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Coursework Assignment Brief

Coursework Assignment Brief   Semester: C16 Summer 2016 Module Code:  POG 360 Module Title: Oil and Gas Management Project Programme BSc (Honours) Level: Level 6 Awarding Body: Plymouth University Module Leader Paul Booth Format: Report Presentation: No Any special requirements: All work should be submitted as two hard copies with an acceptable Turnitin Report Word Limit: 10,000 words for report and maximum 500 words for personal statement.  (+/- 10%) Deadline date for submission: TBA Learning outcomes to be examined in this assessment (please note that this is NOT the assessment task) ·         Provide a detailed analysis of the policies designed…

Chapter 1: Introduction to Economy

Ch01 Introduction-to-Economy Multiple Choice Questions 1. In countries like _____________ the command economy predominates. A. China and Vietnam B. Cuba and North Korea C. South Africa and Kenya D. Germany and France Answer: B  Reference: Explanation: 2. In which of the following countries will the national government have the greatest influence with respect to the nation’s economy? A. China B. Cuba C. Canada D. Chile Answer: B  Reference: Explanation: 3. In a command economy, the __________ either makes most economic decisions itself or at least strongly influences how the decisions are made. A. government B. market C. firm D. business…

Forecasting Chicken Wing Demand

Exercise 1: Forecasting chicken wing demand The following data represents the weekly demand for chicken wings at a local restaurant during the past six weeks: Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 Demand 650 521 563 735 514 596 Complete the following: a.    Forecast the demand for week 7 using a five-period Moving average. b.    Forecast the demand for week 7 using a three-period weighted moving average. Use the following weights to obtain your forecast: o    W1 = 0.5 o    W2 = 0.3 o    W3 = 0.2 c.    Forecast the demand for week 7 using exponential smoothing. o    Use an α value of 0.1 o    Assume…