Question 1. How many statements are true? (A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 3 (E) 4
Statement 1. Scheduled receipts are future receipts of past order releases
Statement 2. The MPS contains the GR of the end item.
Statement 3. The POR is the inventory policy of the MRP
Statement 4. MRP minimizes cost.
Part 2. Questions 2,3,4.
Consider the enditem weekly MRPs for May 1 with Qd missing in each MRP. Match the correct MRP with the proper lot size discipline.
MRP A 
51 
58 
515 
522 
529 

GR 
125 
62 
31 
20 

SR 
45 
LT=2 

PSB 
200 
120 
58 
27 
18 
SS=15 

POR 
11 
Qd= ? 

MRP B 

GR 
125 
62 
31 
20 

SR 
45 
LT=2 

PSB 
200 
120 
58 
27 
17 
SS=15 

POR 
10 
Qd= ? 

MRP C 

GR 
125 
62 
31 
20 

SR 
45 
LT=2 

PSB 
200 
120 
58 
27 
15 
SS=15 

POR 
8 
Qd= ? 

MRP D 

GR 
125 
62 
31 
20 

SR 
45 
LT=2 

PSB 
200 
120 
58 
27 
16 
SS=15 

POR 
9 
Qd= ? 
Question 2. For Qd=5, which MRP is correct? (A) MRP A (B) MRP B (C) MRP C (D) MRP D (E) none of the above Question 3. For Qd=9+, which MRP is correct? (A) MRP A (B) MRP B (C) MRP C (D) MRP D (E) none of the above Question 4. For Qd=LFL, which MRP is correct? (A) MRP A (B) MRP B (C) MRP C (D) MRP D (E) none of the above

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3,1. Suppose that the price of an asset at close of trading
yesterday was $350 and its volatility was estimated as 1.4Voper
day. The price at the close of trading today is $347. Update the
volatility estimate using
(a) The EWMA model with A = 0.95,
(b) The GARCFI(1,1) model with tir = 0.000003, o= 0.05, and B =
Q.<15. (5)
3.2 The number of visitors to websites follows the power law in
equation (10.1) with q = 2.
Suppose that 1 .5% of sites get 550 or more visitors per day. What
percentage of sites get
(a) 1,500 more visitors per day
(b) 2,500 or more visitors per day
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For example, a definite integral of a velocity function gives the accumulated distance over the period. You should also be growing more comfortable with how the units work – for example, integrating meters per second with respect to seconds gives meters.Your job is to find an article that refers to a definite integral. It is possible that you will be able to find an explicit mention of a definite integral. Much more likely, though, the definite integral will be implied – the article will actually be about accumulated change. You may look on the Internet, or in any newspaper, magazine, or trade journal. Your example must come from a setting outside of calculus. In particular, you may not use any example from our textbook, any other math textbook, or any other discussion of calculus you find online.
1. A copy of the article with complete source information. Highlight or write the part of the article that mentions the definite integral. 2. Write a few sentences telling what the integrand (the function inside the integral) represents, what the limits of integration are, and what the definite integral represents.3. Assign some letters to the variables here. Using the letters/variables you have chosen, write the definite integral that you have found. Show that the units work properly in your example. (I do not expect you to compute anything here.)
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"Brief Discuss Homogeneous Differential Equations."
This is the presentation topic of my Subject Differential
Equation
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What are some valuable life skills that learning math sharpens or improves?
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a. Prove that for any vector space, if an inverse exists, then it must be unique.
b. Prove that the additive inverse of the additive inverse will be the original vector.
c. Prove that the only way for the magnitude of a vector to be zero is if in fact the vector is the zero vector.
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In each case below either show that the statement is True or give an example showing that it is False.
(V) If {x1, x2, . . . xk, xk+1, . . . xn} is a basis of R n and U = span{x1, . . . xk} and V = span{xk+1 . . . xn}, then U ∩ V = {0}.
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1. Solve the following word problem. You should get infinite solutions. So find the pattern for them and give a range of t values that is possible based on the word problem. A trucking company plans on buying 4 kinds of trucks: a pickup, a small flatbed, a large flatbed, and a dump truck. The pickup needs one worker to operate, 4 hours of maintenance and 3 hours of cleaning. The small flatbed needs one worker to operate, 1 hour of maintenance and 1 hour of cleaning. The large flatbed needs one worker to operate, 3 hours of maintenance and 2 hours of cleaning. The dump truck needs 2 workers to operate, 3 hours of maintenance and 2 hours of cleaning. If the company has exactly 46 workers, exactly 140 hours for maintenance and exactly 112 hours for cleaning. How many of each kind of truck should they purchase?
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Apply the Laplace Transform to solve the initial value problems
1. y' + 2y = 2cos(3t) , y(0) = 1
2. y''  3y' + 2y = 2  10e^{3t} , y(0) = 1 , y'(0)= 1
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Question H:
Let’s keep using the AMradio style signal from Question G: f(x) = sin(12x) * sin(x) on [0,2*pi].
It’s okay to use Wolfram Alpha or Desmos to do the following integrals.
i)
Integral 
Numeric result 
(1/pi)*integral of f(x)*cos(1x) dx from 0 to 2pi 

(1/pi)*integral of f(x)*cos(2x) dx from 0 to 2pi 

Etc., with cos(3x) 

...cos(4x)... 

...cos(5x)... 

...cos(6x)... 

...cos(7x)... 

...cos(8x)... 

...cos(9x)... 

...cos(10x)... 

...cos(11x)... 

...cos(12x)... 

...cos(13x)... 

...cos(14x)... 
ii) What do you get if you graph 0.5*cos(11x)+0.5*cos(13x) ?
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What are neural networks, what is their purpose, and what practical applications for these networks in medicine can you think of? Be brief in terms of the applications and examples, but you must be able to introduce and explain the concept of a neural network, clearly showing your understanding of the theory and briefly showing your practical vision.
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