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A. Physical simulation

B. Decision tree

C. Total time coefficient value

D. Learning curves

A. Scenario falls between the two extremes of certainty and uncertainty

B. Decisions made when the state of nature is known

C. When state state of nature is known then decision made

D. Both b & c

A. Decisions under risk

B. Decisions under uncertainty

C. Expected regret

D. None of these

A. True

B. False

A. Expected regret

B. Expected value

C. Electric Vehicle

D. Both b & c

A. Electric Vehicle

B. Expected value

C. Except vehicle

D. None of these

A. Expected value of perfect information

B. Laplace criterion

C. Expected value

D. Decisions under certainty

A. Hurwicz criterion

B. Maximin

C. Maximax

D. Minimax

A. A decision-making approach used when the probabilities of the states of nature are unknown and assumed as equal

B. A decision-making approach used when the decision maker is optimistic about the future events and their outcomes

C. Both a & b

D. None of these

A. True

B. False

A. Negative

B. Positive

C. Both positive & negative

D. None of these

A. Decision-making

B. Postivitive

C. Negative

D. ALl of these

A. True

B. False

A. Sensitivity analysis

B. States of nature

C. Payoff

D. None of these

A. True

B. False

A. Sensitivity analysis

B. Expected value of perfect information

C. Decision analysis

D. Quantitative estimation

A. Minimax criterion

B. Maximin criterion

C. Hurwicz criterion

D. Sensitivity analysis

A. Laplace criterion

B. Maximin criterion

C. Hurwicz criterion

D. Minimax criterion

A. Laplace criterion

B. Maximax criterion

C. Hurwicz criterion

D. Minimax criterion

A. Expected value of perfect task

B. Expected value

C. Payoff

D. Minimax criterion

A. Laplace criterion

B. Maximin criterion

C. Hurwicz criterion

D. Minimax regret criterion

A. Expected value

B. Maximin value

C. Absolute deviation

D. Variance

A. Laplace criterion

B. Maximin criterion

C. Hurwicz criterion

D. Minimax criterion

A. Laplace criterion

B. Maximin criterion

C. Hurwicz criterion

D. Minimax criterion

A. Expected value of perfect task

B. Expected value of perfect risk

C. Expected value of perfect distribution

D. Expected value of perfect information

A. States of nature

B. Decisions under certainty

C. Decisions under uncertainty

D. Decisions under risk

A. Sensitivity analysis

B. Expected value of perfect information

C. Decision analysis

D. Quantitative estimation

A. Decision tree

B. Pareto chart

C. Gantt chart

D. Expected value graph

A. Laplace criterion

B. Maximin criterion

C. Hurwicz criterion

D. Minimax criterion

A. Learning

B. Loss

C. Averse decision

D. Risk

A. Prevention; correction.

B. Lean manufacturing

C. Value stream map

D. Operations management

A. Entrepreneur

B. Financial planner

C. Franchiser

D. Stockholder.