The final exam for this class is open book/open note. You may use a calculator, ruler, pencil, pen and graph paper on the final. You may not use a cell phone calculator, computer, or any other device with the ability to communicate outside the classroom. Record all answers and the work needed to justify them in the space you're given (you may continue an answer on the back of the page if you indicate where to look for it.)
How is this sample final related to the actual final exam? Before the last week of class I created a list of final exam questions. Half of those questions are on the sample final and half are on the final exam. Some questions on the final exam will be related to questions on the sample final (e.g. the same question appears on the final with some numbers changed or some information appears on both exams). The average question on the final exam is likely to be easier than the average question on the sample final. Do not expect the questions on the final exam to be of the same type or to cover exactly the same topics as the questions on the sample final.
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a) Create a joint probability table for programmer bonuses.
b) If a programmer got bonus pay, what is the probability that that programmer was female?
c) Is your answer to part (a) evidence that Merry Melodies discriminates against its female programmers? Justify your answer.
a) What is the optimal decision strategy for Dante?
b) Develop a risk profile for this decision strategy.
c) If Dante wins the contract but does no market research, does the MiniMax Regret approach recommend building or selling?
Tasks B and C can both be started as soon as A completes, but task D cannot start until B and C are both completed.a) Develop a project network.