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Constructing A Modified Control Chart,The X-Bar And R Values


Constructing A Modified Control Chart,The X-Bar And R Values

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Problem 1 (25 points)

The x-bar and R values for 20 samples of size five are shown in the following table. Specifications on this product have been established as 0.550 ± 0.02.

 

Sample Number Xbar R
1 0.549 0.0025
2 0.548 0.0021
3 0.548 0.0023
4 0.551 0.0029
5 0.553 0.0018
6 0.552 0.0017
7 0.55 0.002
8 0.551 0.0024
9 0.553 0.0022
10 0.556 0.0028
11 0.547 0.002
12 0.545 0.003
13 0.549 0.0031
14 0.552 0.0022
15 0.55 0.0023
16 0.548 0.0021
17 0.556 0.0019
18 0.546 0.0018
19 0.55 0.0021
20 0.551 0.0022

 

 

  1. Construct a modified control chart with three sigma limits, assuming that if the true process fraction non conforming is as large as 1%, the process is unacceptable.

 

 

  1. Suppose that if the true process fraction nonconforming is as large as 1%, we would like an acceptance control chart to detect this out of control condition with probability 0.90. Construct this acceptance control chart and compare it to the chart obtained in part

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CSE2/4DBF (2018) – Assignment 1


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PROBLEM DESCRIPTION:
House2Home Franchise Application Database System
House2Home is a retail chain that operates throughout Australia and some foreign countries. Their main
business revenue is generated from selling computers, home electronics and furniture. Originally, the central
operational team manages all of the House2Home retail shops. However, due to the business changes, the
company increasingly franchise out their departments to different franchisee teams. So far, the franchise
application process has been handled using a paper based system. With the continuous growth of the retail
chain, House2Home wants to automate the application and selection process in Australia. For the automated
web-based system to work, they need an underlying database that can cater for the relevant data. They have
asked for a solution that will work best to support their business process, which is described below.
The company has many stores spread across Australia. To keep track of each store, the company wants to
store information such as unique store identification number, store address (including street & number,
suburb, postcode and state), weekdays operating hours and weekend operating hours.
The departments of each store are autonomous. A department is the unit of operation that is managed by a
franchisee team. A store can have several departments such as computers, electronics, beddings, furniture
and so on. A department with a unique id belongs to exactly one store. Other information pertaining to a
department are title of the department (i.e. computers) and number of employees.
The franchise application database also needs to store information about employees of House2Home as some
of them are eligible to submit a team application for franchise of a department. Each employee has an
employee id. The name, phone number, email address, home address, date-of-birth and gender of an
employee are also recorded by the company for convenience. Based on the nature of employment, there are
three types of employees in House2Home, i.e. casual, part-time and full-time. Casual employees have a casual
hourly rate. Casual and part-time employees are both not eligible for paid annual leave. Only full-time
employees are eligible for paid annual leave and the number of days they are eligible for are recorded against
each employee along with their annual salary. For each part-time employee, the weekly working hours and
annual salary are recorded.
Each employee is also categorized as either a local or a central employee. Local employees are those who
work for the department but do not have any affiliation with the central management. Central employees are
assigned to a department by the House2Home central management. The central employees have a central
authentication number or CANumber apart from their departmental employee ID. The CANumber is
recorded in the database for the convenience of the franchisee team. The central employees are not allowed
to operate the sales software used in the store. Only the local employees are allocated with EFTPOS IDs
using which they can process sales for customers in the store. Employees are assigned to a department, not a
store and are managed by that department’s franchisees.
As a private limited company, House2Home has many shareholders who are direct stakeholders of the
company’s business. According to company policy, only a full-time employee or a shareholder can apply
to become part of the franchisee team of a department. Also, a full-time employee must have at least 10
years of experience with House2Home before joining a franchisee team. Information about every shareholder
is stored in the records including their ID, name, address, number of shares and so on. The central
management stores further information about which shares are owned by a particular shareholder but this
does not concern the system that deals with the franchise application process.
A number of team members, who are either full-time employees or shareholders, must form a team before
applying for a franchise. Each team member is assigned a team member ID to be tracked easily. A team is
also identified by an ID and headed by one member of the team. Each team has a name that the team members
can pick. According to current policies, a franchisee team must have at least 2 members and can have at most
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4 members. A franchise team member can belong to a number of teams. The percentage of profit share of a
team member in a particular team is also recorded.
Each franchise application, made for a particular department by a specific team, is currently stored in a file.
An application has a unique application number, application date, date on which a decision was made and
the application status. A team can lodge any number of applications but each application can be made for
exactly one department. According to the current business process, a team submits a “Franchise Application
Form” (Appendix A) to formally apply for a franchise of a department. The application form contains
information about the team and individual team members including the information about the team leader.
When a new department opens up, the formal launch of the department’s business is held-off by the
management until a suitable franchise is assigned.
When the assessments of different applications are finalized, a department is assigned a franchisee team, who
take all the responsibilities of that department. There can be many departments across Australia that a single
franchisee team manages, but each department of a store is managed by one franchisee team.
There are some financial aspects associated with the franchise application process. For instance, when a team
is selected to take up the responsibilities of a department, they need to pay an initial franchise fee of AU$
100,000. Other transactions include commission on sale and maintenance fees. All the transactions between
a franchisee team and the central management are handled through company accounts. Each department has
a designated account through which franchisee pay different fees and receive commissions on sales. An
account is identified by an account number and has an account name. Moreover, the account balance indicates
how much money the management owes to the franchise team (positive balance) and how much money the
franchise team owes to the management (negative balance).
Although the details of sales transactions are not part of the franchise database, a weekly sales report is still
kept in the database for the commission calculations. Each department generates a weekly sales report on
Sundays based on the sales transactions for the week. Each report contains a report ID, the start and end dates
of the sale period, total amount of sales made by the department and a commission amount (based on
commission percentage) to be paid to the franchise team. Apart from these top-level details, the report also
contains information about the bestselling brand for the week. Information includes brand ID and name.
Additionally, most sold item type, average sales price for that type is also mentioned in the report. At the end
of each week, a single employee of the department is awarded with a weekly bonus based on his/her
performance for the week. Hence, the employee who has made the maximum amount of sales for the week
also appears in the report. For a comprehensive view, a sample weekly sales report is given in Appendix B.
The first weekly sales report of a newly launched department is generated at the end of the first week of
launch. It is important for the database designer to understand that any information regarding brands, item
types and employee performance is being extracted from the (separate) sales database (which we do not cover
here). Hence, the referential integrity constraints, for these items only, is not a concern within the scope of
the franchise application database.
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TASKS:
You are required to develop an EER model for the above problem description. The EER should
contain all necessary information such as entities, attributes, primary keys, relationships (including
specialization/generalization if any), cardinalities, and participation (including (min, max)). All
specialization/generalization and union type must be represented accordingly, instead being treated
as simple association relationships. Any assumptions should also be stated clearly. If assumptions
are made, it is important to make sure that the assumptions reflect possible real practice for a
particular industry and do not contradict with the problem description above. Assignment should
be typed, not written/drawn by hand. Use any software to draw figures in your assignment.
[100%]
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Appendix A: Franchise Application Form
Franchise Application Form
Each team member should read the following instructions before filling up this form:
*Upon approval of the application the team needs to deposit the initial franchise fee of AU $100,000 into a
designated account within 7 business days.
*This application form should be treated in a confidential manner and should not be disclosed outside the
members of the team.
Franchisee Information (Section A)
Team name:
Number of team members:
Application date:
Store ID:
Store address:
Department:
(Tick one)

Computers
Electronics
Furniture
Bedding
Details of Team Members (Section B)
Please note that the percentage of share for each member is the percentage of profit share within the
team. Also, upon approval of the franchise, each member will be assigned a team member ID and the
team leader will be notified.
Member 1:
Name:
S.H ID/Employee ID:
Percentage of share:
Previous or existing franchise: Yes/No
Previous or existing franchise team ID:
By signing below this team member consents to
his/her percentage of share mentioned above.
Signature:
Member 2:
Name:
S.H ID/Employee ID:
Percentage of share:
Previous or existing franchise: Yes/No
Previous or existing franchise team ID:
By signing below this team member consents to
his/her percentage of share mentioned above.
Signature:
Member 3:
Name:
S.H ID/Employee ID:
Percentage of share:
Previous or existing franchise: Yes/No
Previous or existing franchise team ID:
By signing below this team member consents to
his/her percentage of share mentioned above.
Signature:
Member 4:
Name:
S.H ID/Employee ID:
Percentage of share:
Previous or existing franchise: Yes/No
Previous or existing franchise team ID:
By signing below this team member consents to
his/her percentage of share mentioned above.
Signature:
Team leader (Please circle member number): M1–M2–M3–M4
Team leader signat
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Approval and ID Assignment (Section C: Administrative Use Only)
Application number:
Instruction for approver: Please cross off the previous decision status and update the decision date
appropriately.
Decision status:
Granted
Under review
Rejected
Decision date:
Team ID:
(If franchise is granted)
Team member IDs will be generated based on team ID. Each team member ID will be team ID followed by
member number. E.g. TeamIDM1, TeamIDM2, etc.
Approver:
Approver signatu
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Appendix B: Weekly Sales Report
Weekly Sales Report
Net Sales and Franchisee Commissions
Report ID: R100
Department ID: D001
Store ID: S001
Store address: 121 Bell Street, Preston, VIC 3072
Week start date: 29-01-2018
Week end date:
(also report generation date)
04-02-2018
Total sale amount: $150,000
Commission rate: 5.00%
Total commission amount to be paid: $7,500
Highest Sold Brand
Brand ID: BSAM1
Brand name: Samsung
Total brand sale amount: $80,000
Highest Sold Item Type
Type ID: T001
Type name: Television
Total sale amount for type: $65,000
Best Performing Employee
Employee ID: E005
Employee name: Jennifer Walker
Total sale amount: $10,000
Weekly bonus amount: $500

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TLAW 101 – BUSINESS LAW – ASSIGNMENT QUESTIONS


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BLOCK 1 TRIMESTER 1 2018: TLAW 101 – BUSINESS LAW – ASSIGNMENT QUESTIONS

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Assessment Details
Due date: Friday, 6 April 2018 11-59 PM IN TURNITIN
Weighting: 30%
Length: 1500 words (+/- 10%), correctly referenced
Objectives
Answer the following questions with reference to the relevant common law and equity
principles operating in Australia concerning contracts plus related and other transactions. Do
not consider the effects of legislation potentially applicable other than that specifically
identified. Students may make whatever additional factual and/or legal assumptions are
necessary or convenient. And students must write about 1500 words (+/- 10%), or about 750
(+/- 10%) words per 15 mark allocation.
Assessment Task
Question 1 15 Marks
The University of Millennia called for tenders for supplies of green seed for its surrounds, with
a closing date of 1 June.
The following tenders were submitted:
• Greenland hand-delivered its tender on 29 May, which went into the tender box.
• Enviro posted its tender on 15 May. This letter was received by the University on 17 May,
but, by being submitted so early, one of the administrative assistants filed it with the
intention of later putting it in the box when she was properly organised.
• Plant Forever posted its tender on 30 May. This letter arrived on 2 June but nevertheless
was put into the tender box.
It transpired that only two of the tenders were considered by the relevant administrative
officials of the University. Although the tender by Enviro was the lowest and contained the
most attractive features, the administrative assistant forgot where she had filed it and did not
find it again until a week after the decision was made.
Greenland’s tender was the next lowest, but because of rumours about its unreliability, the
University awarded the contract to Plant Forever. The University posted a letter to Plant
Forever advising that its tender was successful. Unfortunately, this letter never reached Plant
Forever because it was destroyed by a disgruntled postal worker who had just been made
redundant. Since it had not heard from the University, Plant Forever instead committed its
full stock of seed to another contract with a regional council.
The University became aware of the full situation concerning the tender by Enviro and the
position in which Plant Forever now finds itself. It seeks advice concerning its contractual
position in relation to all three tenders.
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Question 2 15 Marks
On 1 October Footloose Pty Ltd placed the following notice in the Daily News newspaper:
Special Shoes Special Discounts
Footloose Pty Ltd is awaiting the delivery of the latest summer collection shoes from Italy.
Styles include the new slingback sandals and wedge heels. Prices start at $2000 per hundred
pairs (certain styles only); big discounts may be negotiated for bulk orders. All inquiries to Ms
Simone, Sales Manager, on 1400 765 432 or by fax on 06 9234 567.
On 2 October Famous Footwear sent the following fax to Ms Simone:
We accept your offer in the Daily News. We wish to order 500 pairs at $2000 per hundred.
Details on delivery to follow.
On 4 October James, the owner of shoe retailer James’s Shoes, which had several regional
stores throughout Australia, sent the following fax to Ms Simone at Footloose:
We refer to your notice in the Daily News and would like to purchase 2000 pairs of slingback
sandals. Our best price is $30,000 including GST and delivery. Please advise.
On 6 October Ms Simone sent the following fax to James:
Footloose will sell 2000 pairs of slingback sandals for $30,000, excluding delivery. Payment by
cash or bank cheque is due on delivery. Please advise.
James immediately wrote the following letter to Ms Simone, which was mailed on 8 October:
We refer to your fax of 6 October and are prepared to meet you on those terms. Please let me
know the earliest delivery date.
On 10 October Ms Simone telephoned James. After a short discussion James faxed Ms Simone
a copy of the letter of 8 October. The parties agreed that James’s Shoes would take delivery
of the sandals from Footloose’s Sydney warehouse on 1 November.
Referring to relevant case law and giving reasons for your propositions, discuss the legal effect
of each of the forms of correspondence between Footloose, Famous Footwear and James’s
Shoes that took place between 1 October and 10 October.

Assessment Criteria
Fail
You will have shown evidence of the following:
• the written expression is poor and difficult to understand
• the answer is poorly organised
• referencing is generally inadequate
• lack of familiarity with the legislation and its application
• failure to identify and address the issues in the question
3
• reasoning and application demonstrated is poor.
Pass
You will have:
• made a conscientious attempt to address the topic and/or answer the question
• shown evidence of having done the required reading and of having understood the
reading
• presented a reasonable argument to back up your conclusions
• demonstrated a reasonable level of spelling and grammatical usage
• used referencing but this may need improvement
• issues that may need to be identified and addressed in more depth.
Credit
You will have:
• addressed the topic and/or answered the question directly
• presented soundly based arguments and backed these up with reasons
• gone beyond description to analysis of key issues
• used the English language well
• shown evidence of reading widely
• demonstrated understanding of the reading
• used referencing that is satisfactory.
Distinction
You will have:
• met the above criteria for a credit
• demonstrated the attainment of a high degree of understanding of the concepts of
the course
• demonstrated deep insight into the application of knowledge and skills acquired to
complex theoretical and practical situations
• used referencing correctly
• made reference to all appropriate legislation.
High Distinction
You will have:
• met the above criteria for a distinction
• demonstrated the attainment of an outstanding level of achievement regarding the
objectives of this course
• demonstrated an interesting and/ or original approach/ idea/ argument
• demonstrated mastery of the relevant referencing system
4
• ensured conclusions are backed by well-reasoned arguments demonstrating a
detailed insight and analysis of issues
• ensured references are made to the appropriate legislation for particular issues.
END OF QUESTIONS
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IMSE 2030 – Fundamentals of Systems Design and Analysis – Assignment 2


IMSE 2030 – Fundamentals of Systems Design and Analysis – Assignment 2

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Complete below and produce ONE report to include all parts.
PART 1. Using IDEF0 methodology, draw a complete model to specify an organization of your choice
(industrial, service, or public). This model should specify the organization down to its 2nd level of
decomposition (i.e., include function blocks at the Axx level), taking into consideration of all the aspects
such as outlined below:
Follow strictly the cross-checking steps to ensure the integrity of your model:
1. Specify and Cross-Check a function block: for each of the Inputs, cross-check for its related
Output(s); for each of the Outputs, cross-check for its related Input(s); for each of the Mechanism
and Control, check what it is used for.
2. Decompose, if needed, to 3-5 next level functions. For each of these sub-level functions:
 Carry out the Specify and Cross-Check as outlined in (1)
 Establish relationships amongst these functions through flow of Inputs,
Outputs, Controls and Mechanisms
 Cross-Check Integrity of Decomposition: lower-level definition should
represent EXACTLY its higher level function.
3. Repeat step 2 until the required level of detail is reached.
You should provide a textual description of the overall system/organization of concern, as well as for each
of the function blocks presented in the model.
PART 2. From your IDEF model of the organization, pick up two related functions. Draw an ActivityCycle-Diagram
to illustrate how the dynamic interaction takes place.
PART 3. Explain, with flowchart if necessary, how simulation process can be logically carried out to
estimate the system performance in terms of average lead time, and/or average resources utilization. Then,
for the ACD model of Part 2:
 Assign time elements involved (such the average and distribution times of arrival, and
machining/process/service times)
 Carry out a simulation, physically, and estimate the values related to system performance such as
the mean throughput and/or the average waiting times.
Length and Structure: No more than 20 pages (1.5 spacing and including figures). Please properly
“section” your report, so that it follows the format of a typical technical report.
Date of submission: To be decided with class.
Individual Assignment Evaluation Sheet
Assignment No.:________2____________Name of Student:_________________________________
Evaluation Criteria Score Comments
Understanding of complete functional modelling of
industrial/service/public systems
Use of IDEF modelling: able to use the methodology correctly
(top-down approach, meaningful decomposition of functions,
proper specification of inputs, outputs, controls and
mechanisms and flows)
Understanding of the functional structure of a
industrial/service/public system: the completeness of the
specification of a system in the industrial, service, and public
sectors.
Integrity of mode: Specification correct for ALL functions and
at ALL levels. Cross-checking properly carried out as
required.
(40)
Understanding of dynamic flow and interaction
Use of Activity-Cycle-Diagram modelling: able to use the
methodology correctly
Understanding of the dynamic logics: understand the meaning
and dynamic logics and explain how this can be used to
accomplish discrete simulation of the operation of a system.
Use of ACD to carry out a simple simulation: values such as
mean waiting times, etc., correctly estimated.
(30)
Contents and Quality of Presentation
 Good introduction and meaningful background
information
 Clear argument, logically structured and easy to follow
 Good illustrations
 Sufficient support material/examples/references
 Logical conclusion
(10)
Class Submission (20)
TOTAL (100) General feedback

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CMN 3144 Public Relations


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Take-Home Exam
CMN 3144 Public Relations
Professor : Natalie D. Montgomery

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Instructions:
The take-home exam will be posted on Brightspace Tuesday
March 20. Paper copies will also be distributed.
You must submit a printed copy of your take-home exam by
Tuesday April 17 at 4 pm in the Department of
Communication, 11 Floor (55 Laurier Avenue East), in box
#41 (Natalie Montgomery) room 11120.
The exam counts for 30 % your final grade.
No late submissions will be accepted, unless submitted with a
medical certificate.
Your exam must include a title page with the following
information :
• Take-home exam
• Your name, student number
• Course name and code
• Professor’s name
• University
• Date
The exam must be typed, double spaced, Times New Roman, 12
point font, margins of 2.5 cm and written in combination of
complete sentences, sub-headings and point form.
This is an individual exam. The course material – readings,
lessons, and noted can and should be used while writing it in
addition to other academic and media sources. Referencing must
follow APA guidelines. Submission of this exam is subject to
the University of Ottawa’s academic fraud and plagiarism
guidelines.
Students must demonstrate a solid understanding of the theories,
concepts and approaches discussed in class. Moreover, a
successful paper will show links by putting theory in to practice.
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The objective of this question is for students to demonstrate their ability to understand
how to develop a public relations response (of your choice) for an organization and an
issue (also of your choice). It is important for you to use deductive reasoning, and
creativity and your answer in addition to the course material and your own research.
Minimum Maximum length : 7 pages, double spaced. Graded on 30 points.
References : A minimum of 3 academic references (one including the textbook)
Choose an organization of interest to you that has a public relations mandate.
QUESTION A (15 points)
Develop an organizational profile (no more than 3 pages) for the company you chose.
1. The Organization (5 points)
• Mission, vision, values, leadership team
• What does your company do?
• How does your organization approach public relations?
2. Publics (5 points)
• Identify at least two key audiences that are impacted by your
organization
• Who are they, where are they from, what do they do? Why do they
matter? What is their role? How do they feel?
3. Issues Scan (5 points)
• Public record – what are people saying about X in news media? Social
media? Provide examples, headlines, content
• what is the nature of the issues your organization currently faces? (at
least three examples) . Which of these issues is most prominent and
how?
• Which one will you focus on in your response?
• How is this issue perceived by the publics you identified?
• What is your organization doing on this issue? (you can talk about
what they are actually doing or come up with your own “response” for
bonus creativity points!)
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QUESTION B (15 points)
Develop ONE aspect of a public relations approach (consult the list of choices below)
for this organization and the problem you identified.
A properly planned response must answer the following questions
1. Generally speaking what is the importance of your approach and how does it
influence the public relations process ? Please provide an example and
elaborate on what this example means for your organization. How can you
use this approach to your organization’s advantage?
2. What is the desired action you are looking for in response to the issue you
identified in QUESTION A? Which key publics are you engaging?
(5 points)
3. What is your approach in response to this issue? (10 points)
Choose ONE amongst
a. Research
– how is research being used to understand the problem OR evaluate the
response?
– must include sample overarching research question
– specify when it would be used (pre or post planning)
– specifics on types of tools and how they were chosen
– sample questions (at least three)
b. Strategy and Objectives
– what type of strategy are you using to showcase your organization’s
response, rationale for choice
– strategic statement (what type of approach, what results are you
looking for)
– primary objective
– secondary objectives (2)
c. Writing
– 3 key messages
– a sample tweet (that incorporates messaging)
– a sample press release headline and introductory paragraph
(that incorporates messaging)

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Structured Finance


Structured Finance

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Structured Finance

Week X Case Study Assignment

Title That Describes the Intent of Assignment

 

Background

The purpose of this template is to prove guidance on both formatting and progression of ideas when drafting assignments.

 

We begin with the background section.  In this section, please describe:

The asset under review.  This includes type, age, class, location (metropolitan statistical area and submarket/neighborhood).  Also, include key metrics that are useful to consider when your reader is reintroduced to the deal and your new analysis included as part of this memo.

 

As this is a rolling assignment based on reading for each week, you will update the background section weekly throughout this course.  Your background should be specific to the new information provided each week.  For example, Week 3 asks students to apply debt to their scenario analysis.  Use this section to inform the reader on any updates to negotiations and how this update impacted your analysis throughout.  In the case of Week 3, you will want to share that the seller has partnered with a lender and also provide the terms of the debt offered.  Week 4 and beyond will have unique updates to provide.

 

Images can help here as you deem appropriate and as needed as the deal progresses.  Images may include maps, pictures of the property and surrounding location so as to provide context for your reader.  The formatting of your assignments may look something like what is presented herein. However, this formatting template is meant to act as a guide when completing your work for submission at Georgetown, and in your career.   Find opportunities to be creative in a manner that sets up apart from your peers.

 

Our weekly case study assignments will ask you to perform specific analysis so as to arrive at a conclusion for recommendation.  Our expectation is that you use assignments as opportunities to provide more than a summary of deal metrics.  We want to know:

  • What is the analysis telling you? What are your resulting recommendations?
  • It is equally as important to tell us about your perspectives on the deal; what you think and why.

 

Leverage Analysis (title will change with each assignment you submit)

In Week 2, we asked you to perform an unleveraged analysis for three asset class scenarios (Trophy, Class A, Class B).  Week 3 asks to (i) review scenarios; (ii) apply the debt terms that are described in Blackboard to each scenario (iii) determine the type of investor that would be appropriate; (iv) identify the proposed returns that the project would earn.  Week 4 will have novelty as will subsequent assignments.

 

 

 

 

 

Leveraged Trophy Analysis (title will also change with each assignment)

Begin your analysis by providing a description of the respective development scenario and follow with a table that summarizes your findings.  Best to have a simple, precise and clear narrative about what the reader is looking at in the table that follows your description.  Also, helps to briefly explain your understanding of the assumptions that drive this analysis.

 

You will want to provide sufficient narrative such that your instructor(s) can easily identify where you may have made an error conceptually and help you address it immediately.

 

  • Provide bulleted notes below the table that help guide the reader in the same format as has been included here.
  • What would be useful comments that allow for a full understanding of your findings in the table above?

 

Leveraged Class A Analysis

Replicate format above based on analysis performed for Class A scenario.

 

  • Provide bulleted notes below the table that help guide the reader in the same format as has been included here.
  • What would be useful comments that allow for a full understanding of your findings in the table above?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leveraged Class B Analysis

Replicate format above based on analysis performed for Class B scenario.

  • Provide bulleted notes below the table that help guide the reader in the same format as has been included here.
  • What would be useful comments that allow for a full understanding of your findings in the table above?

 

Sensitivity Analysis

Continuing with week 3 as an example, students are also tasked with presenting sensitivity analysis associated with this project.  Intent of these sensitivities is to determine a range of anticipated return to investors.  We have asked you to run the following sensitives below:

 

Rent Sensitivity Analysis

In support of your rent sensitivity analysis, your table will need to include a range of rental rates that are less than and greater than the projected rate that you concluded to earlier in this course (a range of at least 10% both positively and negatively).  Projected cash flow through to disposition will change in conjunction with corresponding change in rent, as will disposition values, net proceeds, and ultimately IRR to the proposed investor.  Ensure that your table has as sufficient range of rents to adequately capture the various scenarios we have asked you to run previously (Trophy rents; Class A rents; Class B rents).  Provide notes as necessary that offer helpful guidance to the reader regarding your assumptions and the associated risks therein.

 

  • Provide bulleted notes below the table that help guide the reader in the same format as has been included here.
  • What would be useful comments that allow for a full understanding of your findings in the table above?

 

 

 

 

Construction Cost Sensitivity

As above, construction costs will increase based on the various scenarios we have asked you to run (Trophy, Class A, Class B).  The range of construction costs will impact the level of equity that your proposed investor will need to fund.  Cash flows for each scenario will reflect rental rates per scenario type (Trophy rents…) and will ultimately impact IRR, which your table should show.

 

  • Provide bulleted notes below the table that help guide the reader in the same format as has been included here.
  • What would be useful comments that will allow for a full understanding of your findings in the table above?

 

Disposition Cap Rate Sensitivity

As above, cap rates will be either higher or lower depending on the scenario. Buyers will pay more for better product, and less as the asset quality declines (no surprise then that Trophy will earn a lower cap rate than Class A, and Class B will earn a higher cap rate than Class A). Thus, disposition values will have a range based on range of cap rate, as will IRR.

 

  • Provide bulleted notes below the table that help guide the reader in the same format as has been included here.
  • What would be useful comments that will allow for a full understanding of your findings in the table above?

 

 

Recommendations

Take a moment to reflect on your analysis above and insights that your analysis provided that should be reinforced.  This is the ‘therefore’ section, and you are using language to motivate your firm’s leadership without also coming across as overbearing.  As an example for Week 3, it may be helpful to have a table that reflects the best option based on the sensitivities you generated.  Ultimately each week will require new insight based on leadership’s needs, so best to be flexible with your organization based on what you learned from performed analysis.

 

Our expectation is that you use assignments as opportunities to provide more than a summary of key metrics and also use as opportunity to concisely discuss impact on projected returns to investors based on new information provide each week.

 

What is the analysis telling you about risk? What are your resulting recommendations that are both realistic and can be achievable economically in the context of your investor’s requirements about return rates?  The purpose is to balance risk with your own solutions to continue deal flow and successfully create value.

 

 

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Data Analysis, R


Data Analysis, R

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Instructions:

The project aims to analyze a real data set. You are free to perform any analyses that you consider to be relevant and informative. Use R to perform calculations and computations. Do not submit pages of raw computer output, but you need include important tables or attach graphs to your report. Write concise answers that clearly describe the steps in your analysis and your conclusions. You will be graded with respect to how well your analyses reveal interesting aspects of the data set, the interpretation of your results, how well you justify your methods of analysis, and the overall quality of your writing.

 

Your report should contain the following:

  1. Provide a one paragraph summary of your major findings. This should not contain any formulas or mathematical symbols. It should be well written so that it could be easily understood by anybody else who is not a statistician.
  2. Provide a description of the steps taken to identify your best model (or models). Do not give all the details of your search. Do not submit any computer output in this section. Simply outline the issues you considered, your decisions, and the sequence of steps you took to develop a model. (Not to exceed one typed page.)
  3. Provide a description of your best model (or models), including estimates of parameters and their standard errors, and the statistical inference you performed. You may copy small parts of computer output into this part of the report. Discuss and interpret any important features of your model and state your conclusions in the context of the problem. (Not to exceed two typed pages).
  4. Provide convincing evidence that your analysis is based on a good model. Discussion of residual plots and other diagnostic checks would be appropriate. You may attach graphs but lists of raw computer output should not be submitted and will be ignored. (Not to exceed one typed page, excluding graphs.)
  5. You may submit one more paragraph outlining additional analyses that you would have done if you had more time. You will earn points for good suggestions and lose points for suggestions with little potential value.

 

Data set description:

This data set comes from a study conducted by Baty et al. (2006). The original purpose of this study was to measure the influence of beverages on blood gene expression. They would like to explore the underlying mechanisms of the cardio protective effects of beverages (You are not restricted to their study purpose). Six healthy individuals participated in the randomized controlled cross-over experiment. On 4 independent days they had 4 different beverages (500mL each: grape juice, red wine, 40g diluted ethanol, water). Blood samples were taken at baseline (0 hour, without drinking beverages), 1, 2, 4, 12 hours after the drink together with standardized nutrition. RNA of 120 samples was hybridized on Affymetrix microarrays. The gene expression data were obtained for 108 blood samples. The data set is Beverage Study Data Set. The data set is contained in “Alldata.Rdata” file, which can be loaded into your R by using the command (after setting the working directory to the place where you saved the data set) load(file=”Alldata.Rdata”)

Within the data set, “Alldata” is a list, which includes the following objects:

“originaldata”   “trt1”           “trt2”           “trt3”          “trt4”

“time_h0”         “time_h1”    “time_h2”   “time_h4”   “time_h12”

“ind1”        “ind2”     “ind3”         “ind4”       “ind5”    “ind6”

The objects included in the data set are

 

originaldata: All the gene expression data (transformed counts data);

trt1: IDs for individuals participated in Alcohol group;

trt2: IDs for individuals participated in Grape juice group;

trt3: IDs for individuals participated in Red wine group;

trt4: IDs for individuals participated in Water group;

time h0: Observations measured at baseline;

time h1: Observations measured at 1 hour after the drink;

time h2: Observations measured at 2 hours after the drink;

time h4: Observations measured at 4 hours after the drink;

time h12: Observations measured at 12 hours after the drink;

ind1: data obtained from individual 1;

ind2: data obtained from individual 2;

ind3: data obtained from individual 3;

ind4: data obtained from individual 4;

ind5: data obtained from individual 5;

ind6: data obtained from individual 6;

 

You can access to each object by using the operator $. For example, if you want to

get the data contained in trt1, you could type in the following

Alldata$trt1

The original data is a matrix containing 22283 rows and 130 columns. Each row corresponds to one gene, and the 3rd column to the 110th column correspond to gene expression data. The rest columns are gene IDs or the gene annotation information. The following is very small part of the data

GSM87863 GSM87887 GSM87896 GSM87934 GSM87943 GSM87853

1   6.96959      6.84646        6.99376      7.0678         7.07566       7.18618

2   4.94771      4.63228        4.47609      4.41107        4.6249        4.61241

3   7.38956      7.21881        7.62192      7.76446        7.4327        7.3896

4   7.73394      7.73069        8.12781      7.92782        7.96697      7.96694

5   3.10916      3.3146         3.4218         3.46084        3.29934      3.35648

6   6.93594      7.23465        6.63625      6.72077        7.15            7.07379

The first column in the above data example corresponds to the observation ID GSM87863. This ID is contained in the variable Alldata$trt1, Alldata$time_h0 and Alldata$ind1. This means that this column data (gene expressions) are obtained from the individual 1 at time 0h who participated in the treatment 1 (Alcohol group). Each row corresponds the gene expression for each gene. In the above data set, the rows 1-6 provide gene expressions for the first 6 genes.

 

References:

Baty F, Facompre M, Wiegand J, Schwager J et al. Analysis with respect to instrumental variables for the exploration of microarray data structures. BMC Bioinformatics, 2006 Sep 29;7:422.

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LAW ECONOMICS AND FINANCE


  LAW ECONOMICS AND FINANCE

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Module Code 77-602350

2017-18

                                                                    Task 1 – Report  – 50% weighting                                               

Task 2 – Report  – 50% weighting

TASK 2 REPORT

 

Assessment Weighting (%) 50%
Mode of Assessment Report
Word Count 2,000 words
Type of Submission Online
Submission Date and Anticipated Feedback Date Please refer to Assessment Calendar/Statement

 

Description of Assignment

With reference to a commercial property in either China or the UK, explain what issues a developer must consider in order to maximise profit and minimise economic and financial risk before, during and post development, irrespective of whether they choose to sell the property, or retain and manage it as an ongoing investment.

 

In order to answer this question, you must:

 

  1. Choose an existing property, not more than 10 years old, and assume (pretend) that you are a developer who is building it now.  Include a location plan and a photograph or other image of your chosen development.  For the purposes of this assignment, assume that there are no existing occupiers or legal title issues.  You are going to develop a ‘cleared’ site.

 

  1. Consider the options available in order to finance your development.  You only have 10% of the cost of construction ‘in the bank’ (equity).  What options are available for you to finance the remaining 90% of the project; which option(s) will you choose and why?  Please provide the reasons for your decision.

 

  1. Consider how you will maximise your profit: Using economic theory explain how you can minimise your costs and maximise your revenue?

 

  1. Identify the ethical issues likely to be involved with your development and explain how (having regards to RICS professional and ethical standards) you will manage any ethical issues or conflicts.

 

 

Guidance

  • More specific guidance on this assignment can be found on Blackboard under “Assessment” and will also be provided in your teaching sessions.

 

  • This assignment requires you to produce a report focusing on a specific property in either China or the UK. You are going to play the part of a developer who has to needs to decide how a development is to be financed and is to be economically viable.  In doing so, you may incorporate (use) any economic theory and diagrams that you consider relevant and appropriate.

 

Learning Outcomes

This assessment is linked to the following learning outcomes:

 

  • Identify and explain in sufficient detail the economic and financial issues likely to affect the commercial property market and the funding of commercial property ownership.

 

  • Identify and explain in a practical context ethical issues which ought to be considered by professionals involved in the ownership and management of commercial property.

 

Assessment Criteria

Please see below

Presentation of your Assignment

  • All typed work should be Arial (11pts) or Calibri (12pts)
  • You should use the APA referencing system
  • Please state the number of words used at the end of the assignment
  • Word counts include the entire assessment submission, with the exception of references and appendices
  • Work up to the word limit will be marked. Any work in excess of the word limit will not be marked

 

Cheating and Plagiarism

  • The University Regulations on academic conduct apply to all assessments. You are reminded that to represent as your own work the work of another person without acknowledgement is defined as plagiarism and is a breach of these regulations.
  • By submitting your work, you certify that it is your own work, and that the work of other people is duly referenced and acknowledged in accordance with the University’s Academic Conduct Regulation.

For more information refer to https://students.shu.ac.uk/regulations/index.html

 

Submission of your Assignment

Online Submission

  • You need to submit your assignment electronically via the module site by the date and time specified on Blackboard.
  • Your last submitted attempt will be the attempt that is marked.
  • Your coursework is to be uploaded as a single Microsoft Word or PDF document to the Assessment folder on the module blackboard site.
  • Filenames should use only letters, numbers, hyphens and underscores, and should be less than 72 characters in length.
  • Do not password protect your file(s).
  • It is your responsibility to ensure that your work is successfully submitted. Always check your email receipt and the submission point again following each submission.
  • More guidance on online submission can be found in the module site and here, including submitting large files (250MB or more). https://academic.shu.ac.uk/assessment4students/submitting-work-sitting-exams/submitting-work/
  • If you have a learning contract which recommends the use of stickers for your work please make sure that you type the wording of the sticker at the top of your assignment – preferably in red so that it is as visible as possible for markers.
  • Back-up and keep a copy of your work.

 

Return of your marked Assignment

Your work will be returned to you electronically. You will be given feedback in the form of the marking rubric attached including a personal commentary on aspects of your work. You may also receive annotations on your work showing specific examples of good practice and areas for improvement.

 

You will also have the opportunity to meet with a module tutor and obtain general feedback if requested.

 

Assessment Criteria

Please see Marking Grid attached.

 

In-Module Retrieval of an Assessment Task

Where in-module retrieval is available for an assessment task, if you have made an initial valid attempt but achieved below the pass mark, you may choose to rework the assessment task once only.

To be a valid attempt, the initial coursework submission must be capable of being marked against the marking criteria set. There must be some genuine attempt to answer the brief in the format required.

If you take the in-module retrieval and you pass the reworked assessment task, the mark for this assessment task will be capped at the pass mark.

If you rework the assessment task and your mark is lower than your original mark, then the original mark stands.

Refer to the module site for in-module retrieval submission dates. This date will be set by your module leader.

Having taken or declined your in-module retrieval opportunities, if you do not pass the module on second attempt you will be referred and will have to undertake a further piece of referral assessment to pass the module.

For more information on in-module retrieval refer to: https://students.shu.ac.uk/regulations/assessment_awards/In-module%20retrieval.pdf

 

 

Marking Grid (Rubric)

Section Presentation and Structure (10%) Consideration of the options available to finance your development (40%) Application of relevant economic theory to maximise your profit (40%) Identification and management of professional and ethical issues (10%)
Coverage Presentation on all aspects of the essay, including but not limited to: Readability of the material, layout, clarity of diagrams, formatting of text), correct referencing etc. Equity and debt related options considered and analysed in terms of advantages and disadvantages with logical and reasoned proposals included Economic theory applied in order to explain the project’s profitability within the selected market (property type and location). Insight demonstrated with respect to the range of potential and plausible professional and ethical conflicts related to the development project
Clear fail (<30%)

 

Clearly inadequate. Little of coverage seriously addressed. Critical errors (e.g. not referencing to APA Harvard) Clearly inadequate. Little relevant discussion of appropriate research and literature Clearly inadequate. Little or no incorporation of relevant applied economic theory.  Any theory included is descriptive, not applied. Clearly inadequate. Little or no commentary with respect to the importance of professional and ethical considerations.  Critical errors (e.g. the concept of ethics misunderstood or incorrectly applied)
(≥ 30%) Borderline fail (<40%) {Touches on some aspects} Some of coverage met but with critical errors / omissions. Some of coverage met but with critical errors / omissions. Some of coverage met but with critical errors / omissions. Some of coverage met but with critical errors / omissions.
(≥ 40%) Pass (<50%) {Satisfactory engagement} Most of coverage met, with no critical errors / omissions. Most of coverage met, with no critical errors / omissions. Most of coverage met, with no critical errors / omissions. Most of coverage met, with no critical errors / omissions.
(≥ 50%) Good (<60%) {Good – No big slips} All of coverage met, with no major errors / omissions. All of coverage met, with no major critical errors / omissions. All of coverage met, with no major errors / omissions. All of coverage met, with no major errors / omissions.
(≥ 60%) Very Good (<60%) {Very Good – No minor slips} All of coverage met, with only very minor errors / omissions. All of coverage met, with only very minor critical errors / omissions. All of coverage met, with only very minor errors / omissions. All of coverage met, with only very minor errors / omissions.
(≥ 70%) Distinction {Excellent – Joy to read} All of coverage met, with no minor errors / omissions, several aspects substantially exceeded. All of coverage met, with no minor errors / omissions, several aspects substantially exceeded. All of coverage met, with no minor errors / omissions, several aspects substantially exceeded. All of coverage met, with no minor errors / omissions, several aspects substantially exceeded.

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Lab 8 DNA Coding and Protein Synthesis


Lab 8 DNA Coding and Protein Synthesis

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Introduction: Connecting Your Learning As covered in a previous lesson, DNA is an abbreviation for the biological molecule called deoxyribonucleic acid. DNA is found in the nucleus of cells and it stores genetic information and the code for synthesizing proteins. A DNA molecule is organized into sections called genes. Genes code for specific proteins that are vital to living organisms. Proteins are important because they are the building blocks of cells and, additionally, proteins called enzymes play a key role in catalyzing chemical reactions in living organisms. Proteins are synthesized in the cytoplasm of cells by ribosomes. Long strands of DNA along with proteins called histones are tightly wound together to form chromosomes. In order to synthesize a protein, information must be transferred from the DNA in the nucleus of the cell to the ribosomes in the cytoplasm of the cell. The process involves two steps: transcription and translation. Transcription is the process where the code for a protein found on a specific gene located on DNA is written to another nucleic acid molecule called ribonucleic acid (RNA). This process takes place in the nucleus of the cell. The molecule of RNA then leaves the nucleus and enters the cytoplasm where the process of translation takes place. Translation is a process where the code for making a protein (found on a molecule of RNA) is translated into specific amino acids that will comprise apolypeptide (protein). In this lab, students will simulate the process of protein synthesis by transcribing DNA molecules into RNA molecules and then subsequently, translating RNA molecules into amino acids. Students will also extract DNA from an onion. Resources and Assignments Multimedia Resources None Required Assignments Lesson 10 Lab 8 Required Materials From the Lab Kit DNA template cards Universal genetic code reference card Ribosome circle Thermometer Funnel 100 ml graduated cylinder 2 coffee filters Measuring spoon (teaspoon) 2 teaspoons salt Student Provided Pen or pencil Standard printer paper (1 sheet) Scissors Onion 1 small pot 120 ml water 2 tablespoons liquid dish detergent Fork (Needed only if a blender or food processor is not available) Knife Cutting board or other surface for cutting the onion Additional water for heating (3-4 cups tap water) 2 small glass, ceramic, or metal mixing bowls 2 cups ice or access to a freezer 2 clear drinking glasses (12-16 oz) 100 ml Isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol), 71% or higher Blender or food processor Tape Optional: (if the student wants to preserve the extracted DNA) Alcohol (100-200 ml) Focusing Your Learning Small clear glass container with a lid Wooden skewer or toothpick Lab Objectives By the end of this lesson, you should be able to: 1. Identify the structure of DNA including the following: nucleotides, base pairing, hydrogen bonds, and the double helix model. 2. Compare and contrast the structure of DNA and RNA. 3. List and describe the steps of DNA replication. 4. List and describe the steps of transcription and translation, and describe where each occurs in the cell. 5. Explain the functions of messenger RNA, transfer RNA, and ribosomal RNA. 6. Distinguish between codons and anticodons. Background Information DNA and RNA Structure Assessing Your Learning Compose answers to the questions below in Microsoft Word and save the file as a backup copy in the event that a technical problem is encountered while attempting to submit the assignment. Make sure to run a spell check. Copy the answer for the first question from Microsoft Word by simultaneously holding down the Ctrl and A keys to select the text, and then simultaneously holding down the Ctrl and C keys to copy it. Then, click the link on the Lab Preview Page to open up the online submit form for the laboratory. Paste the answer into the online dialog box by inserting the cursor in the box for question one and simultaneously holding down the Ctrl and V keys. The answer should now appear in the box. Repeat this process for each question. Review all work to make sure that all questions have been completely answered and then click on the Submit button at the bottom of the page. 1. How does DNA differ from RNA? (2 points) 2. Where in the cell does each of the following processes take place? (2 points) a. Transcription b. Translation 3. The following is a base sequence on a strand of DNA. When the strand replicates, what is the base sequence on the complementary strand of DNA? (2 points) AATCGCATACCCGGTCAG 4. Transcribe the following DNA molecule into mRNA: TAACCTGGACTACAAATC. (2 points) 5. What is a promoter? (2 points) 6. What is the role of the enzyme DNA polymerase? (2 points) 7. What is the end product of transcription? (2 points) 8. Why would it be impossible to extract DNA from cooked foods? (2 points) 9. Which DNA extraction procedure (warm water versus room temperature water) produced a greater quantity of DNA? Explain why the results turned out the way that they did. (6 points) 10. Provide the amino acid sequence for DNA template cards 1 through 5 (from Procedure 4 in the lab)? (10 points) a. DNA template card # 1: b. DNA template card # 2: c. DNA template card # 3: d. DNA template card # 4: e. DNA template card # 5: 11. What is an exon? (2 points) 12. What three molecules are needed for the process of translation? (3 points) a. b. c. 13. What are the building blocks of proteins called? (2 points) 14. List the three stop codons. (3 points) a. b. c. 15. Provide the amino acid sequence for DNA template cards 6 through 10 (from Procedure 4). (10 points) a. DNA template card # 6: b. DNA template card # 7: c. DNA template card # 8: d. DNA template card # 9: e. DNA template card # 10: 16. Define the following terms: (2 points) a. Point mutation b. Frameshift mutation 17. Name the type of mutation that occurred below. (2 points) Original strand of DNA: CTAGGCCTAACTGCC Replicated strand of DNA: CTAGGCCAAACTGCC 18. Provide the amino acid sequence for DNA template cards 5 and 11 through 14 (from Procedure 4). (10 points) a. DNA template card #5: b. DNA template card # 11: c. DNA template card # 12: d. DNA template card # 13: e. DNA template card # 14: 19. DNA template cards 11 through 14 represent mutations that occurred in template card five. Review the amino acid sequences for cards 5 and 11 through 14 and answer the following: (10 points) a. What type of mutation occurred in cards 11 and 12? b. Did the mutation in card 11 result in a change in the protein synthesized? c. Did the mutation in card 12 result in a change in the protein synthesized? d. What type of mutation occurred in cards 13 and 14? e. Would the mutations that occurred in cards 13 and 14 result in a change in the protein synthesized? 20. A base deletion of base eight (frameshift mutation) occurs in the following nucleotide sequence: CTCAATGAAGGCCTA. (4 points) a. Write the codons for the nucleotide sequence. b. Write the codons for the nucleotide sequence following the base deletion. 21. (Application) How might the information gained from this lab pertaining to protein synthesis be useful to a student employed in a healthcare related profession? (20 points)

 

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