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    The primary purpose of quantitative analysis should be to gain a greater understanding of the problem, not to automate decision making.
    True
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    Managers do not need to be familiar with the limitations, assumptions, and/ or specific applicability of the quantitative analysis technique to use it for accurate decision making.
    True
    False

    The quantitative analysis approach always results in a single solution.
    True
    False

    The expected value of a probability distribution is
    a the measure of the spread of the distribution.
    b the variance of the distribution.
    c the average value of the distribution.
    d the probability density function.
    e the range of continuous values from point A to point B, inclusive.

    The expected value of a binomial distribution is expressed as np where n equals the number of trials and p equals the probability of success of any individual trial.
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    False

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