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1. 1. Using the following data, calculate the average job lateness. a) -2 days b) 3 days c) 13 days d) -8 days e) 1.5 days a 2. 1. Which of the following is not a feature of flow operations? a 3. 3. Scheduling in the high-volume environment is typically done through what? b 4. 4. Which of the following is not a feature of job-shop operations? c 5. 5. A well designed high-volume system will minimize _________ inventory and reduce _____________for the product or service. a) work-in-process, throughput time b) raw material, storage capacity c) finished, throughput time d) work-in-process, storage capacity e) finished, transportation cost a 6. 6. Which of the following techniques loads jobs up to a predetermined capacity level? a 7. 7. A progress chart shows the relationship between: d 8. 8. Which of the following techniques loads jobs without regard to the capacity available to do the work? b 9. 9. The two different approaches to load work centers in job-shop scheduling are __________________. a) load chart and process chart b) finite loading and infinite loading c) input control and output control d) fixed routings and line balancing e) makespan and linear programming b 10. 10. Which of the following scheduling techniques tends to break down over the long term? d 11. 11. Which of the following scheduling techniques can be used to identify resource bottlenecks? b 12. 12. Which of the following scheduling techniques determines the earliest possible completion time for a job? c
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