A. CoffeeTime is considering selling juices along with its other products. Prob *val=
States of Nature
High Sales Med. Sales Low Sales
A(0.2) B(0.5) C(0.3)
A1 (sell juices) 3000 2000 -6000
A2 (don't sell juices) 0 0 0
The probabilities shown above represent the states of nature and the decision maker's (e.g., manager) degree of uncertainties and personal judgment on the occurrence of each state. What is the expected payoff for actions A1 and A2 above? What would be your recommendation? Interpret the results based on practical considerations.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 3, 2020, 6:42 pm ad1c9bdddf
See the attached file. The expected value of CoffeeTime is wrong in attachment as -400. It is actually -200. See below:
For weak sales the value is -2000 and not -5999.7
a. Calculated Benefit: Systematic development
Strong Sales= ...
A simple and systematic way to show how decision-making can be done when choices are made under uncertainty. The concepts of probability and expected payoff are used to select the best alternative for the CoffeeTime. The post also discusses the practical considerations along with financial considerations while taking a decision.