Assignment 1.1
Review Question 4:
I agree with all the characteristics of professionalism that are described in this book. Professionals adhere to a code of ethics; these include responsibilities to the public, employers, customers, and colleagues. Professionals create organizations to help them share (peer-to-peer) training, values, and skills. Though there are similarities between trade workers and professionals, each seeking to further their education in their chosen fields. Professionals are more involved in the education of their fields by creating organizations. These organizations work with colleges to help standardize and provide education that meets a career’s changing needs, employ competent faculty, and introduce new technologies. It also promotes and authenticates the profession. Chapter Test Questions pg.17&18 1-8:

1. A, B, D, E, F
2. B, C, D, E
3. A, B ,C, E
4. A, B, D, E ,H
5. D
6. A,B
7. A, C, D, E
8. A
Description of a Trade or Craft:
A trade or craft is a skill learned through school or apprenticeship that usually involves working with your hands rather than intellectually. They do not have organizations that monitor their members or have a code of conduct. Chapter Test Questions pg.32&33 1-9

1. Mission, Ideology, Vision
2. A
3. C
4. A
5. Specific, Measureable, Assignable, Realistic, Time related 6. True
7. A, B, C, D, E
8. True
9. C

A corporation’s goals reflect its general purpose and direction. Objectives are observable and measureable results that contribute toward meeting the general corporations goals.

...ISyE 3133B Spring 2011
Assignment 1
Assigned on Friday 1/14/2011
Due by 10:00am on Wednesday 1/19/2011
1. Expand the following summations:
(For example, the answer to part (a) is x1 + x2 + x3 .)
(a)
(c)
3
i=1 xi
3
t
t=1 2 w2t
(b)
(d)
3
i=1
5
n=3
4
j=2 (xi + yij )
n+3
m=n+1 xn ym
2
3
2. Consider the following two vectors: x = 1 and y = 1 .
4
2
(a) What is dimension of x and y?
(b) Compute x + 2y.
(c) Compute ||x − y||.
(d) Compute xT (x + y).
(e) Compute x2 y1 .
3. Consider the following system of equations with unknowns x1 , x2 and x3 :
x1 = 3x2 − 2x1 + 4 − x3
x2 + 2x1 = 4
4x1 + x2 − 3x3 = 6 − x2
Express this system in matrix vector notation in the form of
Ax = b
where x = (x1 , x2 , x3 ) is the vector of unknowns. What is the matrix A and vector b? Compute
A−1 (you can use a calculator) if it exists and solve the system if it is solvable.
4. Let A be an invertible m × m matrix, b be an m × 1 vector, C be an m × n matrix, and d be an m × 1
vector. What is the dimension of the following expression:
(b + A−1 d) C ?
5. Consider the function
f (x, y) =
x2
.
1 + xy
Write an expression for its gradient f (x, y), i.e. the vector of partial derivatives. What is the dimension
of the gradient vector? Evaluate the gradient at the point (1, 2).
1
...

...Homework Assignment 1
Due date: 21 Feb. 2010
A farmer wishes to transport a truckload of eggs from city 1 to city 2 through a road network as above. The truck will incur a certain amount of breakage on each road segment, where the % value shown on the network is the percentage of eggs broken if the truck passes the road arc. How should the truck be routed to minimize the total breakage?
(1) Formulate the problem as a shortest path problem (showing the resulted shortest path problem such as drawing the network and specifying arc costs).
(2) Solve the problem by Dijkstra’s algorithm.
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Optional Questions (no submission required)
Suppose that a shortest path from node 1 to node 2 has been found. Let the cost be C.
(1) If, for all arcs in the network, the cost is increased by k times, k>0, will the shortest path change?
(2) If, for all arcs in the network, the cost is increased by a constant k, k>0, will the shortest path change?
(3) If, for all arcs starting from node 1, the cost is increased by a constant k, k>0, will the shortest path change?
(4) If, for one arc on the shortest path, the cost is increased by a constant k, k>0, will the new shortest path cost be C+k?
(5) If, for one arc on the shortest path, the cost is decreased by a constant k, k>0, will the new shortest path cost be C-k?
Ans(1):
First convert the % lost into efficiency as below:
Then define the cost of each arc as...

...
Homework Chapter 6 Problems
1, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17
1.Visiting Guatemala spot rate on the GTQ/€ cross rate GTQ 10.5799/€ Spot rate on €/reais cross rate €0.4462/R$
a. What’s the Brazilian reais/GTQ cross rate?
R/GTQ = GTQ/€ * €/R 10.5799*0.4462 =
ANSWER: = 4.72075
b. How many quetzals will Isaac get for his reais?
4.72075*4,500 =
ANSWER: = 21,243.38 GTQ
10.Swiss Franc SF 12,000,000 can you make a profit from triangular arbitrage?
Mt fuji bank ¥ 92.00/$
Mt rushmore bank SF 1.02/$
Mt blanc bank ¥ 90.00/SF
SF TO ¥ $ TO ¥ ¥ to SF
12,000,000/1.02 = 11,764,705.8824 * 92 = 1,082,352,941.1765 / 90 = 12,026,143.7908
ANSWER: profit of 26,143.791
12. Citibank NYC 0.7551 and .7561/€ Barclays London 0.7545 and .7575/€
1 million georgraphic arbitrage profit with 2 different exchange quotes.
ANSWER
1,000,000/.7561 * .7545 = 997,883.878 LOSS
1,000,000/.7575 *.7551= 996,831.683 LOSS
13.Bs pre float fix Bs 778/$ to Bs 1025/$
a. The government devalued the Bs then it depreciated in the market
b. The value changed by -24.098% 778-1025/1025 * 100 = -24.10%
15. Forward premium on dollar (Home) spot rate is € 1.330/$ three month FW is €1.3400/$
Indirect= spot-forward/forward 1.330-1.340/1.340 * 360/90 *100 = -2.9851 %
Answer The dollar is selling at -2.985% discount over the euro. The euro is selling at
premium over the dollar.
16. Forward...

...UMUC - CMIS102
Homework 1
The task at hand is to design a program, using pseudocode, which will calculate the square feet of a house with no more than four rooms. It must be additionally assumed that each of these rooms is rectangular. The required output is the accurate calculation of the aggregate square footage of these rooms. The required input to arrive at this output is the length and width of each of the rooms, the multiplication of each individual room length and width, and the sum of the combined multiplication results. The required output will be obtained through proper declaration of each variable, which consists of multiple floating point values. For my analysis the length of a room will be represented as L plus a number to identify the room, such as L1. The width will similarly be represented as W1, and the area, or length times width, as A1. The resulting output, or sum of all A values, will be calculated. The following is a list of the required input and resulting output.
RoomName as String
L1 as Float
L2 as Float
L3 as Float
L4 as Float
W1 as Float
W2 as Float
W3 as Float
W4 as Float
A1=L1*W1
A2=L2*W2
A3=L3*W3
A4=L4*W4
TotalSqFt=A1+A2+A3+A4
Using this design, The following pseudocode has been produced:
Main module
Declare Room1Name as String
Declare Room2Name as String
Declare Room3Name as String
Declare Room4Name as String
Declare YorN as Character
Declare Room1Length As Float
Declare Room2Length As...

...
Project Charter
Project Name:
Youth Recreational Center Project
Project Start Date:
November 1, 2015
Project Type:
Urban Development
Project Est. End Date:
August 25, 2016
Budget Information:
$350,000 has been allocated for this project. With 80 hours per week of work time (weather conditions permitting).
Project Leadership
Project Sponsor:
Project Leader:
Bobby Byars
Project Members:
Project Members:
Project Members:
Project Members:
Project Members:
Project Members:
Subject Matte Expert:
Project description summary
This project is to improve the Sealy community; this will give the youth somewhere to hang out and something positive to do with their down time. This project will entail the design and building of a building facility that will have a basketball court, video games, as well as classrooms for motivational teaching and encouragement for children between the ages of 7 to 17.
The project has a budget of $350,000.
1. Problem Statement/Issue
Lack of an adequate place for kids to hang out and be safe to be rectified by August 25, 2016
2. High Level Measurable Project Goals
Build the facility within the budget of $350,000
Complete the project by August 25,2016
Ensure that the facility is suitable and safe for the children aged 7 to 17
3. Project Scope (In Scope and Out of Scope)
The project will include:
Design and building of a facility for the children
Getting community approval
Getting proper legal permits
4....

...ACCT552
Week 1 Homework Assignment
1. You are on a tight budget and need to decide among the following 3 texting plans:
Plan A: Pay $0.10 per text
Plan B: Pay a fixed monthly fee of $15 for up to 500 texts per month and $0.08 for each text over the 500.
Plan C: Pay a fixed monthly fee of $25 for up to 1,000 texts per month and $0.05 for each text over the 1,000.
Requirements
a. Draw a graph of the total monthly cost of the three plans for different levels of texting.
b. Which plan should you choose if you expect to make:
240 texts per month? Plan B
# Text
Cost
Total Cost
Plan A
240
0.1
$ 24.00
Plan B
240
0.08
$ 15.00
Plan C
240
0.05
$ 25.00
780 texts per month? Plan C
# Text
Cost
Total Cost
Plan A
780
0.1
$ 78.00
Plan B
780
0.08
$ 37.40
Plan C
780
0.05
$ 25.00
1,250 texts per month? Plan C
# Text
Cost
Total Cost
Plan A
1250
0.1
$ 125.00
Plan B
1250
0.08
$ 75.00
Plan C
1250
0.05
$ 37.50
2. In 3–4 sentences, define the following terms and give two examples of each:
a. Direct Materials Cost.
Direct materials costs are the costs directly associated with the materials required in the manufacturing process to produce a finished product to sell. In a lumber mill the natural resource, the logs, are the direct materials used in the manufacturing process to produce the final lumber products.
b. Direct Manufacturing-Labor Costs.
Direct Manufacturing labor costs are the hourly labor costs associated with...

...Homework 1_Key
BCH2333 Winter 2015
Topics covered: review, Chemical Evolution, Water, Non-covalent bonds, Acid/base, pH
1.
i) Convert using scientific notation to liters: 4 nanoliters, 4 x 10-9 L, 20
microliters, 2x10-5 L, 35 milliliters, 3.5 x 10-2 L, 10 deciliters, 1 L, 7 kiloliters 7 x 103 L
ii) Convert using scientific notation to grams: 6 mg, 6 x 10-3 g, 21 µg, 2.1 x 10-5 g,
503 ng, 5.03 x 10-7 g, 10 kg, 1 x 104 g
2. Which of the following properties of water explains its ability to dissolve acetic acid?
(there may be more than one correct answer)
a. The high surface tension of water, which is due to the formation of hydrogen
bonds between adjacent water molecules.
b. The ability to serve as a buffer, absorbing protons given off by acetic acid.
c. The ability to orient water molecules so that their polarities neutralize the
ions formed when the acid dissociates.
d. The ability to form hydrogen bonds with the carbonyl and the hydroxyl
groups of acetic acid.
3. The pH of a solution is equal to:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
the hydrogen ion concentration H+
log [H+]
-log[H+]
ln[H+]
-ln[H+]
4. Physiological pH is 7.4. What is the hydrogen ion concentration of a solution at
physiological pH?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
-7.4 M
0.6 M
0.6 X 10-8 M
1 X 10-8 M
4 X 10-8 M
5. What is the pH of a 10-3 M solution of HCl?
pH = 3
6. What is the pH of a 10-10 M solution of HCl? Why? pH = 7. Pure water has 10-7 M
H+. The H+ from 10-10 M HCl will not appreciably increase the concentration of H+...

...Homework 1
Parsons
Core Finance
Homework 1
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Question 1
You are head of a Family Endowment for the Arts. You have decided to fund a music school in
San Diego in perpetuity. You will give the school $1 million immediately, and subsequent
annual $1 million dollar payments growing at the rate of inflation, which you estimate to be 3%
per year (i.e., you will contribute $1,000,000 plus inflation next year (one year from today), the
year after, the year after, etc.,). If the interest rate is 8% per year, what is the present value of
your gift?
Question 2
Your friend has a business she wants you to value. The business will not generate any money
for the next three years, but in the fourth year it will start turning a profit and will make a
payment (the first payment) of $150,000 to the owners at the end of the fourth year. Your
friend expects to be able to grow the business, and the payments made to the owners, by 4%
per year forever, and the owners will receive their payments at year end. If the appropriate
discount rate is 14%, what is the value of the business today?
Question 3
Pauli found a book on Finance in a garbage can. After reading it, he tells Silvio that if Silvio
will give him $10,000/year for five years with the first payment at the end of this year, then he
will give Silvio $10,000/year forever with the first payment occurring at the end of year 6.
Silvio’s next-best...