A video rental store has two video cameras available for customers to rent. Historically, demand for cameras has followed this distribution. The revenue per rental is $40. If a customer wants a camera and none is available, the store gives a $15 coupon for tape rental. Demand Relative Frequency Revenue Cost 0 .35 0 0 1 .25 40
Please help so I can complete this assignment: The project consists of providing a summary of an article which used a statistics table or graph. Here is the article : http://pewresearch.org/pubs/813/gen-dems What type of variables are being measured? dependent or independent? Is the study a correlation type? Predictors o
Using the 4 weeks of data below, forecast sales for the fifth week using a 3 week moving average. Week Sales 1 20 2 40 3 15 4 38 a. 93 b. 75 c. 25 d. 31
THE NASDAQ stock market includes small-and medium-sized companies, many of which are in high-tech industries.
THE NASDAQ stock market includes small-and medium-sized companies, many of which are in high-tech industries. Because of the nature of these companies, the NASDAQ tends to be more volatile than the Dow Jones Industrial Average or the S&P 500. The weekly values for the NASDAQ during the first 20 weeks of 2006 are listed in the da
Tropical Sweets is considering a project that will cost $70 million and will generate expected cash flows of $30 million per year for three years.
Tropical Sweets is considering a project that will cost $70 million and will generate expected cash flows of $30 million per year for three years. The cost of capital for this type of project is 10 percent and the risk-free rate is 6 percent. After discussions with the marketing department, you learn that there is a 30 percent
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3.88 ===== Use your answer from 3.87 to show that E(Y) = aE(X) +b 3.87: [ If X is a random variable with moment-generating function M(t), and Y is a function of X given by Y=aX+b, show that the moment-generating function for Y is e^(tb) * M(at) ] My answer for exercise 3.87 is attached.
This posting provides solution to problems on production rate/production quantity/time to manufacture and another problem on assignment algorithm
Please see the attached file for full problem description. In 1992, George Brown started the Old Oregon Wood Store to manufacture Old Oregon tables. Each table is carefully constructed by hand using the highest quality oak. Old Oregon tables can support more than 500 pounds, and since the start of the Old Oregon Wood Store, n
Calculate the expected return and standard deviation of returns for asset A are (See below.) Possible Outcomes Probability Returns (%) Pessimistic 0.25 5 Most likely 0.55 10 Optimistic 0.20 13
Do the forecasters think that the March demand is more indicative of future demand that the January demand?
7. See attached spreadsheet...From this information presented, do the forecasters think that the March demand is more indicative of future demand that the January demand? A.yes B.no 8. See spreadsheet...Was the forecast for october larger than the actual demand? A.yes B.no 9. See spreadsheet...What is the MAD for t
A weighted moving average having the early periods more heavily weighted A. is more responsive to recent demand changes. B. is less responsive to recent demand. C. places emphasis on the past demand data. D. is always the most effective weighting scheme. E. is not a time-series model. 2. Which of the following i
A/Plot this data, examine the plot. Does this view of data suggest a particular smoothing model? Do the data appear to be seasonal? Explain. b/Use a smoothing method to forecast the four quarters of 2005. Plot the actual and forecast values. If you can use software ForcastX that will be good.
Develop an appropriate forecast model for the bookstore manager to use to forecast computer demand for tne next fall semester.
Please read the case study attached. I am not sure how to develop a model? I can put the info into an excel sheet, but need help getting started. 1. Develop an appropriate forecast model for the bookstore manager to use to forecast computer demand for tne next fall semester. Show work for the following forecast techniques:
Your role is to compute the expected value for the "Reject Christ" decision and pick the "best" choice to make.
The expected value concept is important and used in Decision Analysis. Decision Analysis can help make decisions based on the probability of different sates of nature from occurring, with different events from each decision being assigned a monetary value. The analysis computes the expected value of each decision, and identifi
The financial success of the Downhill Ski Resort in the Blue Ridge Mountains is dependent on the amount of snowfall during the winter months.
The financial success of the Downhill Ski Resort in the Blue Ridge Mountains is dependent on the amount of snowfall during the winter months. If the snowfall averages more than 40 inches, the resort will be successful; if the snowfall is between 20 and 40 inches, the resort will receive a moderate financial return; and if snowfa
Consider the experiment of observing a sequence of Bernoulli trials until exactly r successes occur. Let the r.v. X denote the number of trials needed to observe the rth success. The r.v. X is known as the negative binomial r.v. with parameter p, where p is the probability of a success at each trial. The pmf of the negative b
You have a new job-median salary 100,000--the standard deviation is $10,000 and salaries are normally distributed: a. What is the probability your salary will be between $85,000-100,000? b. Probability salary will be between 105,000-110,000? c. minimum salary you must earn to be in the top 5% of earners? Thanks
FINRA is considering three alternatives for providing food services (breakfast and lunch) to its employees: creating a company owned food service and hiring its own staff, hiring an outside vendor to provide food services (outsourcing), or a combination of hiring its own staff and outsourcing. The cost of providing food service
3. Exercise 3 used ISSP date on the number of hours worked per week for a sample of 75 Japanese adults a. Calculate the mean for worked hours worked per week. b.Compare the value of the mean with those you have already calculated for the median. Without constructing a histogram, describe whether and how the
Two different routes accommodate travel between two cities. Route A normally takes 60 minutes, and route B normally takes 45 minutes. If traffic problems are encountered on route A, the travel time in ...there is moreshow problemTwo different routes accommodate travel between two cities. Route A normally takes 60 minutes, and ro
A list of five integers has mean 12 and range 18. THe mode and median are both 8. Determine possible values for the second largest number.
What is the mean (expected value) of the following probability distribution? X 0 1 2 3 4 5 P(x) 0.17 0.15 0.25 0.08 0.15 0.2 Find the standard deviation for the probability distribution in #19.
The proprietor of the newly built White Mountain Ski and Swim Lodge has been considering purchasing or leasing several snowmobiles for the use of guests. The owner found that other financial obligations made it impossible to purchase the machines. Snowmobiles Incorporated (SI) will lease a machine for $20 a week, including any
2. The U.S. Census Bureau publishes data on factory orders for all manufacturing, durable goods, and nondurable goods industries. Shown here are factory orders in the United States from 1987 through 1999 ($ billion). a. Use these data to develop forecasts for the years 1992 through 1999 using a 5-year moving average. b. Us
The following data summarizes the historical demand for a product. Month Actual demand March 20 April 25 May 40 June 35 July 30 August 45 Use a four period moving average and determine the forecasted demand for August. Put your answer in the form xx.x with no additional numbers or symbols.
Which decision would you recommend to minimize costs? What is the expected value of perfect information?
A financial executive for A. G. Edwards & Sons lives in Boston but frequently must travel to New York. She can go to New York by car, train, or plane. The cost for a plane ticket from Boston to New York is $100, and it is estimated that the trip takes 30 minutes in good weather and 45 minutes in bad weather. The cost for a train
1. If we wich to select a location for a new manufacturing plant, the best approach would be to use A. Zero-one integer programming. B. Mixed-integer programming. C. A goal programming model. D. An assignment model. 2. The shortest-route technique might be used for
1) a. Suppose you are considering two possible investment opportunities, a 12-year Treasury bond and a 7-year, A-rated corporate bond. The current real risk-free rate is 4%. Inflation is expected to be 2% for the next two years, 3% for the following four years, and 4% thereafter. The maturity risk premium is estimated by this fo
The management of Kitchen Shop is thinking of buying a new drill press to aid in adapting parts for different machines. The press is expected to save Kitchen Shop $8,000 per year in costs. However, Kitchen Shop has an old punch machine that isn't worth anything on the market and that will probably last indefinitely. The new pres
Please assist our study group by correctly answering the following study questions: 1. Sensitivity analysis of EOQ refers to: a. the attitude of top management toward the use of the EOQ model b. an assessment of the impact of obsolescence upon the EOQ c. analysis of how much the EOQ will change when other variable c