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T. E. Lockhart use 3014  rr’fA EXAMINATION Examination guidelines: 0 Part I: Closed book / closed notes 0 Part II: Opened book / opened notes 0 Use complete sentences to respond to narrative questions.
0 Use the space provided to answer questions. 0 Please write Iegibly. 0 Note the weighting on the various problems. Pledge: I neither gave nor received any unauthorized information on or about this
examination. (Signature) I Part : Closed Book/Closed Notes 1. True or False (answer T/F beside the letter) (20 Points) 1?
Waite b. Synthetic rating evaluates operation rate from predetermined time values. {a} lemental times are based on previous time studies which have been proven to be accurate.
d. Work measurement is analysis and work methods is design.
Te. Disadvantage of the continuous method of watch recording is that it can not immediater tell
elemental time.
T f. Setting the time standards using the predeterminedtime system is based on elemental
descriptions and synthesized time variables. ating scales provide an integrated summary of physical workload, from the perspective of the
operator. /( h. Element times of 0.04 min is a short element and 0.25 min is a reasonable one ’C i. Time study for a Noncyclic work should be performed using continuous timing method Predetermined time systems enable determination of standard times for new operations for whom
we don’t have past data < ‘2. Multiple Choice (circle the correct answer)  12 points The “efﬁcien " is defined as [B 0 standard time for doing a job/actual time spent on the job actual working time spent by the worker/worker's capacity “Utilization” is deﬁned as A. Total amount of production time/production time of a single unit é actual working time spent by the machine/machine's capacity Allowances are ad'ustment of the standard time to com ensat loses due to A. personal needs
B. Fatigue C. Unavoidable delays ndard time is the mount of time determined b the en erformin' iner as reuired for B. element T a. Allowances are adjustment of the standard time to compensate unavoidable delays. ( 0M Reds , W,
I 'W‘Wmir You Must turn in Part  before beginning Part II. Part II: Open Book/Open Notes 3. Fifteen cycles were observed and the data below was tabulated for a three element
task. (32 points) Given 95% conﬁdence, what would be the (one) accuracy associated with the study
you will use? (12 points) Q ‘ m Cl ‘ l ‘6 ﬂ Z [/\= [8 exp» 61$ E= KEV—s] c 0"; Panama: E/y = l Given that you want a 5% accuracy associated with the study, what would be the
statistical conﬁdence in your results? (10 points) "EsE5313 \ you wan e auracy of”???ng . . , M " , _
additional readings would you have to make? (10 points) w I = M: £12: Clam E : ‘OlCSong @/ IQ : “.5; E LM)12: \OB 4. Below are the first four cycles of a time study that involves a seven elements task (given to a
worker doing light job in a very good environmental and working conditions). Time is recorded in hundredths of a minute and the Continuous Method of timekeeping was utilized in the study. A) Calculate standard time given that performance rating was good for skill, poor for effort,
good for conditions, and fair for consistency. (12 points) B) Elements 6 and 7 are noncyclic elements. How will the averages of these elements be
treated in determining the standard time for the task as a whole? (3 points) C) When Element 2 in Cycle 4 was observed, the technician failed to observer the ending time
of the element. What must he do to compensate for this error in observation? (3 points) Cycle
Element 1 2 3 1 17 371 673
56 41 1 774
72 425 789
96 446 817
105 456 826 655 NOM‘UNt 346 WWW toe
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M with» ~ «tom 5. A stopwatch time study was used to time a waﬁéng pace and the data is reported
below. (18 points) Distance
(in paces) A. Neglecting concept of rating and allowances, use a simple regression
analysis to create a model to predict the time to walk a given distance. The 3 ‘0. 011% + «5% L (inﬁnite) R1: 3343 B. Consider the data pairs (20 paces, 0.095 minutes) and (35 paces. 0.137
minutes), predict the time to walk 27.1 paces. E " Yb N )(x )(b —\ a pic X» A L’s. 41°“ 1 ‘l'B‘l\O‘ﬁ 33 All) ll x ll’c87é C. Use your regression model to predict the time to walk 27.1 paces. Why is
this “better” answer than the one you obtained by interpolation? ...
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