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Take Test: MBCQ721D-Quantitative Techniques for Management Application-Jul19.-Assignment1

Take Test: MBCQ721D-Quantitative Techniques for Management Application-Jul19.-Assignment1
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Test Information Description MBCQ721D-Quantitative Techniques for Management Application- Assignment-1 Instructions
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Description
MBCQ721D-Quantitative Techniques for Management Application-
Assignment-1
Instructions
Center for Continuing Education - UPES
MBCQ721D-Quantitative Techniques for Management
Application
Assignment 1
Total Questions: 63
Total Marks: 100
Assignment Information :
The examination will consist of only Objective type (multiple choice)
questions requiring candidates to Mouse-click their correct choice of
alternatives against the related question number. The questions would
carry 1 to 5 marks each depending on the difficulty level of the question as
indicated in the table below:
Difficulty Level of Questions:
1 Mark - Direct, Memory based
2 Marks - Memory & Conceptual
3 Marks - Conceptual & Analytical
4 Marks - Analytical based on understanding of concepts
5 Marks - Application based on understanding of concepts
• The question paper will be for 100 marks and considering marks
allotted to each question, the total number of questions would be
around 63.

• There will not be negative marking for wrong answers.

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has submitted the assignment by mistake.
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submit the assignment. The number of attempts availed is
displayed under the "Test Information".
• The Highest Grade of the 3 attempts shall be considered for
grading.
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the effectiveness of particular combination of a

course of action and state of nature.

Payoffcombination of a course of action and state of nature. Payload Payfactor None QUESTION 2 4

Payloadof a course of action and state of nature. Payoff Payfactor None QUESTION 2 4 points

Payfactorof a course of action and state of nature. Payoff Payload None QUESTION 2 4 points

Noneof action and state of nature. Payoff Payload Payfactor QUESTION 2 4 points SavedSaved Decisions are

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Decisions are primarily concerned with day to day operations of the organization.

calculativeconcerned with day to day operations of the organization. Mechanical Operating Official QUESTION 3 4 points

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Operatingday operations of the organization. calculative Mechanical Official QUESTION 3 4 points SavedSaved probability

Officialof the organization. calculative Mechanical Operating QUESTION 3 4 points SavedSaved probability distributions

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probability distributions are those in which the random variable can take on only specific values.

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The given problem in dual is known as

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be solved manually when there are

two or three variables, in case of large number of variables

computing can be done through software only.

valuesof variables computing can be done through software only. Elements Formulaes Variables QUESTION 6 1 points

Elementscomputing can be done through software only. values Formulaes Variables QUESTION 6 1 points SavedSaved A

Formulaescomputing can be done through software only. values Elements Variables QUESTION 6 1 points SavedSaved A

Variablescan be done through software only. values Elements Formulaes QUESTION 6 1 points SavedSaved A Linear

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A Linear Programming problem is a special case of a scientific

Programming problem.

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data is one of the major resources of the organization, developed over a period of time and therefore needs to be properly managed and safeguarded.

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Falsetherefore needs to be properly managed and safeguarded. True QUESTION 8 1 points SavedSaved In personal

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In personal interviews, the information is likely to be more accurate

and reliable.

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Falseinformation is likely to be more accurate and reliable. True QUESTION 9 1 points SavedSaved The

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The mixed interviews are about complex and non-quantifiable

subject matter.

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If matrix B is subtracted from matrix A, the resultant matrix has the same dimensions as matrix A and B.

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A statement of equality containing one or more variable is known

as an policies

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Falsecontaining one or more variable is known as an policies True QUESTION 12 1 points SavedSaved

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Simple average is affected by extreme values in the data sets.

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Falseaverage is affected by extreme values in the data sets. True QUESTION 13 1 points SavedSaved

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The aim of the game is to determine how the players must select their respective strategies such that the pay-off is reduced

Truetheir respective strategies such that the pay-off is reduced False QUESTION 14 1 points SavedSaved An

Falserespective strategies such that the pay-off is reduced True QUESTION 14 1 points SavedSaved An average

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An average can be defined as a central value around which other values of series tend to cluster

Truevalue around which other values of series tend to cluster False QUESTION 15 1 points SavedSaved

Falsearound which other values of series tend to cluster True QUESTION 15 1 points SavedSaved Operating

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Operating Decisions are primarily concerned with day to day operations of the organization.

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Falsewith day to day operations of the organization. True QUESTION 16 1 points SavedSaved Click Save

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No player is aware of his opponent's choices until he decides his own.

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Falseof his opponent's choices until he decides his own. True QUESTION 18 1 points SavedSaved A

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A program is a set of instructions arranged in a logical sequence

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Falseis a set of instructions arranged in a logical sequence True QUESTION 19 1 points SavedSaved

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Two or more equations are said to be equivalent if they have the wrong solution.

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Falsesaid to be equivalent if they have the wrong solution. True QUESTION 20 1 points SavedSaved

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A numeric value that indicate the ratio of standard deviation to

mean is called coefficient of variation.

Truedeviation to mean is called coefficient of variation. False QUESTION 21 1 points SavedSaved Multiplying

Falsedeviation to mean is called coefficient of variation. True QUESTION 21 1 points SavedSaved Multiplying 'n'

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Multiplying 'n' observations of a data and taking their square root gives the harmonic mean.

Truea data and taking their square root gives the harmonic mean. False QUESTION 22 1 points

Falseand taking their square root gives the harmonic mean. True QUESTION 22 1 points SavedSaved Theory

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Theory of equations is frequently used in solving the problems of

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The control system function is to optimize the transformation of inputs into the desired Form.

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commercial averages are the applications of averages in commercial situations.

Trueare the applications of averages in commercial situations. False QUESTION 25 1 points SavedSaved The variables

Falsethe applications of averages in commercial situations. True QUESTION 25 1 points SavedSaved The variables can

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The variables can be classified as primary and secondary.

TrueThe variables can be classified as primary and secondary. False QUESTION 26 1 points SavedSaved evvp

Falsevariables can be classified as primary and secondary. True QUESTION 26 1 points SavedSaved evvp is

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evvp is the maximum obtainable expected monetary value based on perfect information as to which state of nature will occur.

Trueperfect information as to which state of nature will occur. False QUESTION 27 The objective should

Falseinformation as to which state of nature will occur. True QUESTION 27 The objective should be

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The objective should be defined implicitly

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motivating refers to both policy execution as well as policy development.

Trueto both policy execution as well as policy development. False QUESTION 29 1 points SavedSaved Click

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Function form only tells us that there is a relation between the variables.

Truetells us that there is a relation between the variables. False QUESTION 31 1 points SavedSaved

Falseus that there is a relation between the variables. True QUESTION 31 1 points SavedSaved A

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zero element in the transition matrix indicates that the transition

is

possible

Truematrix indicates that the transition is possible False QUESTION 32 1 points SavedSaved Data must be

Falsematrix indicates that the transition is possible True QUESTION 32 1 points SavedSaved Data must be

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Data must be numerically expressed in measurable units

TrueData must be numerically expressed in measurable units False QUESTION 33 1 points SavedSaved The data

FalseData must be numerically expressed in measurable units True QUESTION 33 1 points SavedSaved The data

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The data collected could be in terms of qualitative variables or in terms of quantitative variables.

Truequalitative variables or in terms of quantitative variables. False QUESTION 34 1 points SavedSaved Continuous

Falsevariables or in terms of quantitative variables. True QUESTION 34 1 points SavedSaved Continuous probability

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Continuous probability distributions are those in which the random variable can take on only specific values.

Truewhich the random variable can take on only specific values. False QUESTION 35 1 points SavedSaved

Falsethe random variable can take on only specific values. True QUESTION 35 1 points SavedSaved Central

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Central tendency refers to the middle point of a statistical distribution and is also known as an average

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Broadly there are three types of decisions including Strategic decisions, formal Decisions and Operating Decisions.

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faults may occur at any stage of enquiry, i.e., planning, collection, processing and analysis of data.

Truei.e., planning, collection, processing and analysis of data. False QUESTION 38 1 points SavedSaved If Maximum

Falseplanning, collection, processing and analysis of data. True QUESTION 38 1 points SavedSaved If Maximum value

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If Maximum value in row is equal to the minimum value in column, then saddle point exist

Trueto the minimum value in column, then saddle point exist False QUESTION 39 1 points SavedSaved

Falseto the minimum value in column, then saddle point exist True QUESTION 39 1 points SavedSaved

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random variables take on only whole number values

TrueSavedSaved random variables take on only whole number values False QUESTION 40 1 points SavedSaved A

Falserandom variables take on only whole number values True QUESTION 40 1 points SavedSaved A discrete

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A discrete probability distribution is sometimes called a probability mass function.

Trueis sometimes called a probability mass function. False QUESTION 41 1 points SavedSaved The difference

Falseis sometimes called a probability mass function. True QUESTION 41 1 points SavedSaved The difference between

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The difference between revenue and total production costs can be described as net profit.

Trueand total production costs can be described as net profit. False 1 points SavedSaved QUESTION 42

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For slow decision-making purposes, the subjective interpretation is

frequently required.

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Information, which is the processed form of data, refers to collection of numbers, letters, or symbols, maintained or produced for the mangement when required.

Truemaintained or produced for the mangement when required. False QUESTION 44 1 points SavedSaved We use

Falsemaintained or produced for the mangement when required. True QUESTION 44 1 points SavedSaved We use

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We use the word forecast when some logical method is used.

TrueWe use the word forecast when some logical method is used. False QUESTION 45 1 points

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Every decision making task results in an output which is the evidence of the decision taken.

Truein an output which is the evidence of the decision taken. False QUESTION 46 3 points

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A is a rectangular or square array of numbers arranged

into rows and columns, where the numbers acquire meaning from their position in the array.

Matrixnumbers acquire meaning from their position in the array. Vector Both None QUESTION 47 3 points

Vectoracquire meaning from their position in the array. Matrix Both None QUESTION 47 3 points SavedSaved

Bothmeaning from their position in the array. Matrix Vector None QUESTION 47 3 points SavedSaved In

Nonemeaning from their position in the array. Matrix Vector Both QUESTION 47 3 points SavedSaved In

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In exponential smoothing method of forecasting, a high value of α

is used if

demand is stablemethod of forecasting, a high value of α is used if demand is slightly unstable demand

demand is slightly unstableforecasting, a high value of α is used if demand is stable demand is shifting the

demand is shiftingα is used if demand is stable demand is slightly unstable the value of α doesn't

the value of α doesn't depend upon demand Click Save and Submit to save and

the value of α doesn't depend upon demand

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models play a very important role in

forecasting.

GeographicalThe models play a very important role in forecasting. Mathematical statistics None QUESTION 49 3 points

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Information, which is the processed form of data, refers to

collection of numbers, letters, or symbols, maintained or produced

for the

when required.

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Managementmaintained or produced for the when required. Organization Company All three QUESTION 50 2 points SavedSaved

Companyor produced for the when required. Organization Management All three QUESTION 50 2 points SavedSaved Satisfying

All threefor the when required. Organization Management Company QUESTION 50 2 points SavedSaved Satisfying refers to the

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Satisfying refers to the attainment of certain minimum

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TimeSatisfying refers to the attainment of certain minimum Work Labours Objectives QUESTION 51 2 points SavedSaved

Laboursrefers to the attainment of certain minimum Work Time Objectives QUESTION 51 2 points SavedSaved This

Objectivesto the attainment of certain minimum Work Time Labours QUESTION 51 2 points SavedSaved This decision-making

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This decision-making is referred to as the minimax-maximin principle to obtain the best possible selection of a strategy for the

Playerto obtain the best possible selection of a strategy for the Game Calculations Strategies QUESTION 52

Gamethe best possible selection of a strategy for the Player Calculations Strategies QUESTION 52 2 points

Calculationsbest possible selection of a strategy for the Player Game Strategies QUESTION 52 2 points SavedSaved

Strategiesselection of a strategy for the Player Game Calculations QUESTION 52 2 points SavedSaved is a

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is a type of Assignment problem.

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condition is the necessary and sufficient condition for determining the optimal solution any transportation problem.

Effectivedetermining the optimal solution any transportation problem. Formal Rim Demand QUESTION 54 In industry optimization

Formalthe optimal solution any transportation problem. Effective Rim Demand QUESTION 54 In industry optimization means the

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In industry optimization means the minimization of and the maximization of profits.

Costmeans the minimization of and the maximization of profits. Labour Land Time 2 points SavedSaved QUESTION

Labourthe minimization of and the maximization of profits. Cost Land Time 2 points SavedSaved QUESTION 55

Landminimization of and the maximization of profits. Cost Labour Time 2 points SavedSaved QUESTION 55 The

Timeof and the maximization of profits. Cost Labour Land 2 points SavedSaved QUESTION 55 The variables

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The variables can be classified in terms of

continuous and discreteQUESTION 55 The variables can be classified in terms of raw and processed primary and secondary

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In a game with two players, if the gain of one player is equal to the loss of another player, then the game is a two person game.

One-sumloss of another player, then the game is a two person game. All-sum Zero-sum Few-sum QUESTION

All-sumanother player, then the game is a two person game. One-sum Zero-sum Few-sum QUESTION 57 2

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transportation matrix.

problem can be tabulated in a matrix called

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Linerbe tabulated in a matrix called Mathemetical Geographical Transportation QUESTION 59 2 points SavedSaved Each

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Each variable represents a distinct dimension of the making task.

Decisionvariable represents a distinct dimension of the making task. Policy Holder Formulator All Three QUESTION 60

Policy Holderrepresents a distinct dimension of the making task. Decision Formulator All Three QUESTION 60 2 points

Formulatordimension of the making task. Decision Policy Holder All Three QUESTION 60 2 points SavedSaved The

All Threeof the making task. Decision Policy Holder Formulator QUESTION 60 2 points SavedSaved The degeneracy occurs

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The degeneracy occurs in the transportation problem when we find and observe that if the numbers of occupied cells are less than the total number of rows plus columns minus one).

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IFSthan the total number of rows plus columns minus one). FCS FSC FFC QUESTION 61 2

FSCthe total number of rows plus columns minus one). FCS IFS FFC QUESTION 61 2 points

FFCtotal number of rows plus columns minus one). FCS IFS FSC QUESTION 61 2 points SavedSaved

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In a pay-off matrix, the minimum value in each row represents the

minimum

for player A.

Lossvalue in each row represents the minimum for player A. Reduction Posotivities Gain QUESTION 62 2

Reductionvalue in each row represents the minimum for player A. Loss Posotivities Gain QUESTION 62 2

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Gainthe minimum for player A. Loss Reduction Posotivities QUESTION 62 2 points SavedSaved The variety of

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variety of reasons, other satisfying options may be selected and acted upon.

model identifies the optimal way, but for a

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strategy is the decision rule which is always followed by the player to select the particular course of action.

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Bigthe player to select the particular course of action. Clean Formal Pure Click Save and Submit

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