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1 Name: (please print) Illustrative Exam 1 BUAD311 – Operations Management Spring 2009 1 hour and 50 minutes All together the exam has a maximum of 100 points. There are 7 pages including this page. This is an open-book, open-notes exam. You may use a simple calculator. No laptops. No PDAs. Sharing books/notes with other students is not allowed. There is a partial credit for each question unless otherwise noted. Show your work completely! Do not be tempted to seek “inspiration” from a neighbor’s exam. Poor scores can be overcome, but cheating will be dealt with harshly! Please sign here to indicate that you have adhered to university policies regarding ethical behavior in preparing for and completing this exam. “I hereby certify that I have adhered to the university policies regarding ethical behavior in preparing for and completing this exam.”
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2 Section A: Multiple Choices [4 pts each. No partial credits.] Circle only one. 1. Which of the following statement is correct? a) Make-to-order systems are better than make-to-stock systems. b) Make-to-stock systems are better than make-to-order systems. c) Hybrid systems are perfect and better than both MTO and MTS systems. d) Hybrid systems are worse than both MTO and MTS systems. e) None of the above 2. According to Little’s Law, a restaurant owner may increase the revenue by a) reducing the throughput rate b) having larger space and higher WIP c) having smaller space and lower WIP d) increasing the time customers staying in the restaurant e) None of the above 3. To improve the utilization rate, we can I: Cross-train the workers II: Adopt flexibility equipments III: Shift from MTS systems to MTO systems Choose the most appropriate. a) I b) II c) III d) I and II e) I, II, and III 4. Of the following five expressions, how many are linear? y
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