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A company is deciding to choose between two mutually exclusive projects A and B. Project

QUANTITATIVE METHODS   A company is deciding to choose between two mutually exclusive projects A and B. Project   Note : Attempt only 8 Questions A company is deciding to choose between two mutually exclusive projects A and B. Project A requires an initial investment of Rs. 3,00,000 and is expected to generate cash flow…
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KSBM – Quantitative Methods Write a note on the economic interpretation of the dual.Explain the transportation method of solving a transportation problem . Also give its schematic

Write a note on the economic  Quantitative Methods Questions: Q1. A manufacturer o f baby doll s makes three types of dolls: Doll A , Doll B , and Doll C Processing of these dolls is done on three machines , M1 , M2 and M3 . Doll A requires 2 hours on ma chine…
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KSBM – QUANTITATIVE METHODS-It is said that management is equivalent to decision-making Do you agree

It is said that management is equivalent to decision-making Do you agree QUANTITATIVE METHODS   It is said that management is equivalent to decision-making. Do you agree? Explain. All quantitative techniques have hardly any real-life applications.” Do you agree with the statement? Discuss. A company manufactures 3 types of parts which use precious metals platinum and…
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Quality Management List and explain in detail various techniques to sustain continuous improvement.Do those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol assume the risk of getting

List and explain in detail various Quality Management Question: Q1.Working as an individual, evaluate one or more of the following organizations concerning the role of the senior managers. a) Large Bank b) Health-care facility c) University academic department d) Large department store e) Manufacturing facility Q2. Is the main concern of most consumers the price…
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Quantitative Method – A company manufacturers around 150 mopeds. The daily production varies from 146 to 154 depending upon the availability of raw materials and other working conditions.

A company manufacturers around 150 mopeds. The daily production varies from 146 to 154 depending upon the availability of raw materials and other working conditions. QUANTITATIVE METHODS   Note : Attempt only 8 Questions A company is deciding to choose between two mutually exclusive projects A and B. Project A requires an initial investment of…
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Quantitative Methods – What is model and give 4 examples . State their properties , advantages and limitation

What is model and give 4 examples . State their properties , advantages and limitation Quantitative Methods   What is model and give 4 examples . State their properties , advantages and limitation. What are the types of inventories ? explain What is replacement problem ? Describe some important replacement situation and policies ? What…
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Quantitative Methods 1- What is a linear programming problem? Discuss the scope and role of linear programming in solving management problems. Discuss and describe the role of

What is a linear programming problem  Quantitative Methods 1 Questions: Q1. What is a linear programming problem? Discuss the scope and role of linear programming in solving management problems. Discuss and describe the role of linear programming in managerial decision-making bringing out limitations, if any. Q2. Explain the concept and computational steps of the simplex…
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Quantitative Methods-The bulbs manufactured by a company gave a mean life of 3000 hours with standard deviation of 400 hours. If a bulb is selected at random, what is the probab

The bulbs manufactured by a company Quantitative Methods   Questions: CASE 1 The bulbs manufactured by a company gave a mean life of 3000 hours with standard deviation of 400 hours. If a bulb is selected at random, what is the probability it will have a mean life less than 2000 hours? 1) Calculate the…
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Quantitative Techniques 1-What is degeneracy? How does the problem of degeneracy arise in a transportation problem? How can we deal with this problem?Give the various sequencing

What is degeneracy? How does the problem  Quantitative Techniques 1    Questions: Q1. a) “Statistics is the nerve center for Operations Research.” Discuss. b) State any four areas for the application of OR techniques in Financial    Management, how it improves the performance of the organization. Q2. At the beginning of a month, a lady has…
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The cost of fuel in running of an engine is proportional to the square

Quantitative Methods   The cost of fuel in running of an engine is proportional to the square of the speed CASE STUDY (20 Marks) The cost of fuel in running of an engine is proportional to the square of the speed and is Rs 48 per hour for speed of 16 kilometers per hour. Other…
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Three numbers, whose sum is 12, are in AP. If 1,2 and 6 are added to them, the resulting numbers

Quantitative Methods Three numbers, whose sum is 12, are in AP. If 1,2 and 6 are added to them, the resulting numbers Total Marks: 80 Note : All Questions are Compulsory Each Question Carries Equal Marks Three numbers, whose sum is 12, are in AP. If 1,2 and 6 are added to them, the resulting…
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What are the problems while estimating the budget

  Quantitative Methods   What are the problems while estimating the budget   Case Studies (20 Marks) Linear Programming Lexicographic Goal Programming is used to solve a series of Linear Programming Model. This programming is used wen . a goal has to be attained on•priority basis. Revenue budgeting is being used to decide budget instead…
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What are the problems while estimating the budget

  Quantitative Methods   What are the problems while estimating the budget   Case Studies Multi Criteria Decision Making (20 Marks) MCDA. (multi criteria decision analysis) is considered to be one of the fastest growing research operations in the last several years. The researcher focus towards MCDA led to development of many different approaches and…
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What role does MCDA play in decision making

Quantitative Methods   What role does MCDA play in decision making   Case Studies Multi Criteria Decision Making (20 Marks) MCDA. (Multi criteria decision analysis) is considered to be one of the fastest growing research operations in the last several years. The researcher focus towards MCDA led to development of many different approaches and ways…
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XAVIER – Quantitative Techniques Distinguish between decision making under certainty and decision making under uncertainty. Mention certain methods for solving decision problems under uncer

Distinguish between decision Quantitative Techniques   Question: Q1. Distinguish between decision making under certainty and decision making under uncertainty. Mention certain methods for solving decision problems under uncertainty. Discuss how these methods can be applied to solve decision problems. Q2. Distinguish between probability and non-probability sampling. Elucidate the reasons for the use of non-probability sampling…
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