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8.3 Expected Value

8.3 Expected Value
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  • 7. Consumer Electronics Company

    A consumer electronics company is considering developing one of two products. Use a decision tree to decide which model the company should develop. (See Example 3 and Example 4.)

    • Worked-Out Solution

      Based on this decision tree, the company has a better expected value by developing laptop B.

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  • 8. Consumer Electronics Company

    A consumer electronics company is considering developing one of two products. Use a decision tree to decide which model the company should develop. (See Example 3 and Example 4.)

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  • 9. Consumer Electronics Company

    A consumer electronics company is considering developing one of two products. Use a decision tree to decide which model the company should develop. (See Example 3 and Example 4.)

    • Worked-Out Solution

      Based on this decision tree, the company has a slightly better expected value by developing e-reader A.

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    |  --  \\  | \_/ ||   _| ||    | ||__   |  --  \\ 
    |______//   \___//   /__//     |_____|| |______// 
    `------`    `---`    `--`      `-----`  `------`  
                                                      
    
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  • 10. Consumer Electronics Company

    A consumer electronics company is considering developing one of two products. Use a decision tree to decide which model the company should develop. (See Example 3 and Example 4.)

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     \_____||  |_____||    \//     |_____||  /_//\_\\ 
      `----`   `-----`      `      `-----`   `-`  --` 
                                                      
    
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