AC2720_Exercise 5.2_Template

# AC2720_Exercise 5.2_Template - = Part 3 Relevant annual...

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Problem 1 Part 1: EOQ

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Economic order quantity for a retailer

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Problem 2
Economic order quantity, effect of paramete

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Problem 3 Part 1: EOQ Part 2: Number of orders per year = Part 3: Demand each working day = Purchase lead time Reorder point C DP 2 EOQ EOQ D days working of Number D
Economic order quantity for a retailer = = =

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Problem 4 Part 1: EOQ Relevant carrying costs per part per year Required annual return on investment Relevant carrying costs per part per year Define variables D= P= C= Part 2: Relevant annual ordering costs

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Unformatted text preview: = Part 3: Relevant annual carrying costs = Part 4: Reorder point Relevant insurance, materials handling, breakage, etc cost per year D P Q Q C 2 C DP 2 EOQ Complete the statement below: Turfpro should reorder when the inventory o Economic order quantity for a manufacturer r are calculated as follows: = = = of rotor blades falls to _______ units....
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