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MAT 540 WEEK 2 HOMEWORK LATEST

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Week 2 Homework

Chapter 12

1. A local real estate investor in Orlando is considering three alternative investments; a motel, a

restaurant, or a theater. Profits from the motel or restaurant will be affected by the availability of

gasoline and the number of tourists; profits from the theater will be relatively stable under any

conditions. The following payoff table shows the profit or loss that could result from each

investment:

2.

Weather Conditions

Investment

Shortage

Motel

Restaurant

Theater

Stable Supply

$-7,500

3000

5000

Surplus

$12,000

7,000

6,000

$23,000

6,500

4,000

Determine the best investment, using the following decision criteria.

1. Maximax

2. Maximin

3. Minimax regret

4. Hurwicz (? = 0.4)

5 equal likelihood 6 a concessions manager

5. Equal likelihood

6. A concessions manager at the Tech versus A&M football game must decide whether to have the

vendors sell sun visors or umbrellas. There is a 35% chance of rain, a 25% chance of overcast

skies, and a 40% chance of sunshine, according to the weather forecast in college junction,

where the game is to be held. The manager estimates that the following profits will result from

each decision, given each set of weather conditions:

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Decision

Rain

Sun visors

Umbrellas

Weather Conditions

Sunshine

0.25

$-200

0

0.40

$1,500

-800

Overcast

0.35

$-400

2,100

1. Compute the expected value for each decision and select the best one.

2. Develop the opportunity loss table and compute the expected opportunity loss for each decision.

3. Place-Plus, a real estate development firm, is considering several alternative development

projects. These include building and leasing an office park, purchasing a parcel of land and

building an office building to rent, buying and leasing a warehouse, building a strip mall, and

selling condominiums. The financial success of these projects depends on interest rate

movement in the next 5 years. The various development projects and their 5- year financial return

(in $1,000,000s) given that interest rates will decline, remain stable, or increase, are in the

following payoff table. Place-Plus real estate development firm has hired an economist to assign

a probability to each direction interest rates may take over the next 5 years. The economist has

determined that there is a

0.45probability that interest rates will decline, a 0.35 probability that rates will remain stable, and a

0.2 probability that rates will increase.

1. Using expected value, determine the best project.

2. Determine the expected value of perfect information.

3.

Interest Rate

Project

Decline

Office park

Office building

Warehouse

Mall

Condominiums

Stable

$0.4

2.5

1.7

0.8

3.2

Increase

$1.55

1.8

1.45

2.3

1.5

$3.5

2.75

1.5

3.5

0.5

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4. The director of career advising at Orange Community College wants to use decision analysis to

provide information to help students decide which 2-year degree program they should pursue.

The director has set up the following payoff table for six of the most popular and successful

degree programs at occ that shows the estimated

degree programs at OCC that shows the estimated 5-Year gross income ($) from each degree for

four future economic conditions:

5.

Economic Conditions

Degree Program

Recession

Graphic design

Nursing

Real estate

Medical technology

Culinary technology

Computer information technology

Average

150,000

160,000

125,000

135,000

110,000

130,000

Good

175,000

180,000

165,000

180,000

145,000

150,000

Robust

220,000

205,000

220,000

210,000

235,000

190,000

200,000

215,000

210,000

270,000

205,000

245,000

Determine the best degree program in terms of projected income, using the following decision criteria:

1. Maximax

2. Maximin

3. Equal likelihood

4. Hurwicz (?=0.4)

5. Construct a decision tree for the following decision situation and indicate the best decision.

Fenton and Farrah Friendly, husband-and-wife car dealers, are soon going to open a new dealership.

They have three offers: from a foreign compact car company, from a U.S. producer of full-sized cars, and

from a truck company. The success of each type of dealership will depend on how much gasoline is going

to be available during the next few years. The profit from each type of dealership, given the availability of

gas, is shown in the following payoff table:

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Gasoline Availability

Decision Tree diagram to

complete:

1

Dealership

Compact cars

Full-sized cars

Trucks

$25,000

-90,000

125,000

Shortage

0.7

$150,000

650,000

170,000

Surplus

0.3

Shortage 0.7

Shortage 0.7

Surplus 0.3

Surplus 0.3

Compact cars

Full-sized cars

Trucks

3

2

Surplus 0.3

Shortage 0.7

4

$250,000

150 00

$150,00

-$90,000

$650,000

$125,000

$170,000

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