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3rd exam practice - 1. How are personal digital assistants...

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1. How are personal digital assistants (PDAs) used in direct time study? The book identifies four applications. Name two. 2. What is the plateau model in learning curve terminology? 3. Why does 6sigma in a Six Sigma quality program really mean 4.5sigma? 4. (a) Define metabolism (b) What are the three types of metabolism? 5. Identify the typical application areas of the three basic types of plant layout in terms of production quantity and product variety. 6. A welder produces 7 welded assemblies during the first day on a new job, and the seventh assembly takes 45 minutes (unit time). The worker produces 10 welded assemblies on the second day, and the 10 th assembly on the second day takes 30 minutes. Give this information (a) what is the percent learning rate and (b) what is the total cumulative time to produce all 17 welded assemblies? Use the Crawford learning curve model. 7. A supplier of parts to an assembly plant in the household appliance industry is required to make deliveries on a just-in-time basis (daily). For one of the parts
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