# Finance homework help

## FAU QMB 3600 test 1 & 3

machines is available for 40 hours a week and there is no setup time required when shifting from the production of one product to any other. The processing requirements to make one unit of each product are shown in the table. Weekly product demand for the next planning period has been forecasted as follows: 80

E-1000s; 65 S-2000s; 35 P-2000s; and 20 N-1000s.

Processing Time (Minutes Per Printer)

Model Machine

1 Machine 2 Machine 3 Machine 4

E-1000 (E) 10 15 15 5

S-2000 (S) 10 10 10 10

P-2000 (P) 5 10 15 10

## FAU QMB 3600 exam 3 review

Questions 27 & 28 apply to this information: Quill Manufacturing Business makes two models of marking pens. An unlabeled graph for this problem and the requirements for each lot of pens in the three manufacturing departments are given below. All three departments are necessary in the production of both types of pens. The profit for either kind of pen is $1000 per lot. An unlabeled graph for this problem is given below. The dotted line represents the objective function line.

## FAU QMB 3600 test 1

machines is available for 40 hours a week and there is no setup time required when shifting from the production of one product to any other. The processing requirements to make one unit of each product are shown in the table. Weekly product demand for the next planning period has been forecasted as follows: 80

E-1000s; 65 S-2000s; 35 P-2000s; and 20 N-1000s.

## < FAU QBM 360 - Quiz 1,2,3,4 >

• Question 1

On a Minnesota December day, the probability of snow is 0.30. The probability of a cold day is 0.50. The probability of snow and cold weather is 0.15. Are snow and cold weather independent events?

• Question 2

## BA-3400, Quantitative Methods -2, Spring-Summer 2015

BA-3400, Quantitative Methods -2, Spring-Summer 2015

## FAU QBM 360 - Quiz 4

Review Test Submission: Quiz4

Course QMBLC Summer14

Test Quiz4

• Question 1

## FAU QBM 360 - Quiz 3

Review Test Submission: Quiz3

Content

Course QMBLC Summer14

Test Quiz3

• Question 1

A payoff table is given below and the probabilities of s1, s2, and s3 are .2, .5, and .3, respectively, then what is the most you pay for a highly reliable forecast?

s1 s2 s3

d1 250 750 500

d2 300 -250 1200

d3 500 500 600

## FAU QBM 360 - Quiz 2

Course QMBLC Summer14

Test Quiz2

• Question 1

Assuming a Poisson distribution, on the average, 6.7 cars arrive at the drive-up window of a bank every hour. Compute the probability that exactly 5 cars will arrive in the next hour.

• Question 2