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# DANIEL PEÑ

## PROBLEM 3. DECISION TRE

Teratextyl, a textile company that has a productive experience in the foreign market of 30 years, must decide if it manufa
on the demand of the product. The table sh

## Table 3. Decision process for the commercialization of the product

States of nature
Decision alternative
Demand low-utility Demand low average-utility
Manufacture 85 87
Subcontrac 78 81
Lease 83 85
Outsource 85 87
Probabilities ∑=1 0.3 0.22

i. Use EVPI to determine if the company should try to get a better estimate of the
demand.
j. A test market study of potential product demand is expected to report a favorable (F) or unfavorable (U) co

## P(F/low) = 0,22 P(D/low) = 0,78

P(F/low average) = 0,4 P(D/ low average) = 0,6
P(F/high medium) = 0,33 P(D/ high medium) = 0,67
P(F/high) = 0,42 P(D/high) = 0,58

## k. What is the expected value of market research information?

l. What is the efficiency of the information?

DECISIONS TREE
PROBABILITY
0.3
0.22
MANUFACTURE NODE 2
0.25
0.23
0.3
0.22
SUBCONTRAC NODE 3
0.25
0.23
0.3
0.22
0.25
0.23
0.3
0.22
LEASE NODE 5
0.25
0.23
0.3
0.22
OUTSOURCE NODE 6
0.25
0.23

## Expected value is obtained= VEsIP

Node 1= (Max node 2 vs node 3 vs node 4 vs node 5 vs node 6)
MANOFACTURE NODE 2 89.24
SUBCONTRAC NODE 3 82.94
LEASE NODE 5 86.28
OUTSOURCE NODE 6 88.28

TEOREMA BAYES

�(�_�∕ 〖� )= 〗
(�(�∕�_� )�(�_�))/(�(�))
P(F/ low) P(F/low average)
Probabilities ∑=1 0.3 0.22
FAVORABLE 0.22 0.4
UNFAVORABLE 0.78 0.6

FAVORABLE

CONDITIONAL
STATE OF NATURE PREVIOUS PROBABILITIES P(F/Sj)
PROBABILITIES P(Sj)
LOW 0.3 0.22
LOW AVERAGE 0.22 0.4
HIGH MEDIUM 0.25 0.33
HIGH 0.23 0.42
P(F)

UNFAVORABLE

CONDITIONAL
STATE OF NATURE PREVIOUS PROBABILITIES P(F/Sj)
PROBABILITIES P(Sj)
LOW 0.3 0.78
LOW AVERAGE 0.22 0.6
HIGH MEDIUM 0.25 0.67
HIGH 0.23 0.58
P(F)

PROBABILITY
0.20
0.26
MANUFACTURE NODE 5
0.25
0.29
FAVORABLE
0.20
0.26
SUBCONTRAC NODE 6
0.25
0.29
0.20
0.26
0.25
0.29
0.20
0.26
0.33 OUTSOURCE NODE 8
0.33 OUTSOURCE NODE 8
0.25
0.29
0.20
0.26
OUTSOURCE NODE 9
0.25
0.29

PROBABILITY
0.20
0.26
MANUFACTURE NODE 10
0.25
0.29
UNFAVORABLE
0.20
0.26
SUBCONTRAC NODE 11
0.25
0.29
0.20
0.26
0.25
0.29
0.20
0.26
0.67 OUTSOURCE NODE 13
0.25
0.29
0.20
0.26
OUTSOURCE NODE 14
0.25
0.29

## VEcIM= 89.91 millions of dollars

VEsIM= 89.24 millions of dollars

VEIM 0.67

E= 𝑽𝑬𝑰�/𝑽𝑬𝑰� X 100
(𝟎.𝟔𝟕)/(𝟎.𝟎)
E= X 100=
EL PEÑA
EM 3. DECISION TREES, EVPI AND EVMI

market of 30 years, must decide if it manufactures a new product in its main plant, or if on the contrary the purchase from an external supplier. The profits d
on the demand of the product. The table shows projected profits, in millions of dollars.

## ommercialization of the product

States of nature
Demand high medium-utility Demand high-utility
91 95
85 89
87 90
87 91
89 93
0.25 0.23

mate of the

ort a favorable (F) or unfavorable (U) condition. The relevant conditional probabilities are:

SIONS TREE
DEMAND
85 25.5
87 19.14
89.24
91 22.75
95 21.85
78 23.4
81 17.82
82.94
85 21.25
89 20.47
82 24.6
85 18.7
85.75
87 21.75
90 20.7
83 24.9
85 18.7
86.28
87 21.75
91 20.93
85 25.5
87 19.14
88.28
89 22.25
93 21.39

## VEIP= [VEcIP - VEsIP]

THE BEST DECISION 89.24 MILLONS OF DOLARS
Expected value with perfect information
Expected value without perfect information

VEcIP= (0,3)*85+(0,22)*87+(0.25)*91+(0,23)*95
VEcIP = 89.24 millions of dollars

EMA BAYES

## P(F/low) = 0,22 P(D/low) = 0,78

P(F/low average) = 0,4 P(D/ low average) = 0.6
P(F/high medium) = 0,33 P(D/ high medium) = 0,67
P(F/high) = 0,42 P(D/high) = 0,58
P(F/high medium) P(F/high)
0.25 0.23
0.33 0.42
0.67 0.58

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## JOINT PROBABILITIES P(F n LATER

Sj) PROBABILITIES
P(Sj/F)
0.07 0.20
0.09 0.26
0.08 0.25
0.10 0.29
0.33

RABLE

## JOINT PROBABILITIES P(F n LATER

Sj) PROBABILITIES
P(Sj/F)
0.23 0.35
0.13 0.20
0.17 0.25
0.13 0.20
0.67

DEMAND
85 16.84
87 22.98
89.91 29.95
91 22.54
95 27.55
78 15.45
81 21.40
83.72
85 21.05
89 25.81
82 16.25
85 22.46
86.35
87 21.55
90 26.10
83 16.45
85 22.46
86.84
86.84
87 21.55
91 26.39
85 16.84
87 22.98
88.84
89 22.04
93 26.97

DEMAND
85 16.84
87 22.98
89.91 59.96
91 22.54
95 27.55
78 15.45
81 21.40
83.72
85 21.05
89 25.81
82 16.25
85 22.46
86.35
87 21.55
90 26.10
83 16.45
85 22.46
86.84
87 21.55
91 26.39
85 16.84
87 22.98
88.84
89 22.04
93 26.97
EFFICIENCY OF 0%
chase from an external supplier. The profits depend
cIP - VEsIP]

*87+(0.25)*91+(0,23)*95
millions of dollars

4 - 89.24] = 0
89.91