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Dr. Emmert POSC 2353 25 April 2007 Problem Set 4 1. Many factors play into the decision. First there is the overall cost of the vehicles. Chick buses are considerably less expensive than temperature controlled semi- trailers. In addition, number of chicks is important. Semi-trailers can hold upwards of 100,000 chicks while buses can only hold 35,000. Other factors include temperature and maneuverability. Chick buses are able to maneuver to more areas but cannot regulate temperature. Semi-trailers on the other hand can
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Unformatted text preview: control temperature but are not as effective in out maneuvering obstacles. 2A. 95-7=88%=percent hatchability 521,000 X 88% = 458,920 Chicks 2B.40 X 500/2 = 10,000 10,000 X (1/.40) X 4 = 100,000 chicks 40 X 600/2 = 12,000 12,000 X (1/.32) X 5 = 187,500 chicks 2C. 63,920/2 = 31,960 31,960 X .37 = 11,825 11,825 X 2 = 23,650/43 = 550ft 2D. 458,920 – 100,000 – 187,500 – 63,920 = 107,500 107,500/4 = 26,875 43 X 450/2 = 9,675 9,675/26,875 = .36 feet...
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