### Question details

Exercises 13.1, 13.3, and 13.11
\$ 12.00
 Exercises: 13.1, 13.3, and 13.11 The following exercises are required and cover topics in this week's required reading. Review the instructions carefully before completing and submitting the exercises. Complete Exercises 13.1, 13.3, and 13.11 on pages 354–359 in Quantitative Methods in Health Care Management. Text:  Ozcan, Y. A. (2012). Quantitative methods in health care management: Techniques and Applications (Laureate Education, Inc., custom ed.). San Francisco: Wiley Use this template to record and submit your answers for grading: Excel template for Exercises 13.1, 13.3, and 13.11 Use these Excel automated templates for your calculations (do not submit these files, but transfer information from them to the Excel file you are submitting): CPM Deterministic for 13.3 PERT Probabilistic for 13.11 Note on using the Excel templates: For a brief description of the Excel automated templates, refer to pages 338 and 345 in Quantitative Methods. Save the templates to your desktop before using. Make sure macros are enabled. Any existing numbers in green cells in the automated tables are for examples and show where you should enter the data. You must delete or overwrite these numbers to perform the calculations. The yellow cells of the automated templates are protected to prevent users from accidentally deleting or overwriting the formulas. There is no need to unprotect the templates Please use these references to where the formulas and/or examples of these Exercises can be found in the reading. All page numbers refer to Quantitative Methods in Health Care Management: Exercise 13.1 a: Refer students to the description on pp. 334-335. Exercise 13.3: Refer students to description and formulas on pp. 336-338. Exercise 13.11 a: Formula 13.5 p. 339 Exercise 13.11 b: Formula 13.6 p. 339 Exercise 13.11 c: Standard deviation is described above Formula 13.6 p. 339. Exercise. 13.11 d: Formula 13.7 p. 339 Please include the formula you use to get the result!

### Good_Morning

Available solutions