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Exp 1

Singer
A
sl no

Description
Refrigerator
TV
Iron
Water filter
Elesteic fan
Electric bulb

Quality

1
2
3
4
5
6

Description
Refrigerator
TV
Iron
Water filter
Elesteic fan
Electric bulb

Quality

1
2
3
4
5
6

Description
Refrigerator
TV
Iron
Water filter
Elesteic fan
Electric bulb

Quality

1
2
3
4
5
6

Description
Refrigerator
TV
Iron
Water filter
Elesteic fan
Electric bulb

Quality

1
2
3
4
5
6

pay

H rent

Rate
2
2
3
5
6
25

24200
26700
1600
2600
1400
22

Amount
Discount
Total
48400
200
48200
53400
200
53200
4800
200
4600
13000
200
12800
8400
200
8200
550
200
350
127350

24200
26700
1600
2600
1400
22

Amount
Discount
Total
48400
2420
45980
53400
2670
50730
4800
240
4560
13000
650
12350
8400
420
7980
550
27.5
522.5
122122.5

24200
26700
1600
2600
1400
22

Amount
Discount
Total
48400
2420
45980
53400
2670
50730
4800
0
4800
13000
650
12350
8400
0
8400
550
0
550
122810

24200
26700
1600
2600
1400
22

Amount
DISCOUNT Total
48400
2420
45980
53400
5340
48060
4800
48
4752
13000
650
12350
8400
84
8316
550
0
550
120008

B
sl no

Rate
2
2
3
5
6
25

C
Rate
2
2
3
5
6
25

Exp 2
name
Sarif
salam
hamid
karim
nasir
sadia
kanti

4000
6400
4500
7200
5500
6600
7500

Rate
2
2
3
5
6
25

2200
2880
2475
2880
2750
2970
3000

M allowance Conveyance
400
400
400
400
400
400
400

500
500
800
500
800
500
500

Total

GPI
7100
10180
8175
10980
9450
11700
11400

G insurance
80
128
90
144
110
132
150

100
150
100
150
150
150
150

kamal
Maximum
minimum
average

5200
2600
7500
3000
4000
2200
5862.5 2719.375

400
400
400
400

800
800
500
612.5

9000
11700
7100
9748.125

104
150
80
117.25

150
150
100
137.5

w fund

total
50
50
50
50
50
50
50

net pay
230
328
240
344
310
332
350

6870
9852
7935
10636
9140
11368
150

50
50
50
50

304
8696
350
11350
230
6870
304.75 8080.875

Example 1

A
B
C

Example 2
X
15
40
25

Matrix A
Y
25
30
45

Matrix B
Z
30
25
30

4150
5200
5950

Matrix A
A
B
C
Inverse A

Labour
40
80
100

Inverse A
-0.01636 0.043636
-0.04182 -0.02182
0.076364 -0.00364

-0.1
0
0.1

-0.02
0.06
-0.04

Answer

Answer
X
Y
Z

40
70
60

Labour
Materials
Subcontract

Example 3

A
B
C

Example 4
X
3
5
1

Matrix A
Y
-5
2
4

Matrix B
Z
4
-7
3

11
-12
42

Inverse A

A
B
C
Inverse A

0.119718 0.109155
-0.07746 0.017606
0.06338 -0.05986

0.09507
0.144366
0.109155

2
2
-5

Answer

Answer
X
Y
Z

4
5
6

X
2
4
1

Matrix A
Y
5
3
4

P
Q
R

Example 5

A
B
C

Matrix A
P
1
2
3

Example 6
Matrix B
Z
3
6
10

480
750
710

Inverse A

Matrix A
A
B
C

X
1
1
1

Inverse A
-0.05042 0.319328 -0.176471
0.285714 -0.14286
0
-0.10924 0.02521 0.117647

-1
-1
1

Answer

Answer
X
Y
Z

90
30
50

X
1

Matrix A
Y
10

X
Y
Z

Example 7

Example 8
Matrix B
Z
50

7000

Matrix A
A

X
5

B
C

1
1

10
15

40
50

6500
7500

Inverse A
5
0
-0.1

-2
0.2
0

0.095745
0.090426
-0.04255

Answer

Answer
X
Y
Z

3500
100
50

X
5
8
4

Matrix A
Y
8
3
7

X
Y
Z

Example 9

Example 10
Matrix B
Z
3
6
6

4900
8000
3600

Inverse A

Matrix A
A
B
C

-0.04628
0.130707
-0.05816

Answer

Answer
X
Y
Z

1073.333
-26.6667
-84.4444

Mangoes
8
7
6

Matrix A
Apples
10
2
9

X
Y
Z

Example 11

Example 12
Matrix B
Bananas
4
5
3

1630
980
1335

Inverse A

Matrix A
A
B
C

0.25
0.25
-0.25

Answer

Answer
Mangoes
Apples
Bananas

90
75
40

Men
Woman
Child

Example 13

Inverse A

Men
2
1
1

Inverse A
2.166667 -0.33333 -2.333333
-0.5
0 0.666667
-2.83333 0.666667
3

Method 1
Method 2
Method 3

X
6
5
16

Inverse A
0.133333
0.15 -0.216667
0.133333
-0.1 0.033333
-0.24444 0.016667 0.272222

A
B
C

7
-2

Inverse A
-2
-0.2
0.1

A
B
C

B
C

Example 14
A
4
5
5

Matrix A
B
8
7
3

Matrix B
C
2
1
9

84
84
116

Matrix A
Dhaka
Chittagong
Rajshahi
Inverse A

Engineer
2
1
1

-0.5
0.333333
0.166667

0.55
-0.21667
-0.23333

Answer

0.05
-0.05
0.1

-2
2
-0.16667
Answer

A
B
C

10
4
6

Engineer
Foreman
Worker

Matrix A
Materials Subcontract
100
50
150
80
250
100
0.05
-0.02
0

Matrix B
18000
28000
42000

0.01
0.016
-0.04

20
112
120

Matrix A
Q
2
3
2

Matrix B
R
1
2
2

-2
-1
4

8
14
13

1
0
-1

1
2
3

Matrix A
Y
-1
2
3

Matrix B
Z
1
3
4

7
3
-4

7
16
22

-5
-2
3

-5
-3
9

Matrix A
Y
2

Matrix B
Z
-8

-28

-6
4

3
4

48
32

0.106383 0.111702
-0.01064 0.18883
0.06383 0.117021
6
3
8

Matrix A
Y
12
8
7

-0.00063
-0.03877
0.093809

Matrix B
Z
5
14
3

1680
1850
2110

0.08005
-0.0369
-0.0075

90
70
60

Matrix A
Woman
3
1
2

1.75
-1.25
0.25

Matrix B
Child
1
2
3

12300
7900
11600

-1.25
0.75
0.25

2400
1900
1800

Matrix A
Foreman
6
4
3

Matrix B
Worker
42
36
24

492000
356000
264000

-3
8
1
-5
0 0.333333
60000
20000
6000

EXP 1
X
DEP 1
DEP 2
DEP 3

To be produce
Per unit profit
Total

USED

2
5
3

6
3
3

6
3
58

8
5

60
54
42

AVAILABLE
60
60
42

Exp 2

Exp 3
cutting

swing
1
2
2

Tobe produce
per unit profit
total

EXP 5
Dep 1
Dep 2

To be produce
per unit profit
Total

Exp 6

To be produce

1
1.5
2

0
5
400

detalling used
available
0.5 16.6666667
1 33.3333333
1.5
50

0 33.33333
8
12

USED

60
3

50
2

40
1

29.33333
2100
134400

3.55E-15
1600

56
1300

80
60
50

USED

6
4
5

3
6
5

54
44
50

4000
144

AVAILABLE
54
48
50

AVAILABLE
4000
144

per unit profit


Total

30
280

20

Example 1
Acquisition cost
Residual or Salvage Value
Estimated Life Year
Year
Straight Line Method (SLN)
Fixed Declining Balanc Method (DB)
Duble Declining Balance Method (DDB)
Sum-of-the Years digits Method (SYD)
Example 2
Acquisition Cost
Residual or Salvage Value
Estimated Life Year
Year
Straight Line Method (SLN)
Fixed Declining Balanc Method (DB)
Duble Declining Balance Method (DDB)
Sum-of-the Years digits Method (SYD)
Example 3
Acquisition Cost
Residual or Salvage Value
Estimated Life Year
Year
Straight Line Method (SLN)
Fixed Declining Balanc Method (DB)
Duble Declining Balance Method (DDB)
Sum-of-the Years digits Method (SYD)
Example 4
Acquisition Cost
Residual or Salvage Value
Estimated Life Year
Year
Straight Line Method (SLN)
Fixed Declining Balanc Method (DB)
Duble Declining Balance Method (DDB)
Sum-of-the Years digits Method (SYD)
Example 5
Acquisition Cost
Residual or Salvage Value
Estimated Life Year
Year
Straight Line Method (SLN)

12500
500
5
1
2400.00
5937.50
5000.00
4000.00

2
2400.00
3117.19
3000.00
3200.00

3
2400.00
1636.52
1800.00
2400.00

4
2400.00
859.17
1080.00
1600.00

5
2400.00
451.07
648.00
800.00

63000
6000
5
1
11400.00
23625.00
25200.00
19000.00

2
3
4
5
11400.00 11400.00 11400.00 11400.00
14765.63
9228.52
5767.82
3604.89
15120.00
9072.00
5443.20
2164.80
15200.00 11400.00
7600.00
3800.00

430000
10000
5
1
2
3
4
84000.00 84000.00 84000.00 84000.00
227470.00 107138.37 50462.17 23767.68
172000.00 103200.00 61920.00 37152.00
140000.00 112000.00 84000.00 56000.00

5
84000.00
11194.58
22291.20
28000.00

530000
15000
6
1

147142.86 122619.05 98095.24 73571.43 49047.62 24523.81

325000
25000
5
1

Fixed Declining Balanc Method (DB)


Duble Declining Balance Method (DDB)
Sum-of-the Years digits Method (SYD)
Example 6
Acquisition Cost
Residual or Salvage Value
Estimated Life Year
Year
Straight Line Method (SLN)
Fixed Declining Balanc Method (DB)
Duble Declining Balance Method (DDB)
Sum-of-the Years digits Method (SYD)

130000.00

78000.00 46800.00 28080.00 16848.00

89000
5000
8

1
22250.00

16687.50 12515.63

9386.72

7040.04

5280.03

3960.02

2970.02

Exp 1
Initial investment
year 1
year 2
year 3
year 4
year 5
Rate
Net present valu
Interest rate of r
Probabiliy index

Exp 2
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Rate
Present value

Ex. 1
-10000
2000
2000
4000
4000
5000
10%
$12,312.99
17%

Present Value

Example 4
Future Value
Time Period
Rate

$3,348.88

8%
6
-700
3236.02

6000
5
5%

Present Value

-4701.16

Example 5
Period
Instalment
Rate
Future Value

4
-5000
6%
21873.08

Example 6
Present Value
Rate

NPV
IRR
PI

Ex. 7
1100
900
1500
700
10%

Exp 3
Example 3
Rate
Period
Instalment

Initial investment
year 1
year 2
year 3
year 4
year 5
Rate

-10000
6%

Time Period
Future Value

Example 7
Year
Present Value
Investment Period
Rate
Future Value
Total Future Value

Example 8
Loan Amount
Time Period
Interest Rate
Instalment Amount

Example 9
Future Value
Time
Rate
Instalment Amount

5
13382.26

1
-100000
4
12%

2
-160000
3
12%

3
-200000
2
12%

4
-240000
1
12%

157351.936 224788.5
901820.42

250880

268800

50000
25
4.00%
-3200.60

300000
10
8%
-20708.85

Example 10
Present Value
Instalment
Time Period

-12000
1800
10

Interest Rate

8.14%

Example 11
Future Value
Time Period
Instalment Amount

40000
20
-213

Interest Rate

20.05%

Example 12
Present Value
Future Value
Time

-10000
1000000
50

Rate

Example 13
Present Value
Instalment Amount
Interest Rate
Time Period

Example 14
Instalment Amount
Future Value
Interest Rate
Time Period

Example 15
Rate
Present Value
Future Value

9.65%

200000
-23000
10%
21.37

10.91896891

9%
-50000
150000
12.75

Example 16
Present Value
Interest Rate
Time Period

-1000
12%
5

Ex. 17
Project Cost
Life
SV
year
EBDIT
Deprecition
EBIT
Interest
EBT
Tax
Net Income

Time Period

-7500
180000
15%

Time Period

Future Value
Annual Interest Rate
Semi-annual Interest Rate
Quarterly Interest Rate
Monthly Interest Rate

Present Value
Instalment Amount
Interest Rate

1762.34
1790.85
1806.11
1816.70

600000
6
0
1
240000

2
210000

3
166000

4
145000

5
110000

Average net Income

-10000
2000
2000
4000
4000
5000
0.1
$12,312.99
17%
$1.23

Year
Present Value
Investment Period
Rate
FV
Total FV

1
2
-100000 -160000
4
3
12%
12%
157351.936 224788.5
901820.416

3
-200000
2
12%
250880

4
-240000
1
12%
268800

200000
-23000
0.1
21.37108472

Present Value
Interest Rate
Time Period
Future Value:
Annually
Semi-annually
Quarterlly
Monthlly

6
85000

-1000
0.12
5

$1,762.34
$1,790.85
$1,806.11
$1,816.70

Exp 1
income
total
Maximum
Minimum
Average
Count
Median
Mode
Geometricmean
Hormonic mean
Sample standard deviation
Population standard deviation
Variance
Kurtosis
Skewness
frequency distribution

1487
36456
1572
1322
1458.24
25
1470
1446
1456.865
1455.477

1493

1360

1502

1446

1998
14310

1999
15741

2000
17630

64.31711
63.01764
4136.69
-0.24329
-0.28145
0

Step 2
Row1
Mean
Standard Error
Median
Mode
Standard Deviation
Sample Variance
Kurtosis
Skewness
Range
Minimum
Maximum
Sum
Count

1458.24
12.86342
1470
1446
64.31711
4136.69
-0.24329
-0.28145
250
1322
1572
36456
25

Exp 2
year
quality
A..M
G.M
H.M
2nd step

1996
12500
14575.05
14467.48
Row1

Mean
Standard Error
Median
Mode

14686.2
915.4843
14310
#N/A

1997
13250

1475

Standard Deviation
Sample Variance
Kurtosis
Skewness
Range
Minimum
Maximum
Sum
Count

2047.085
4190557
-0.63595
0.642109
5130
12500
17630
73431
5
41
17

exp 3
maximum
minimum
median
mode
varience
sample standard deviation

83

63

55

92

60

45

52

47

46

42

1650

1680

1690

1660

1606

24

27

24

24

20

93
3
54.5
60
555.9353
23.57828

step 2
Row1
Mean
Standard Error
Median
Mode
Standard Deviation
Sample Variance
Kurtosis
Skewness
Range
Minimum
Maximum
Sum
Count

50.38333
3.043943
54.5
60
23.57828
555.9353
-0.67455
-0.14551
90
3
93
3023
60

Exp 4
49

41

step 1
A.M
Variance

42.92244

Exp 5
wages

1600

median

1645

Exp 8
12

20

Average
Median
Mode
Variance
Geometric mean

21.33333
24
24
23.12644
20.68926

Exp 9
96

93
439
88
117.0952
32.73604
5.360724

88

117

127

95

113

1.25

1.22
1.242667
1.29
1.29
0.001807
0.042505

1.15

1.19

1.29

1.29

1.27

116

121
253.3571
234.9102
244.9563
0.125212
209

157

192

207

209

209

Maximum
Minimum
Harmonic mean
Kurtosis
Skewness
Exp 10
Average
Maximum
Mode
Variance
Standard deviation
Exp 13
Average
Harmonic maen
Geometric mean
Kurtosis
Mode

1359

1492

1572

1516

1468

1489

1322

1446

1537

58

70

67

82

33

44

57

49

43

46

48

45

36

56

44

61

68

1640

1625

12

20

24

20

20

12

20

12

24

96

108

94

148

156

139

142

94

1.26

1.25

1.28

1.19

1.26

1.24

1.21

1.29

260

264

276

281

283

289

296

229

107

232

1428

1377

1439

1470

1572

1471

1395

1446

1504

34

73

54

63

36

52

32

75

60

54

58

51

47

47

49

42

48

53

24

27

24

27

20

20

24

24

27

125

155

155

103

112

127

117

120

112

236

236

239

243

246

307

309

312

317

1390

33

79

28

30

42

93

43

80

48

41

65

45

52

42

47

43

49

24

24

24

12

24

135

132

111

324

341

363

125

104

106

439

134

119

32

57

67

84

64

46

57

49

44

47

48

63

11

35

97

89

118

136

125

143

120

103

113

28

10

23

41

60

32

72

53

124

92

88

62

55

60

33

40

57

Exp 1
Drug
Cured
not Cured
total
Expected frequency table

Calculate table
Chi square
Comment

Exp 2
Economic conditiion
Rich
Poor
total

notDRUG

total

65
35
100
60
40

55
45
100
60
40

0.416666667
0.625
2.083333333

0.416666667
0.625

120
80
200

:there is no relatiion between 3.84 and2.08 (ans)

High

Medium
160
140
300

Low
300
100
400

Total
140
300
440

Expected Frequency table157.8947368


142.1052632

210.5263158 231.5789
189.4736842 208.4211

Calculate table

38.02631579 36.21531
42.25146199 40.23923

Chi square
Exp 3
Smokers
no smokers
Total

0.028070175
0.031189084
156.7915825
Lung

no lung
105
166
271

Expected frequency

69.13636364
99.86363636

110.8636364
160.1363636

Claculate table

0.497310382
0.344291803

0.310130829
0.214705958

Chi Square

1.366438972

Calculate table

Reaction
F

6.666666667
0.333333333

180
260
440

There is no relation between 1.366 and

A
80
70
50
200
60
75

There is a relation berween 156.79 and 5.

Total

75
94
169

Exp 4
Occuption
Doctors
Advocates
Univresity teacher
Total
Expected frequency

600
540
1140

I
30
40
50
120
36
45

Total
10
40
30
80
24
30

1 8.166667
0.555555556 3.333333

120
150
130
400

Chi square

Exp 5
Father
Skilled father
Unskilled father
Total
Expected frequency

20.05555556

Intelligentboy Unintilligent boy


Total
24
12
36
32
32
64
56
44
100
20.16
15.84
35.84
28.16

Calculate table

0.731428571
0.411428571

Chi square

2.597402597

Exp 6
condition of child
clean
fairly clean
dirty
tatal
Expected frequendy

calculate

chi square

There is relation between 20.055 and

condition of house
clean
dirty
69
81
35
185
74
62.28333333
0.337837838
5.6245161

0.930909091
0.523636364

tatal
51
20
44
115
46
38.71666667

120
101
79
300

0.543478261
9.048134596

15.5539668

Exp 7

Exp 8
credit squeeze
inoperation
out in operation
total
expected frequency

calculated

price decreaseprice increase


total
862
10
872
582
18
600
1444
28
1472
855.4130435
16.58695652
588.5869565
11.41304348
0.050721691

2.615790074

0.073715525
6.541842196

chi squqre

6.541842196

3.801614907

relation berween 156.79 and 5.99

etween 1.366 and

3.841

elation between 20.055 and

9.49

Exp 1
Brand

20
19
21
Anova: Single Factor
SUMMARY
Groups
Count
Column 1
3
Column 2
3
Column 3
3
Column 4
3

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Between Groups 15
Within Groups
24
Total

EXP 2
Worker

25
23
21

Sum
60
69
66
63

df

24
20
22

Average Variance
20
1
23
4
22
4
21
3

MS
3
8

39

A
B
C
D

F
P-value
F crit
5 1.666667 0.250324 4.066181
3

11

Machine type
B
C
1
44
36
2
48
40
3
37
38
4
45
34
5
40
44
Anova: Two-Factor Without Replication
SUMMARY
1
2
3
4
5

Count
4
4
4
4
4

D
48
50
40
45
50

38
44
36
32
40

Sum
Average
166
41.5
182
45.5
151
37.75
156
39
174
43.5

Variance
30.33333
19.66667
2.916667
48.66667
22.33333

5
5
5
5

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Rows
161.2
Columns
247.75

Brand
23
20
20

214
192
233
190

df

42.8
38.4
46.6
38

18.7
14.8
17.8
20

MS
F
P-value
F crit
4
40.3
3.9 0.029664 3.259167
3 82.58333 7.991935 0.003412 3.490295

Error

124

Total

532.95

12 10.33333
19

EXP 3
Trial1

Trial 2

Group A Group B
75
58
68
58
71
61
75
60
66
62
70
60
68
59
68
68

Anova: Two-Factor With Replication


SUMMARYGroup A

Group B

Total

Trial1

Count
Sum
Average
Variance

4
289
72.25
11.58333

4
8
237
526
59.25
65.75
2.25 54.21429

4
272
68
2.666667

4
8
249
521
62.25
65.125
16.25 17.55357

8
561
70.125
11.26786

8
486
60.75
10.5

Trial 2

Count
Sum
Average
Variance
Total

Count
Sum
Average
Variance

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Sample
1.5625
Columns
351.5625
Interaction 52.5625
Within
98.25
Total

df

MS
F
P-value
F crit
1
1.5625 0.19084 0.669976 4.747225
1 351.5625 42.93893 2.72E-05 4.747225
1 52.5625 6.419847 0.026238 4.747225
12
8.1875

503.9375

Exp 4
A
B
TIRES

33
32

38
40

36
47

40
38

31
30

35
34

TIRES

C
D

31
29

37
34

35
32

Sum
Average
125
31.25
149
37.25
150
37.5
141
35.25
128
32
130
32.5

Variance
2.916667
6.25
43
20.91667
3.333333
5.666667

33
30

34
33

Anova: Single Factor


SUMMARY
Groups
Count
Column 1
4
Column 2
4
Column 3
4
Column 4
4
Column 5
4
Column 6
4

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Between Groups
150.7083
Within Groups 246.25
Total

df

396.9583

MS
F
P-value
F crit
5 30.14167 2.203249 0.099092 2.772853
18 13.68056
23

EXP 5
Day

A
B
C
1
75
84
90
2
78
94
118
3
65
90
125
4
76
68
70
5
88
74
81
6
98
87
80
Anova: Two-Factor Without Replication
SUMMARY
1
2
3
4
5
6
A
B
C

Count
3
3
3
3
3
3

Sum
249
290
280
214
243
265

6
6
6

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Rows
1263.611
Columns
657.4444
Error
2381.222

Average
83
96.66667
93.33333
71.33333
81
88.33333

Variance
57
405.3333
908.3333
17.33333
49
82.33333

480
80
131.6
497 82.83333 98.56667
564
94
498.8

df

MS
F
P-value
F crit
5 252.7222 1.061313 0.435664 3.325835
2 328.7222 1.380477 0.295518 4.102821
10 238.1222

30
31

Total
EXP 6
Shift
First

Second

4302.278

Day
A
Monday
Tuesday
weddesday
Thursday
Friday
Monday
Tuesday
weddesday
Thursday
Friday

17
Machine
B
6
4
5
5
4
5
7
4
6
8

C
10
8
7
7
9
7
9
12
8
8

D
7
5
6
5
9
9
7
5
4
6

8
4
6
5
5
5
7
9
7
10

Exp 7
Tall
medium
short

redhead blonde
drunette
75
78
80
81
76
79
73
75
77
Anova: Two-Factor Without Replication
SUMMARY
Row 1
Row 2
Row 3

Count

Column 1
Column 2
Column 3

3
3
3

Sum
Average Variance
233 77.66667 6.333333
236 78.66667 6.333333
225
75
4

3
3
3

229 76.33333 17.33333


229 76.33333 2.333333
236 78.66667 2.333333

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Rows
21.55556
Columns
10.88889
Error
22.44444
Total

Exp 8
Variety

df

54.88889

B
20
12
15
19

MS
F
P-value
F crit
2 10.77778 1.920792 0.260203 6.944272
2 5.444444 0.970297 0.453378 6.944272
4 5.611111
8

17
14
12
13

23
16
18
14

15
17
20
12

21
14
17
18

66
56
71
64

Average
16.5
14
17.75
16

Variance
13.66667
4.666667
14.91667
11.33333

Anova: Single Factor


SUMMARY
Groups
Count
A
4
B
4
C
4
D
4

Sum

70

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Between Groups 35.8
Within Groups 158.75
Total
Exp 9
Monht
May
June
July

df

MS
F
P-value
F crit
4
8.95 0.845669 0.517864 3.055568
15 10.58333

194.55

Salesman
A
B
50
46
39

17.5 8.333333

19

40
48
44

48
50
40

39
45
39

Anova: Two-Factor Without Replication


SUMMARY
May
June
July

Count
4
4
4

A
B
C
D

Sum
Average
177
44.25
189
47.25
162
40.5

3
3
3
3

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Rows
91.5
Columns
42
Error
82.5
Total

135
132
138
123

df
2
3
6

216

45
44
46
41

Variance
30.91667
4.916667
5.666667
31
16
28
12

MS
F
P-value
F crit
45.75 3.327273 0.106589 5.143253
14 1.018182 0.447982 4.757063
13.75

11

Exp 10
North

South
10
11
12
10
12

West
8
9
10
8

7
8
6
7
6

Anova: Single Factor


SUMMARY
Groups
Count
North
5

Sum
55

Average Variance
11
1

South
West

4
5

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Between Groups
44.16429
Within Groups 9.55
Total
Exp 11
Hime
A
B
C
D
E

35
34

df

8.75 0.916667
6.8
0.7

MS
F
P-value
F crit
2 22.08214 25.43493 7.49E-05 3.982298
11 0.868182

53.71429

13

Assessors
Zawodny Norman Cingie
Holiday
53
55
49
45
50
51
52
53
48
52
47
53
70
68
65
54
84
89
92
86
Anova: Two-Factor Without Replication
SUMMARY
A
B
C
D
E

Count
4
4
4
4
4

Zawodny
Norman
Cingie
Holiday

5
5
5
5

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Rows
4189.7
Columns
58.4
Error
221.1
Total

Sum
Average
202
50.5
206
51.5
200
50
257
64.25
351
87.75
305
315
305
291

df

4469.2

Variance
19.66667
1.666667
8.666667
50.91667
12.25

61
63
61
58.2

241
257.5
349.5
254.7

MS
F
P-value
F crit
4 1047.425 56.84803 1.06E-07 3.259167
3 19.46667 1.056536 0.403546 3.490295
12
18.425
19

EXP12
Yield by fertilizer type
Soil
A
B
C
DRY
15
13
moderate
10
17
moist
18
14

D
7
8
6

E
16
15
19

9
10
12

Anova: Two-Factor Without Replication


SUMMARY

Count

Sum

Average

Variance

DRY
moderate
moist

5
5
5

60
60
69

12
12
13.8

15
14.5
27.2

A
B
C
D
E

3
3
3
3
3

43
44
21
50
31

14.33333
14.66667
7
16.66667
10.33333

16.33333
4.333333
1
4.333333
2.333333

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Rows
10.8
Columns
180.9333
Error
45.86667
Total

df

237.6

MS

F
P-value
F crit
2
5.4 0.94186 0.429218 4.45897
4 45.23333 7.889535 0.00701 3.837853
8 5.733333
14

Exp 13
Sample1 Sample 2 Sample3
407
404
410
411
406
408
409
408
406
405
408
402
Anova: Single Factor
SUMMARY
Groups
Count
Sample1
3
Sample 2
5
Sample3
4

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Between Groups 36
Within Groups
36
Total
EXP14
Discount toyvariety
12
13
14
12
15

72

15
17
14
18
17

department
19
17
16
20
19

Sum
Average Variance
1227
409
4
2025
405
5
1632
408 2.666667

df

MS
2
9
11

F
18
4

P-value
F crit
4.5 0.044194 4.256495

Anova: Single Factor


SUMMARY
Groups
Count
Discount toy
5
variety
5
department
5

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Between Groups
63.33333
Within Groups 28.4
Total

91.73333

Sum

df

Average Variance
66
13.2
1.7
81
16.2
2.7
91
18.2
2.7

MS
F
P-value
F crit
2 31.66667 13.38028 0.000881 3.885294
12 2.366667
14

Exp 16
0perateA Operate B OperateC OperateD
15
12
14
19
18
16
17
16
17
14
18
21
20
18
16
23
12
11
13
18
14
11
12
17
16
15
14
15
18
12
16
18
17
16
14
20
15
12
14
17

Machine1 Mon
Tues
Wed
Thur
Fri
Machine2 Mon
Tues
Wed
Thur
Fri

Anova: Two-Factor With Replication


SUMMARY0perateA

Operate B OperateC OperateD Total

Mon

Count
Sum
Average
Variance

5
82
16.4
9.3

5
71
14.2
8.2

5
78
15.6
4.3

5
20
97
328
19.4
16.4
7.3 9.936842

5
80
16
2.5

5
66
13.2
4.7

5
70
14
2

5
20
87
303
17.4
15.15
3.3 5.502632

Mon

Count
Sum
Average
Variance
Total

Count
Sum
Average
Variance

10
10
10
10
162
137
148
184
16.2
13.7
14.8
18.4
5.288889 6.011111 3.511111 5.822222

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Sample
15.625
Columns
123.275
Interaction
3.675
Within
166.4
Total

308.975

df

MS
F
P-value
F crit
1
15.625 3.004808 0.092645 4.149097
3 41.09167 7.902244 0.00044 2.90112
3
1.225 0.235577 0.870896 2.90112
32
5.2
39

A
20
19
21

Anova: Single Factor


SUMMARY
Groups
A
B
C
D

ANOVA
Source of Variation
Between Groups
Within Groups
Total
comment: here F valu is 1.666 and F- Crit is 4.066 it grater then F value so there is no significant differnce.

Worker
1
2
3
4
5
Anova: Two-Factor Without Replication
SUMMARY
1
2
3
4
5
A
B
C
D

ANOVA
Source of Variation
Rows
Columns
Error
Total
the
Comments Calculated f value is 3.9 and F crit value is 3.259167 so there is significant difference
EXP 3
Trial1

Trial 2

Anova: Two-Factor With Replication


SUMMARY
Trial1

Count
Sum
Average
Variance
Trial 2

Count
Sum
Average
Variance
Total

Count
Sum
Average
Variance

ANOVA
Source of Variation
Sample
Columns
Interaction
Within
Total

25
23
21

Count

24
20
22

Sum
3
3
3
3

SS

60
69
66
63

df

23
20
20

Average Variance
20
1
23
4
22
4
21
3

MS

15
24

3
8

39

11

F
P-value
F crit
5 1.666667 0.250324 4.066181
3

t: here F valu is 1.666 and F- Crit is 4.066 it grater then F value so there is no significant differnce.

B
44
48
37
45
40

C
36
40
38
34
44

D
48
50
40
45
50

38
44
36
32
40

Sum
Average
166
41.5
182
45.5
151
37.75
156
39
174
43.5

Variance
30.33333
19.66667
2.916667
48.66667
22.33333

Two-Factor Without Replication


Count
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5

214
192
233
190

42.8
38.4
46.6
38

18.7
14.8
17.8
20

SS
161.2
247.75
124

df

532.95

MS
F
P-value
F crit
4
40.3
3.9 0.029664 3.259167
3 82.58333 7.991935 0.003412 3.490295
12 10.33333
19

nts Calculated f value is 3.9 and F crit value is 3.259167 so there is significant difference

Group A Group B
75
58
68
58
71
61
75
60
66
62
70
60
68
59
68
68
Two-Factor With Replication
Group A

Group B

Total

4
289
72.25
11.58333

4
8
237
526
59.25
65.75
2.25 54.21429

4
272
68
2.666667

4
8
249
521
62.25
65.125
16.25 17.55357

8
561
70.125
11.26786

8
486
60.75
10.5

SS
1.5625
351.5625
52.5625
98.25
503.9375

df

MS
F
P-value
F crit
1
1.5625 0.19084 0.669976 4.747225
1 351.5625 42.93893 2.72E-05 4.747225
1 52.5625 6.419847 0.026238 4.747225
12
8.1875
15

EXP 1

B
8
12
13
9
3

10
8
12
15
6
8
11
t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Equal Variances
A
B
Mean
9
10
Variance
15.5
9
Observations
5
7
Pooled Variance
11.6
Hypothesized Mean Difference
0
df
10
t Stat
-0.50143
P(T<=t) one-tail 0.31346
t Critical one-tail 1.812461
P(T<=t) two-tail 0.626919
t Critical two-tail 2.228139

COMMENT
Calculatex^2 value is 0.5
tabulatex^2
value is2.228
calculate t^2 value<tabuler t square value

Exp 2
Employee
Before Training
After Training

B
80
84

C
76
70

t-Test: Paired Two Sample for Means


Before Training After Training
Mean
69
73
Variance
146 201.1111111
Observations
10
10
Pearson Correlation 0.779412735
Hypothesized Mean Difference
0
df
9
t Stat
-1.414213562
P(T<=t) one-tail
0.095473559
t Critical one-tail
1.833112923
P(T<=t) two-tail
0.190947117
t Critical two-tail
2.262157158

D
92
96

E
60
80

F
70
70

G
56
52

74
84

Comment;T stat value is 1.41


Tabulated value is 2.26
no different to take training
So ,the training are not benefited for the employee.

p
EXP 3

TOWN A

TOWN B
61
63
56
63
56
63
59
56
44
61
t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Equal Variances

55
54
47
59
51
61
57
54
64
58

TOWN A
TOWN B
Mean
58.2
56
Variance
33.51111111 24.22222222
Observations
10
10
Pooled Variance
28.86666667
Hypothesized Mean Difference
0
df
18
t Stat
0.915607548
P(T<=t) one-tail
0.185988403
t Critical one-tail
1.734063592
P(T<=t) two-tail
0.371976806
t Critical two-tail
2.100922037
Comment :

Calculate value is 0.915


tabulate value is 2.100

Exp 4

Food A

Food B
49
53
51
52
47
50
52
53
t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Equal Variances
Food A

Food B

52
55
52
53
50
54
54
53

Mean
50.875
52.875
Variance
4.410714286 2.410714286
Observations
8
8
Pooled Variance
3.410714286
Hypothesized Mean Difference
0
df
14
t Stat
-2.165894613
P(T<=t) one-tail
0.02403554
t Critical one-tail
1.761310115
P(T<=t) two-tail
0.04807108
t Critical two-tail
2.144786681
Comment; calculate value is -2.166
tabulate value is 2.144

Exp 5
worker
first study
second stufy
t-Test: Paired Two Sample for Means

1
15
14

2
18
16

first study
second stufy
Mean
17.5
16.3
Variance
9.166666667
10.9
Observations
10
10
Pearson Correlation 0.583576541
Hypothesized Mean Difference
0
df
9
t Stat
1.309307341
P(T<=t) one-tail
0.111434175
t Critical one-tail
1.833112923
P(T<=t) two-tail
0.22286835
t Critical two-tail
2.262157158

EXP 6
Name
Before
Hunter
Cash man
Marvine
Massa
Crecla
Peterdon
Redding
Poust
t-Test: Paired Two Sample for Means
Before

After

After
155
228
141
162
211
164
164
172

154
207
147
157
196
150
150
165

3
20
21

4
17
10

5
16
15

6
14
18

Mean
174.625
165.75
Variance
868.5535714 525.6428571
Observations
8
8
Pearson Correlation 0.974726442
Hypothesized Mean Difference
0
df
7
t Stat
2.861003291
P(T<=t) one-tail
0.012151345
t Critical one-tail
1.894578604
P(T<=t) two-tail
0.024302691
t Critical two-tail
2.364624251

Exp 7

Sales Staff

Adult Staff
131
135
145
165
136
142

130
102
129
143
149
120
139
t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Equal Variances
Sales Staff
Adult Staff
Mean
142.3333333 130.2857143
Variance
148.6666667 249.2380952
Observations
6
7
Pooled Variance
203.5238095
Hypothesized Mean Difference
0
df
11
t Stat
1.517911964
P(T<=t) one-tail
0.078619727
t Critical one-tail
1.795884814
P(T<=t) two-tail
0.157239455
t Critical two-tail
2.200985159

Exp 8
Home
Schadek
Bowyer

1
135
128

2
110
105

t-Test: Paired Two Sample for Means


Schadek
Bowyer
Mean
126.8
122.2
Variance
208.8444444 204.1777778
Observations
10
10
Pearson Correlation 0.953143808

3
131
119

4
142
140

5
105
98

6
130
123

7
131
127

Hypothesized Mean Difference


0
df
9
t Stat
3.304500684
P(T<=t) one-tail
0.00458195
t Critical one-tail
1.833112923
P(T<=t) two-tail
0.0091639
t Critical two-tail
2.262157158

Exp 9

Number of Accidents by intersections


A
B
C
Before modifecation
5
7
After modification
3
7
t-Test: Paired Two Sample for Means
Before modifecation
After modification
Mean
7
4.625
Variance
3.714285714 7.982142857
Observations
8
8
Pearson Correlation 0.288600609
Hypothesized Mean Difference
0
df
7
t Stat
2.296861797
P(T<=t) one-tail
0.027622997
t Critical one-tail
1.894578604
P(T<=t) two-tail
0.055245994
t Critical two-tail
2.364624251

Exp 10

D
6
7

E
4
0

F
8
4

G
8
6

8
8

I
56
72

J
70
72

56
50

7
21
19

8
19
16

9
13
14

10
22
20

8
110
115

9
125
122

10
149
145

H
10
2

Exp 1
City
NO of Family
A
B
C
D
E
SUMMARY OUTPUT

70
75
80
60
90

Sales of Automobile
25.2
28.6
30.2
22.3
35.4

Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.992007635
R Square
0.984079148
Adjusted R Square
0.978772197
Standard Error
0.727438428
Observations
5
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
NO of Family

SS

MS

1
3
4

98.1245
1.5875
99.712

Coefficients
-4.885
0.443

Standard Error
2.461495142
0.032532035

y=-4.885+0.443x
Familes=
Sales of Automobile=
ANS(32.77)
Exp2 Operttor

85
32.77

Experience
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

16
12
18
4
3
10
5
12

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Multiple R
R Square

Regression Statistics
0.872056849
0.760483147

Perfornance Rating
87
88
89
68
78
80
75
83

F
Significance F
98.1245 185.4321 0.000857
0.529166667

t Stat
P-value Lower 95%
-1.984566176 0.141428 -12.7186
13.61734651 0.000857 0.339469

Adjusted R Square
Standard Error
Observations

0.720563672
3.832801452
8

ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

1
6
7

Intercept
Experience

Coefficients
69.66972477
1.133027523
158.8774514

SS
279.8577982
88.14220183
368
Standard Error
2.928309464
0.25959007

MS
F
Significance F
279.8577982 19.05043 0.004746
14.69036697

t Stat
P-value Lower 95%
23.79179032 3.62E-07 62.50441
4.364679754 0.004746 0.497834

y=69.6697+1.133x
Experience
Performance Rating=
Exp 3
Price

8
78.73394495 (Ans)

Consumption
10
48
11
68
37
20
16
52
36
29

124
61
102
29
71
86
105
44
78
63

SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.944441414
R Square
0.891969584
Adjusted R Square
0.878465782
Standard Error
10.11465048
Observations
10
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

1
8
9

SS
6757.650766
818.4492339
7576.1

MS
F
Significance F
6757.650766 66.05322
3.9E-05
102.3061542

Intercept
Price

Coefficients
122.9379308
-1.426236417

Standard Error
6.569632561
0.17548683

t Stat
P-value Lower 95%
18.71306038 6.87E-08 107.7883
-8.127313121
3.9E-05 -1.83091

y=122.93+-1.426x
Price
Consumption

50
51.62610999 (ANS)

Exp 4
Age

Blood pressure
56
42
72
36
63
47
55
49
38
42
68
60
SUMMARY OUTPUT

147
125
160
118
149
128
150
145
115
140
152
155

Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.896139363
R Square
0.803065757
Adjusted R Square
0.783372333
Standard Error
7.017598563
Observations
12
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Age

1
10
11

SS
2008.199771
492.466896
2500.666667

Coefficients
80.77773001
1.138005159

Standard Error
9.543745924
0.178208861

y=80.777+1.138x
Age
Blood pressiour

45
131.9879622 ANS

MS
F
Significance F
2008.199771 40.77837 7.98E-05
49.2466896

t Stat
P-value Lower 95%
8.463943891 7.16E-06 59.51294
6.385794456 7.98E-05 0.740931

Exp5
Infant morality

% of populatiion
109
122
96
142
151
124
125
102
109
156
122

14.9
6.3
5.8
12.2
33.2
13.3
14.6
8.8
4.9
39.8
6.3

SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.806078972
R Square
0.649763309
Adjusted R Square
0.610848121
Standard Error
7.198214996
Observations
11
ANOVA
df
1
9
10

SS
865.1385806
466.3286921
1331.467273

Coefficients
-44.34562763
0.477100077

Standard Error
14.57694099
0.116759294

Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Infant morality

Exp 7
Height of father

Height of sons
158
160
163
165
167
170
172
175
177
181

163
158
167
170
160
180
170
175
172
175

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Multiple R

Regression Statistics
0.705500301

MS
F
Significance F
865.1385806 16.69691 0.002733
51.81429912

t Stat
P-value Lower 95%
-3.042176522 0.013969
-77.321
4.086185006 0.002733 0.212972

R Square
Adjusted R Square
Standard Error
Observations

0.497730675
0.43494701
5.291645761
10

ANOVA
df
1
8
9

SS
221.9878812
224.0121188
446

Coefficients
57.8084441
0.658717748

Standard Error
39.52641957
0.233951318

Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Height of father

MS
221.9878812
28.00151486

F
Significance F
7.92771 0.022646

t Stat
P-value Lower 95%
1.462526703 0.181742 -33.3396
2.815618885 0.022646 0.119225

y=57.80+0.658x
Height of Father
Height of sons

164
165.8381548 (ans)

Exp 8
Number of contract Sales
14
12
20
16
46
23
48
50
55
50

24
14
28
30
80
30
90
85
120
110

SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.975362147
R Square
0.951331317
Adjusted R Square
0.945247731
Standard Error
9.31044574
Observations
10
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

1
8
9

SS
13555.4248
693.475199
14248.9

MS
F
Significance F
13555.4248 156.3768 1.56E-06
86.68439987

Coefficients
-12.20103752
2.194641842

Intercept
Number of contract

Standard Error
6.559575958
0.175500178

t Stat
P-value Lower 95%
-1.86003449 0.099925 -27.3274
12.50506901 1.56E-06 1.789938

y=-12.20+2.19x
Number of contract
Sales
Exp 9
Aptitude Score

40
75.58463616 (ans)

Productivity Score
57
58
59
59
60
61
62
64

68
65
68
72
72
69
71
67

SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.125629727
R Square
0.015782828
Adjusted R Square
-0.148253367
Standard Error
2.686557759
Observations
8
ANOVA
df
1
6
7

SS
0.694444444
43.30555556
44

Coefficients
60.66666667
0.138888889

Standard Error
26.88236333
0.447759627

Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Aptitude Score

y=60.66+0.138x
Score
Productivety

66
69.83333333 (ans)

EXP10
Purches

Sales
62
72

112
124

MS
F
Significance F
0.694444444 0.096216 0.766911
7.217592593

t Stat
P-value Lower 95%
2.256746028 0.064837 -5.11211
0.310186271 0.766911 -0.95674

98
76
81
56
76
92
88
49
SUMMARY OUTPUT

131
117
132
96
120
136
97
85

Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.714137382
R Square
0.5099922
Adjusted R Square
0.448741225
Standard Error
12.83608674
Observations
10
ANOVA
df
1
8
9

SS
1371.879018
1318.120982
2690

Coefficients
56.30580357
0.782589286

Standard Error
20.74194339
0.271211833

Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Purches
y=56.30+0.782x
Purches
Sales

100
134.5647321

Exp 11
Height

Weight
70
63
72
60
66
70
74
65
62
67
65
68

155
150
180
135
156
168
178
160
132
145
139
152

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Multiple R

Regression Statistics
0.863234435

MS
F
Significance F
1371.879018 8.326271 0.020338
164.7651228

t Stat
P-value Lower 95%
2.714586696 0.02647 8.474796
2.885527807 0.020338 0.157174

R Square
Adjusted R Square
Standard Error
Observations

0.74517369
0.719691059
8.232575803
12

ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Height

1
10
11

SS
1981.913623
677.7530435
2659.666667

Coefficients
-60.74608696
3.215652174

Standard Error
39.81352824
0.594651397

y=-60.74+3.21x
Height
Weight

64
145.0556522 (ans)

MS
F
Significance F
1981.913623 29.24242 0.000298
67.77530435

t Stat
P-value Lower 95%
-1.525764976 0.158053 -149.456
5.407625698 0.000298 1.890686

Significance F

Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
2.948576 -12.7186 2.948576
0.546531 0.339469 0.546531

Significance F

Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
76.83504 62.50441 76.83504
1.768222 0.497834 1.768222

Significance F

Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
138.0875 107.7883 138.0875
-1.02156 -1.83091 -1.02156

Significance F

Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
102.0425 59.51294 102.0425
1.535079 0.740931 1.535079

Significance F

Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
-11.3703
-77.321 -11.3703
0.741228 0.212972 0.741228

Significance F

Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
148.9565 -33.3396 148.9565
1.19821 0.119225 1.19821

Significance F

Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
2.925372 -27.3274 2.925372
2.599346 1.789938 2.599346

Significance F

Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
126.4454 -5.11211 126.4454
1.234517 -0.95674 1.234517

Significance F

Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
104.1368 8.474796 104.1368
1.408005 0.157174 1.408005

Significance F

Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
27.96398 -149.456 27.96398
4.540618 1.890686 4.540618

Exp 3
Weight

Height
64
71
53
67
55
58
77
57
56
51
76
68

Age
57
59
49
62
51
50
55
48
52
42
61
57

8
10
6
11
8
7
10
9
10
6
12
9

SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R 0.84175667
R Square
0.7085543
Adjusted R Square
0.64378858
Standard Error
5.36321469
Observations
12
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Height
Age

2
9
11

SS
629.3733536
258.8766464
888.25

MS
314.6866768
28.76407182

Coefficients
3.65121581
0.85460993
1.50633232

Standard Error
16.16780562
0.451664156
1.414265835

t Stat
0.22583249
1.892135824
1.06509843

F
Significance F
10.94026877 0.003895

P-value
Lower 95%
0.826376755 -32.9229
0.0910251 -0.16713
0.31457045 -1.69296

Y=3.651+0854x1+1.5x2
Height
age
waight

54
9
63.3571429

Exp 1
Home
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Heatingcost Mean 0utside Temperature Age of furance


250
35
360
29
165
36
43
60
92
65
200
30
355
10
290
7

6
10
3
9
6
5
7
10

AtticInsulatiion
3
4
7
6
5
5
6
10

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

230
120
73
205
400
320
72
272
94
190
235
139

21
55
54
48
20
39
60
20
58
40
27
30

11
5
4
1
15
7
6
8
3
11
8
5

SS
171220.4728
41695.27717
212915.75

MS
57073.49094
2605.954823

Standard Error
59.60142931
0.772319353
4.012120166
4.754412281

t Stat
7.167509374
-5.933636915
1.520650381
-3.119389277

9
2
12
5
5
4
8
5
7
8
9
7

SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.8967553
R Square 0.80417007
Adjusted R Square
0.76745195
Standard Error
51.0485536
Observations
20
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

3
16
19

Coefficients
Intercept
427.193803
Mean 0utside-4.5826626
Temperature
Age of furance
6.10103206
AtticInsulatiion
-14.830863

F
Significance F
21.90118203 6.56E-06

P-value
Lower 95%
2.23764E-06 300.8444
2.10035E-05 -6.21991
0.147862484 -2.40428
0.006605963 -24.9098

y=427.19-4.58x+6.10x2-14.83x3
Tempereture
30
Frunce
10
Insolution
5
Heating COST=
276.569932
Exp 2
Company Gross profit Number of employe
1
2800
2
1300
3
1230
4
1600
5
4500
6
5700
7
3150
8
640

140
65
130
115
390
670
206
40

Consecutive dividends Beginning Inventory


12
1800
21
3200
42
820
80
760
120
3600
54
8400
43
508
14
870

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

3400
6700
3700
6440
1290
4160
3870
980

480
810
120
590
440
280
880
150

88
98
44
110
38
34
60
24

3
12
15

SS
45074341.51
12613033.49
57687375

MS
15024780.5
1051086.124

Coefficients
Intercept
751.358382
Number of employe
2.604464
Consecutive9.86836844
dividends
Beginning Inventory
0.29510893

Standard Error
508.2886591
1.258591939
10.11487585
0.102712931

t Stat
1.478211974
2.069347433
0.97562922
2.873142871

5500
9875
6500
9130
1200
890
1200
1300

SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R 0.88394309
R Square 0.78135539
Adjusted R Square
0.72669424
Standard Error
1025.22491
Observations
16
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

y=751.35+2.60x1+9.868x2+0.295x3
Number of employee
Consecutive
Inventory
Gross Profit=444619.305

220
64
1500000

F
Significance F
14.29452845 0.000289

P-value
Lower 95%
0.165112999 -356.107
0.06075813 -0.13777
0.348506416 -12.1701
0.014007824 0.071317

Significance F

Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
40.22533 -32.9229 40.22533
1.876345 -0.16713 1.876345
4.705624 -1.69296 4.705624

Significance F

Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
553.5432 300.8444 553.5432
-2.94542 -6.21991 -2.94542
14.60635 -2.40428 14.60635
-4.75196 -24.9098 -4.75196

Significance F

Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
1858.824 -356.107 1858.824
5.3467 -0.13777
5.3467
31.90679 -12.1701 31.90679
0.518901 0.071317 0.518901

Ex 1p
System 1
Year
Number sold
1989
82.4
1990
125.7
1991
276.9
1992
342.5
1993
543.6
1994
691.5
1995
782.4
1996
889.5
System 1
Year
1998
Sold
1146.331
System 2
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R 0.992908
R Square 0.985866
Adjusted R Square
0.983511
Standard Error
39.13885
Observations
8
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Year

1
6
7

SS
641100.9501
9191.09869
650292.0488

MS
F
Significance F
641101 418.5142 8.87E-07
1531.85

Coefficients Standard Error


t Stat
-245704
12033.22567 -20.4188
123.5488
6.039256068 20.45762

Regression Equation y=

System 3
0.992908
EXP 2
Year
Production
1993
80
1994
90
1995
92
1996
83
1997
94
1998
99
1999
92

P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
8.97E-07 -275148 -216260 -275148 -216260
8.87E-07 108.7713 138.3263 108.7713 138.3263

System1
Year
porduction

2001
100

System 2
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.664036808
R Square
0.440944882
Adjusted R Square
0.329133858
Standard Error5.329165038
Observations
7
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Year

SS
1
5
6

MS
F
Significance F
112 3.943662 0.103797
28.4

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat


P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%
-3902 2010.208 -1.94109 0.109917
-9069.4 1265.403
-9069.4
2 1.007118 1.985866 0.103797 -0.58888 4.588878 -0.58888

System3
0.664037
Exp 3
Year
Production
1991
4
1992
8
1993
5
1994
8
1995
11
1996
9
1997
11
1998
14
year
2001
System1
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.887916003
R Square
0.788394828
Adjusted R Square
0.753127299
Standard Error1.631777685
Observations
8
ANOVA

112
142
254

df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Year

SS
MS
F
Significance F
1 59.52381 59.52381 22.35469 0.003231
6 15.97619 2.662698
7
75.5

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat


P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%
-2365.654762 502.193 -4.71065 0.00329 -3594.48 -1136.83 -3594.48
1.19047619 0.251789 4.728075 0.003231 0.574371 1.806581 0.574371

Comment Y=

System2
16.4881
EXP4

Year
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
Yesr
System1

Assets
1.11
1.28
1.17
1.1
1.06
1.14
1.24
1.39
1.38
1.5
1.65
2002
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.80090482
R Square
0.64144853
Adjusted R Square
0.601609478
Standard Error0.118095578
Observations
11
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Year

SS
MS
1 0.224554 0.224554
9 0.125519 0.013947
10 0.350073

F
Significance F
16.101 0.003052

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat


P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%
-88.72763636 22.42989 -3.95578 0.003325 -139.468 -37.9877 -139.468
0.045181818 0.01126 4.012605 0.003052 0.01971 0.070654 0.01971

System 2
1.726364

EXP 5
Year
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
Year
System1

Employ
45.6
42.2
41.1
39.3
34
2000
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.966454574
R Square
0.934034443
Adjusted R Square
0.912045924
Standard Error1.266359612
Observations
5
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Year

1
3
4

SS
MS
F
Significance F
68.121
68.121 42.47828 0.007338
4.811 1.603667
72.932

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat


P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%
5244.78 798.5136 6.568179 0.007178 2703.553 7786.007 2703.553
-2.61 0.400458 -6.51754 0.007338 -3.88444 -1.33556 -3.88444

System2
i
24.78

EXP 6
Year
Birth rate per
2000
16.6
2001
16.3
2002
15.9
1003
15.5
1004
15.2
1005
14.8
1006
14.5
Year
2010
BRP
SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.875896814
R Square
0.767195229
Adjusted R Square
0.720634275
Standard Error 0.40811173
Observations
7
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Year

Exp 7
Year
Exp
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998

SS
MS
F
Significance F
1 2.744367 2.744367 16.47722 0.009737
5 0.832776 0.166555
6 3.577143

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat


P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%
13.72519019 0.473611 28.97987 9.17E-07 12.50773 14.94265 12.50773
0.0012697 0.000313 4.059215 0.009737 0.000466 0.002074 0.000466

37.9
39.8
40.4
42.7
44.1
47.1

system 1
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.978903601
R Square
0.958252261
Adjusted R Square
0.944336347
Standard Error0.373040389
Observations
5
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
37.9

SS
MS
F
Significance F
1 9.582523 9.582523 68.86018 0.003667
3 0.417477 0.139159
4
10

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat


P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%
1973.577944 2.707183 729.0154 5.69E-09 1964.962 1982.193 1964.962
0.523635115 0.063102 8.298203 0.003667 0.322816 0.724455 0.322816

Upper 95.0%

Upper 95.0%
1265.403
4.588878

Upper 95.0%
-1136.83
1.806581

Upper 95.0%
-37.9877
0.070654

Upper 95.0%
7786.007
-1.33556

Upper 95.0%
14.94265
0.002074

Upper 95.0%
1982.193
0.724455

Ex 1p
System 1
Year
Number sold
1989
82.4
1990
125.7
1991
276.9
1992
342.5
1993
543.6
1994
691.5
1995
782.4
1996
889.5
System 1
Year
1998
Sold
1146.331
System 2
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R 0.992908
R Square 0.985866
Adjusted R Square
0.983511
Standard Error
39.13885
Observations
8
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Year

1
6
7

SS
641100.9501
9191.09869
650292.0488

MS
F
Significance F
641101 418.5142 8.87E-07
1531.85

Coefficients Standard Error


t Stat
-245704
12033.22567 -20.4188
123.5488
6.039256068 20.45762

Regression Equation y=

System 3
0.992908
EXP 2
Year
Production
1993
80
1994
90
1995
92
1996
83
1997
94
1998
99
1999
92

P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%


Upper 95.0%
8.97E-07 -275148 -216260 -275148 -216260
8.87E-07 108.7713 138.3263 108.7713 138.3263

System1
Year
porduction

2001
100

System 2
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.664036808
R Square
0.440944882
Adjusted R Square
0.329133858
Standard Error5.329165038
Observations
7
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Year

SS
1
5
6

MS
F
Significance F
112 3.943662 0.103797
28.4

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat


P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%
-3902 2010.208 -1.94109 0.109917
-9069.4 1265.403
-9069.4
2 1.007118 1.985866 0.103797 -0.58888 4.588878 -0.58888

System3
0.664037
Exp 3
Year
Production
1991
4
1992
8
1993
5
1994
8
1995
11
1996
9
1997
11
1998
14
year
2001
System1
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.887916003
R Square
0.788394828
Adjusted R Square
0.753127299
Standard Error1.631777685
Observations
8
ANOVA

112
142
254

df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Year

SS
MS
F
Significance F
1 59.52381 59.52381 22.35469 0.003231
6 15.97619 2.662698
7
75.5

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat


P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%
-2365.654762 502.193 -4.71065 0.00329 -3594.48 -1136.83 -3594.48
1.19047619 0.251789 4.728075 0.003231 0.574371 1.806581 0.574371

Comment Y=

System2
16.4881
EXP4

Year
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
Yesr
System1

Assets
1.11
1.28
1.17
1.1
1.06
1.14
1.24
1.39
1.38
1.5
1.65
2002
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.80090482
R Square
0.64144853
Adjusted R Square
0.601609478
Standard Error0.118095578
Observations
11
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Year

SS
MS
1 0.224554 0.224554
9 0.125519 0.013947
10 0.350073

F
Significance F
16.101 0.003052

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat


P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%
-88.72763636 22.42989 -3.95578 0.003325 -139.468 -37.9877 -139.468
0.045181818 0.01126 4.012605 0.003052 0.01971 0.070654 0.01971

System 2
1.726364

EXP 5
Year
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
Year
System1

Employ
45.6
42.2
41.1
39.3
34
2000
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.966454574
R Square
0.934034443
Adjusted R Square
0.912045924
Standard Error1.266359612
Observations
5
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Year

1
3
4

SS
MS
F
Significance F
68.121
68.121 42.47828 0.007338
4.811 1.603667
72.932

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat


P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%
5244.78 798.5136 6.568179 0.007178 2703.553 7786.007 2703.553
-2.61 0.400458 -6.51754 0.007338 -3.88444 -1.33556 -3.88444

System2
i
24.78

EXP 6
Year
Birth rate per
2000
16.6
2001
16.3
2002
15.9
1003
15.5
1004
15.2
1005
14.8
1006
14.5
Year
2010
BRP
SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.875896814
R Square
0.767195229
Adjusted R Square
0.720634275
Standard Error 0.40811173
Observations
7
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Year

Exp 7
Year
Exp
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998

SS
MS
F
Significance F
1 2.744367 2.744367 16.47722 0.009737
5 0.832776 0.166555
6 3.577143

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat


P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%
13.72519019 0.473611 28.97987 9.17E-07 12.50773 14.94265 12.50773
0.0012697 0.000313 4.059215 0.009737 0.000466 0.002074 0.000466

37.9
39.8
40.4
42.7
44.1
47.1

system 1
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.978903601
R Square
0.958252261
Adjusted R Square
0.944336347
Standard Error0.373040389
Observations
5
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
37.9

SS
MS
F
Significance F
1 9.582523 9.582523 68.86018 0.003667
3 0.417477 0.139159
4
10

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat


P-value Lower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%
1973.577944 2.707183 729.0154 5.69E-09 1964.962 1982.193 1964.962
0.523635115 0.063102 8.298203 0.003667 0.322816 0.724455 0.322816

Upper 95.0%

Upper 95.0%
1265.403
4.588878

Upper 95.0%
-1136.83
1.806581

Upper 95.0%
-37.9877
0.070654

Upper 95.0%
7786.007
-1.33556

Upper 95.0%
14.94265
0.002074

Upper 95.0%
1982.193
0.724455

Exp 1

worker1

worker2
9
2

2
3

to be produce

per unit pr

total
Exp 2
Project
Period 1
Period 2
Period 3
Period 4

resoursed available
31
12

18
12

29

to be produce
Estimated total return
Total

8000
8000
10000
10000

7000
9000
9000
11000

5000
7000
9000
11000

9000
8000
7000
6000

1
210000
545000

0
180000

1
160000

1
175000

Resord
Availale
22000
22000
23000
25000
26000
38000
27000
30000

Exp 3
A
Fuel
maintance
to be
profit of these model
total

Exp 7

To be produce
Per unit profit
Total

1000000
18

112000
28

80000
30

2
4.5
44

0
6

0
6.5

7
5

X1

to be
per unit profit
total

Exp 8

B
72000
20

X2

Used

4
5

2
4

4
30000
120000

0
20000

x1

x2

Available
16
20

Used

4
10

6
7

3
6
50

4
8

17
21

Available
36
58

36
70

resourced available
704000
710000
250
900

Exp 9
X1

To be produce
per unit profit
Total

Exp 10

To be produce
Per unit profit
Total

EXP 2

X2

Used

10
600

3
1000

3
40000
120000

0
30000

x1

X2

Available
30
1800

Used

4
10

6
7

3
6
50

4
8

30
3000

Available
36
58

36
70

Exp 5
Type 1
Worker
Supervisore
To be Measured
Per unit Cost
Total Cost

Type 2

Type 3

2
1

1
2

4
1

1
60
880

6
30

8
80

Requirement Available
40
40
21
20

Assignment Programming
Example 1

Example 2

Job
1
2
3
4

Job
1
2
3
4
Total
Allocation

Employee
Smith
Jones
Green
Mehi
6.2
8
5.4
6
7.2
5.8
5.5
6
6.6
6.3
6.6
7
Employee
Smith
Jones
0
1
0
0
1
1

Green
1
0
0
0
1
1

4.8
4.4
6.8
7.3

Mehi
0
0
1
0
1
1

Total
0
0
0
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
27.9

Allocation
1
1
1
1

Example 3

Example 4
Client
Project Leader
Jackson
Ellis
Smith
Burton

1
10
14
22
14

2
16
22
24
18

Client
Project Leader
Jackson
Ellis
Smith
Burton
Total
Allocation

1
1
0
0
0
1
1

2
0
0
0
1
1
1

3
32
40
34
36

3 Total
0
0
1
0
1
1

1
0
1
1
62

Allocation
1
1
1
1

Example 5

Example 6

Job
1
2
3
4

Machine
A
B
45
55
70
60
Machine
A

Job
1
2

C
75
60
65
75

B
0
0

D
80
60
50
70

C
0
0

35
65
45
65

D
1
0

Total
0
1

Allocation
1
1
1
1

3
4
Total
Allocation

1
0
1
1

0
1
1
1

0
0
1
1

0
0
1
1

1
1
290

1
1

Example 7

Example 8

Job
1
2
3
4

Job
1
2
3
4
Total
Allocation

Employee
A
B
15
12
14
11

20
17
15
14

Employee
A
B
1
0
0
0
1
1

0
0
1
0
1
1

D
18
16
19
12

24
15
17
13

D
0
0
0
1
1
1

Total
0
1
0
0
1
1

1
1
1
1
57

Allocation
1
1
1
1

Example 2
Job
Machine
A
B
C

1
15
23
20

2
19
21
16

3
12
18
11

1
0
1
0
1
1

2
1
0
0
1
1

3
0
0
0
0
1

4
16
17
19

Job
Machine
A
B
C
Total
Allocation

4 Total
0
0
1
1
1

1
1
1
61

Example 4
Job
A

Worker
1
2
3
4

B
500
800
700
900

Job
A

Worker
1
2
3
4

B
0
1
0
0
1
1

Total
Allocation

C
400
300
400
500

450
200
500
799

C
1
0
0
0
1
1

Total
0
0
0
1
1
1

1
1
0
1
1999

Allocation
1
1
1
1

Example 6

Job

Machine
A
B
1
20
2
42
3
6

Machine
A

Job
1
2

C
35
18
23

B
0
0

22
25
15

C
0
1

Total
1
0

Allocation
1
1
1
1

Allocation
1
1
1

3
Total
Allocation

1
1
1

0
1
1

0
1
1

1
3
8
9

2
5
9
2

3
6
7
4

1
1
0
0
1
1

2
0
0
1
1
1

3 Total
0
1
0
1
1

1
46

Example 8
Job
Employee
1
2
3

Job
Employee
1
2
3
Total
Allocation

1
1
1
12

Allocation
1
1
1

Transpotation Programming
Example 1

Example 2
From
Plant A
Plant B
Plant C
Demand

To
Ware house 1 Ware house 2 Ware house 3 Supply
50
32
40
700
16
30
20
200
36
28
42
200
300
400
400

From
Plant A
Plant B
Plant C
Total
Demand

To
Ware house 1 Ware house 2 Ware house 3 Total
Supply
300
200
200
700
700
0
200
0
200
200
0
0
200
200
200
300
400
400
43800
300
400
400

Example 3
Shipped to
Produce at Boston
Dallas
Delver
7
Atlanta
20
Chicago
8
Demand
50

11
17
18
70

Shipped to
Produce at Boston
Dallas
Delver
0
Atlanta
50
Chicago
0
Total
50
Demand
50

0
50
20
70
70

Los Angles

St. Paul
8
12
13
60

Los Angles

13
10
16
80

St. Paul
0
0
60
60
60

Capacity
100
100
150

Total
10
0
70
80
80

10
100
150
4240

Example 5
Origin
Detroit
St. Louis
Denver
Demand

Origin
Detroit
St. Louis
Denver

Destination
Boston

Atlanta

5
8
9
300
Destination
Boston
Atlanta
100
0
200

Dallas
2
4
7
200

3
3
5
200

Dallas
0
200
0

Supply
100
300
300

Total
0
100
100

100
300
300

Supply
100
300
300

Capacity
100
100
150

Total
Demand

300
300

200
200

200
200

3900

Example 7
From
WH A
WH B
WH C
Demand

From
WH A
WH B
WH C
Total
Demand

To
Store 1

Store 2
12
9
20
25

To
Store 1

Store 3
20
11
14
50

Store 2
25
0
0
25
25

Supply
15
4
8
45

Store 3
25
0
25
50
50

50
15
55

Total
0
15
30
45
45

Supply
50
15
55
1450

50
15
55

Example 2

From
Q1
Q2
Q3
Demand

From
Q1
Q2
Q3
Total
Demand

To
D1

D2
8
7
12
140

To
D1

D3
4
6
13
180

D2
40
0
0
40
140

D4
12
10
9
150

D3
180
0
0
180
180

D5
11
5
16
140

D4
0
0
150
150
150

Supply
9
220
6
260
9
200
195

D5
0
140
0
140
140

Total
0
120
50
170
195

220
260
200
4260

Example 4
From
WH 1
WH 2
WH 3
Demand

From
WH 1
WH 2
WH 3
Total
Demand

To
Store 1

Store 2
12
9
20
45

To
Store 1

Store 3
20
11
14
50

Store 2
0
0
45
45
45

Supply
15
4
8
45

Store 3
25
15
10
50
50

50
15
55

Total
25
0
0
25
45

Supply
50
15
55
2080

50
15
55

Example 6
From
Chicago
St. Louis
Omaha
Demand

From
Chicago
St. Louis
Omaha

To
Detroit

Denver
2
9
7
48

To
Detroit

17
12
5
48

Kansas CitySupply
12
64
6
44
10
36
48

12
0
36

Kansas CityTotal
4
44
0

Denver
48
0
0

Supply
64
44
36

64
44
36

Supply
220
260
200

Total
Demand

48
48

48
48

48
48

792

Example 2
From
Airport A
Airport B
Airport C

Steady Stage
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Airport A
1
0.7
0.6
0.565
0.552
0.54685
0.54468
0.543717
0.543271
0.543059
0.542957
0.542907
0.542882
0.542869
0.542863
0.54286
0.542859
0.542858
0.542858
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857

Airport B
0
0.2
0.25
0.26
0.2605
0.2594
0.258445
0.257846
0.25751
0.257331
0.257238
0.257191
0.257167
0.257155
0.257149
0.257146
0.257144
0.257144
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143

Airport C
0
0.1
0.15
0.175
0.1875
0.19375
0.196875
0.198438
0.199219
0.199609
0.199805
0.199902
0.199951
0.199976
0.199988
0.199994
0.199997
0.199998
0.199999
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2

Airport A
0
0.4
0.51
0.538
0.5439
0.54442
0.543951
0.543498
0.543206
0.54304
0.542951
0.542905
0.542881
0.542869
0.542863
0.54286
0.542859
0.542858
0.542858
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857

Example 8

Airport B
0.2
0.5
0.1

Airport C
0.1
0.1
0.6

Airport B
1
0.5
0.34
0.287
0.2686
0.26183
0.259174
0.258065
0.257576
0.257351
0.257244
0.257193
0.257168
0.257155
0.257149
0.257146
0.257144
0.257144
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143

Airport C
0
0.1
0.15
0.175
0.1875
0.19375
0.196875
0.198438
0.199219
0.199609
0.199805
0.199902
0.199951
0.199976
0.199988
0.199994
0.199997
0.199998
0.199999
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2

A
0.7
0.1
0.3

B
0.2
0.6
0.2

C
0.1
0.3
0.5

A
0
0.1
0.22
0.3

B
1
0.6
0.44
0.376

C
0
0.3
0.34
0.324

To
From
A
B
C

Steady Stage
0
1
2
3

To
Airport A
0.7
0.4
0.3

A
1
0.7
0.54
0.46

B
0
0.2
0.28
0.312

C
0
0.1
0.18
0.228

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

0.4216
0.40368
0.395488
0.391802
0.390163
0.389442
0.389128
0.388991
0.388933
0.388908
0.388897
0.388892
0.38889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889

0.3248
0.32992
0.331968
0.332787
0.333115
0.333246
0.333298
0.333319
0.333328
0.333331
0.333332
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333

0.2536
0.2664
0.272544
0.275411
0.276722
0.277312
0.277574
0.277689
0.27774
0.277761
0.277771
0.277775
0.277777
0.277777
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778

0.3448
0.36784
0.379104
0.384429
0.386886
0.388001
0.388499
0.388719
0.388815
0.388857
0.388875
0.388883
0.388886
0.388888
0.388888
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889

Example 7
From
State 1
State 2

Steady Stage
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

State 1
1
0.800
0.720
0.688
0.675
0.670
0.668
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667

State 2
0
0.200
0.280
0.312
0.325
0.330
0.332
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333

State 1
0
0.400
0.560
0.624
0.650
0.660
0.664
0.666
0.666
0.666
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667
0.667

To
State 1
0.8
0.4

State 2
1
0.600
0.440
0.376
0.350
0.340
0.336
0.334
0.334
0.334
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333
0.333

0.3504
0.34016
0.336064
0.334426
0.33377
0.333508
0.333403
0.333361
0.333345
0.333338
0.333335
0.333334
0.333334
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333

State 2
0.2
0.6

0.3048
0.292
0.284832
0.281146
0.279343
0.278491
0.278098
0.27792
0.27784
0.277805
0.27779
0.277783
0.27778
0.277779
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778

Example 6
From
Brand A
Brand B
Brand C

Steady Stage
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Brand A
1
0.6
0.49
0.472
0.4695
0.46918
0.469141
0.469136
0.469136
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691
0.4691

Brand B Brand C
0
0
0.3
0.1
0.26
0.25
0.249
0.279
0.2472
0.2833
0.24695 0.28387
0.246918 0.283941
0.246914 0.28395
0.246914 0.28395
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840
0.2469
0.2840

Example 3

Brand B
0.3
0.2
0.2

Brand C
0.1
0.5
0.4

Brand A
0
0.3
0.44
0.465
0.4686
0.46907
0.469128
0.469135
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136

Brand B
1
0.2
0.23
0.244
0.2465
0.24686
0.246907
0.246913
0.246913
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914

Brand C
0
0.5
0.33
0.291
0.2849
0.28407
0.283965
0.283952
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951

A
0.7
0.1
0.3

B
0.2
0.6
0.2

C
0.1
0.3
0.5

A
0

B
1

C
0

To
From
A
B
C

Steady Stage
0
1
2
3
4

To
Brand A
0.6
0.3
0.4

A
1
0.7
0.54
0.46
0.4216

B
0
0.2
0.28
0.312
0.3248

C
0
0.1
0.18
0.228
0.2536

0.1
0.22
0.3
0.3448

0.6
0.44
0.376
0.3504

0.3
0.34
0.324
0.3048

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

0.40368
0.395488
0.391802
0.390163
0.389442
0.389128
0.388991
0.388933
0.388908
0.388897
0.388892
0.38889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889

0.32992
0.331968
0.332787
0.333115
0.333246
0.333298
0.333319
0.333328
0.333331
0.333332
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333

0.2664
0.272544
0.275411
0.276722
0.277312
0.277574
0.277689
0.27774
0.277761
0.277771
0.277775
0.277777
0.277777
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778

0.36784
0.379104
0.384429
0.386886
0.388001
0.388499
0.388719
0.388815
0.388857
0.388875
0.388883
0.388886
0.388888
0.388888
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889

0.34016
0.336064
0.334426
0.33377
0.333508
0.333403
0.333361
0.333345
0.333338
0.333335
0.333334
0.333334
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333

0.292
0.284832
0.281146
0.279343
0.278491
0.278098
0.27792
0.27784
0.277805
0.27779
0.277783
0.27778
0.277779
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778

Airport A
0
0.3
0.43
0.489
0.5167
0.53001
0.536503
0.539701
0.541285
0.542073
0.542466
0.542662
0.542759
0.542808
0.542833
0.542845
0.542851
0.542854
0.542856
0.542856
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857
0.542857

Airport B
0
0.1
0.17
0.211
0.2333
0.24499
0.250997
0.254049
0.25559
0.256364
0.256753
0.256948
0.257045
0.257094
0.257118
0.257131
0.257137
0.25714
0.257141
0.257142
0.257142
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143
0.257143

Airport C
1
0.6
0.4
0.3
0.25
0.225
0.2125
0.20625
0.203125
0.201563
0.200781
0.200391
0.200195
0.200098
0.200049
0.200024
0.200012
0.200006
0.200003
0.200002
0.200001
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2

A
0
0.3
0.38
0.396

B
0
0.2
0.28
0.312

C
1
0.5
0.34
0.292

0.396
0.39344
0.391392
0.390163
0.389508
0.38918
0.389023
0.388949
0.388916
0.388901
0.388894
0.388891
0.38889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889

0.3248
0.32992
0.331968
0.332787
0.333115
0.333246
0.333298
0.333319
0.333328
0.333331
0.333332
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333

0.2792
0.27664
0.27664
0.27705
0.277377
0.277574
0.277679
0.277731
0.277756
0.277768
0.277773
0.277776
0.277777
0.277777
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778

Brand A
0
0.4
0.46
0.468
0.469
0.46912
0.469134
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136
0.469136

Brand B
0
0.2
0.24
0.246
0.2468
0.2469
0.246912
0.246913
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914
0.246914

Brand C
1
0.4
0.3
0.286
0.2842
0.28398
0.283954
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951
0.283951

A
0

B
0

C
1

0.3
0.38
0.396
0.396

0.2
0.28
0.312
0.3248

0.5
0.34
0.292
0.2792

0.39344
0.391392
0.390163
0.389508
0.38918
0.389023
0.388949
0.388916
0.388901
0.388894
0.388891
0.38889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889
0.388889

0.32992
0.331968
0.332787
0.333115
0.333246
0.333298
0.333319
0.333328
0.333331
0.333332
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333
0.333333

0.27664
0.27664
0.27705
0.277377
0.277574
0.277679
0.277731
0.277756
0.277768
0.277773
0.277776
0.277777
0.277777
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778
0.277778

Network Model
Example 1
From To Distance To Be Measured Node
1 2
2
1
1
1 3
4
0
2
1 4
10
0
3
2 1
2
0
4
2 4
11
0
5
2 5
5
1
6
3 1
4
0
7
3 4
3
0
3 6
1
0
4 1
10
0
4 2
11
0
4 3
3
0
4 5
8
0
4 6
7
0
5 2
5
0
5 4
8
0
5 7
6
1
6 3
1
0
6 4
7
0
6 7
9
0
7 5
6
0
7 6
9
0

Out Flow

From To Distance To Be Measured Node


1 2
24
0
1
1 3
12
1
2
2 1
24
0
3
2 4
5
0
4
2 5
10
0
5
3 1
12
0
6
3 4
6
1
7
3 6
7
0
4 2
5
0
4 3
6
0
4 5
4
1
4 6
8
0
5 2
10
0
5 4
4
0
5 7
10
1
6 3
7
0
6 4
8
0
6 7
15
0
7 5
10
0
7 6
15
0

Out Flow

From To Distance To Be Measured Node

Out Flow

1
1
0
0
1
0
0

In Flow Net Flow Requirement


0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
-1
-1

1
0
1
1
1
0
0

In Flow Net Flow Requirement


0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
-1
-1

Example 2

Example 3
In Flow Net Flow Requirement

1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5

2
3
4
1
3
5
1
2
4
5
1
3
5
2
3
4

5
5
12
5
4
14
5
4
6
11
12
6
4
14
11
4

0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0

1
2
3
4
5

1
0
1
1
0

0
0
1
1
1

1
0
0
0
-1

1
0
0
0
-1

Example 4
From To Distance To Be Measured Node
1 2
6
1
1
1 3
9
0
2
2 1
6
0
3
2 3
2
1
4
2 4
16
0
3 1
9
0
3 2
2
0
3 4
7
1
4 2
16
0
4 3
7
0

Out Flow

From To Distance To Be Measured Node


1 2
14
0
1
1 3
10
1
2
2 1
14
0
3
2 3
5
0
4
2 4
8
0
5
3 1
10
0
6
3 2
5
0
3 4
15
0
3 5
6
1
4 2
8
0
4 3
15
0
4 5
5
0
4 6
4
1
5 3
6
0
5 4
5
1
5 6
11
0
6 4
4
0
6 5
11
0

Out Flow

1
1
1
0

In Flow Net Flow Requirement


0
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
-1
-1

1
0
1
1
1
0

In Flow Net Flow Requirement


0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
-1
-1

Example 5

Example 6

From To Distance To Be Measured Node


1 2
6
0
1
1 3
7
1
2
1 4
8
0
3
2 1
6
0
4
2 3
8
0
5
2 5
5
0
6
2 6
6
0
7
3 1
7
0
8
3 2
8
0
3 4
5
0
3 6
4
1
3 7
6
0
4 1
8
0
4 3
5
0
4 7
6
0
5 2
5
0
5 6
3
0
5 8
4
0
6 2
6
0
6 3
4
0
6 5
3
0
6 7
5
0
6 8
2
1
8 5
4
0
8 6
2
0
8 7
4
0

Out Flow
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
0

In Flow Net Flow Requirement


0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
-1
-1

Total Distance
13

Total Distance
32

Total Distance

15

Total Distance
15

Total Distance
25

Total Distance
13

Network Model
Maximal Flow Program
Example 1
From To Capacity To Be Flow
1 2
5
3
1 3
6
6
1 4
5
5
2 3
2
0
2 5
3
3
3 2
2
0
3 4
3
0
3 5
3
3
3 6
7
3
4 6
5
5
5 6
1
0
5 7
8
7
6 5
1
1
6 7
7
7

Node

From To Capacity To Be Flow


1 2
6
6
1 3
8
8
1 4
6
3
2 3
2
0
2 5
8
8
3 2
2
2
3 4
4
0
3 5
4
3
3 6
3
3
4 3
2
0
4 6
3
3
5 7
11
11
6 3
3
0
6 7
9
6

Node

From To Capacity To Be Flow


1 2
12
11
1 3
8
8
1 4
10
8
2 3
4
4
2 5
7
7
3 2
4
0
3 4
3
0
3 5
14
14
4 3
3
2
4 5
6
6

Node

In Flow

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Out Flow
14
3
6
5
7
8
0

Out Flow
17
8
8
3
11
6
0

In Flow

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Out Flow
27
11
14
8
0

In Flow

1
2
3
4
5

0
3
6
5
7
8
14

Net Flow Requirement


14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-14

Example 2

0
8
8
3
11
6
17

Net Flow Requirement


17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-17

Example 3

Example 4

0
11
14
8
27

Net Flow Requirement


27
0
0
0
0
0
0
-27

From To Capacity To Be Flow


1 2
4
3
1 3
3
1
1 5
2
2
2 3
1
1
2 4
2
2
3 2
1
0
3 5
2
0
3 6
2
2
4 2
2
0
4 6
5
2
5 3
2
0
5 6
2
2

Node

From To Capacity To Be Flow


1 2
6
6
1 3
6
5
1 4
6
6
2 3
3
2
2 4
4
4
3 2
2
0
3 5
7
7
4 5
12
10

Node

From To Capacity To Be Flow


1 2
50
50
1 3
60
40
1 4
30
30
2 4
30
30
2 5
20
20
3 4
15
0
3 5
40
40
4 5
10
10
4 6
60
50
5 4
10
0
5 6
40
20
5 7
50
50
6 7
70
70

Node

Out Flow
6
3
2
2
2
0

In Flow

1
2
3
4
5
6

0
3
2
2
2
6

Net Flow Requirement


6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-6

Out Flow
17
6
7
10
0

In Flow

1
2
3
4
5

0
6
7
10
17

Net Flow Requirement


17
0
0
0
0
0
0
-17

Out Flow
120
50
40
60
70
70
0

In Flow

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Example 5

Example 6

0
50
40
60
70
70
120

Net Flow Requirement


120
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-120

Max Flow
14

Max Flow
17

Max Flow
27

Max Flow
6

Max Flow

Max Flow
120