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### Example problems chapter 9 and 10

Course: 101 melissa jo, Spring 2011
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problems Example and some answers for chapter 9 Problems 1 Joe's Tasty Burger has determined that its production facility has a design capacity of 400 hamburgers per day. The effective capacity, however, is 250 hamburgers per day. Lately Joe has noticed that output has been 300 hamburgers per day. Compute both design and effective capacity utilization measures. What can you conclude? Answer: The utilization rates...

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