Chapter 11


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11. 27. 29. 31. 33. 35. 37. 39. 41.
1.

(a) subjective, (b) subjective, (c) both, (d) subjective, (e) objective, (f) subjective , (g) objective (h) objective

3.

(a) 019, .066; 2029, .233; 3039, .266; 4049, .266; 50 +, .166; (b) yes, only one of the events can take place each winter

5.

P ( r 5) = .0433 rejected, P ( r < 5) = .9567 accepted

7.

P ( r = 4) = .0367

9.

P ( r 4) = .0024

(a and b) P (WA) = .28, P (LA) = .12, P (WO) = .36, P (LO) = .24; (c) P (OW) = .563

13.

(a and b) P (GA) = .198, P (DA) = .002, P (GB) = .392, P (DB) = .008, P (GC) = .368, P (DC) = .032; (c) P (BD) = .19

15.

P (AD) = .667

17.

E (bbl.) = 7.95

19.

E (lead time) = 2.2 days, s = 0.87

21.

E (building) = $38,000, s = 26,381, E (bonds) = 34,000, s = 4,899; probably bonds , less variation

23.

E (time between breakdowns) = 2.75 hr.

25.

P ( x 3.5) = .0668

P ( x 900) = .1587

P ( x 6,000) = .0475

P ( x 670) = .7422

P ( x 1,200) = .1056, 65.5

P ( x 200,000) = .9699

P ( x 27,000) = .1894

P ( x 75) = .4364

not normal




Introduction to Management Science
Introduction to Management Science (10th Edition)
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