfolio, let Wa be the proportion of asset A and Wb be the proportion
of asset B.
Therefore, Wa = [(Variance of B) (Covariance of A & B)]/[( Variance of A) +
(Variance of B) 2*( Covariance of A & B)]
= [
SEEM5720 Manufacturing, Service and Operations Management
Fall 2012
Homework Assignment 1
(Due date: Oct. 11, 2012)
Problem 1
a. Why does the proper operations strategy keep changing for companies that are
world-class competitors?
b. What is meant by the
13/9/2012
SEEM 5720-Manufacturing, Service
and Operations Management
Sean Zhou, SEEM, CUHK
Fall 2012
Manufacturing
Definition: the use of machines, tools and labor to
produce goods for use or sale
Manufacturing processes change materials in one
or more of
Name (print, please) _ ID _
Production Management 73-604 Fall 2000
Faculty of Business Administration
University of Windsor
Midterm Exam 2
Thursday, November 16
Instructor: Mohammed Fazle Baki
Aids Permitted: Calculator, straightedge, and a one-sided form
Table 1: Expectations for the Stock and Bond Funds
Scenarios
Severe Recession
Mild Recession
Normal Growth
Boom
Prob.
5%
25%
40%
30%
Stock Fund
-37%
-11%
14%
30%
Exp.
D* F
-1.8500%
-2.7500%
5.6000%
9.0000%
10.0000%
Bond Fund
-9%
15%
8%
-5%
D*I
-0.4500%
3.
Investment Analysis (FIN 670)
Fall 2009
Homework 5
Instructions: please read carefully
You should show your work how to get the answer for each calculation question to
get full credit
The due date is Tuesday, November 10, 2009. Late homework will not be g
SEEM5870 Computational Finance
HOMEWORK1
Name: LOU LINGXIA
Student No:1155018789
1From the given conditions, the young couple has two choices. Choice A is rent the
first apartment(whose monthly rent is $1,000). Choice B is rent the new apartment
(whose mo
SEEM5870 Computational Finance
HOMEWORK1
Name: LOU LINGXIA
Student No:1155018789
1From the given conditions, the young couple has two choices. Choice A is rent the
first apartment(whose monthly rent is $1,000). Choice B is rent the new apartment
(whose mo
SEEM 5870: Computational Financial, Autumn 2012
Midterm Examination, Nov 6, 2012
Total Marks: 100, Time: 12:00 pm(noon) Nov 9 12:00 pm(noon) Nov 12
IMPORTANT NOTICES
Along with your solution, a signed declaration should be included. For those who submit
Midterm5870-1155019566-Wang Xian
Midterm5870-1155019566-Wang Xian
1. (10 marks).
Consider a bond with a 10% coupon and with yield to maturity = 8%. If the bonds yield to maturity
remains constant, then in one year, will the bond price be higher, lower, or