Hw 3 #2 - The Manufacturing firm experiences excess...

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QdRetail Beginning Inv reorder Qdm Ending Inv January 50 50 50 50 February 65 50 80 65 March 70 65 75 70 April 65 70 60 65 May 40 65 15 40 June 20 40 0 20 July 25 20 30 25 August 50 25 75 50 mean QdR 48.13 Sd Qdr 18.7 Coeff Var 0.39 Qdw Beginning Inv reorder Qdm Ending Inv January 50 50 50 50 February 80 50 110 80 March 75 80 70 75 April 60 75 45 60 May 15 60 0 45 June 0 45 0 45 July 30 45 15 30 August 75 30 120 75 Mean QdW 48.13 Sd QdW 30.11 Coeff Var 0.63 Qdm Beginning Inv reorder Qdm Ending Inv January 50 50 50 50 February 110 50 170 110 March 70 110 30 70 April 45 70 20 45 May 0 45 0 45 June 0 45 0 45 July 15 45 0 30 August 120 30 210 120 mean QdM 51.25 Sd QdM 46.5 Coeff Var 0.91 c. The Wholesale firm experiences excess inventory for May and June
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Unformatted text preview: The Manufacturing firm experiences excess inventory for May, June and July d. As we get further and further away from the customer demand, the high the Coefficient of Variation This exemplifies the bullwhip effect where the flucuation of demand is highest for the manufacturer The retailer has the lowest variation with the wholesaler between the retailer and manufacturer in demand variation n. r...
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