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ISyE 6650 Exam # 1 Spring 2005
 

Summary: ISyE 6650 Exam # 1
Spring 2005
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Please be neat and show all your work so that I can give you partial credit.
GOOD LUCK.
Question 1
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Question 3
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(40) 1. Two players A and B take turns to play on a gaming machine. All plays
are independent. A plays first. On his turn, A can score a success against the
machine with probability a; B with probability b. The first to score a success
wins. (If A scores a success in the first game, B never plays).
(15) (a) What is the probability that A wins the game?
(15) (b) What is the expected number of games that A plays?
(10) (c) What is the expected number of games that B plays?
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(30) 2. A machine produces two items per day. The probability that an item is
non-defective is p. Defective items are thrown away instantly. The demand is

  

Source: Ayhan, Hayriye - School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

 

Collections: Engineering