Chap14_MC_Questions&Answers

Chap14_MC_Questions&Answers - Chapter 14: Multiple...

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1 Chapter 14: Multiple Choice Questions 1. Demand for a given item is said to be dependent if a. the item has several children b. there is a deep bill of materials c. the finished products are mostly services (rather than goods) d. there is a clearly identifiable parent 2. Dependent demand and independent demand items differ in that a. for any product, all components are dependent-demand items b. the need for independent-demand items is forecasted c. the need for dependent-demand items is calculated d. all of the above are true 3. A master production schedule specifies a. the financial resources required for production b. what component is to be made, and when c. what product is to be made, and when d. the labor hours required for production 4. The ______ is(are) the MRP input detailing which end items are to be produced, when they are needed, and in what quantities. a. master production schedule b. gross requirements c. inventory records d. assembly time chart 5. A master production schedule contains information about a. quantities and required delivery dates of all sub-assemblies b. quantities and required delivery dates of final products c. inventory on hand for each sub-assembly d. inventory on hand for each final product 6. In continuous (make-to-stock) operations, the master production schedule is usually expressed in terms of a. end-items b. modules c. kits d. customer orders 7. In job shop (make-to-order) operations, the master production schedule is usually expressed in terms of a. end-items b. modules c. kits d. customer orders
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2 8. The following table is an example of a(n) Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Clothes Washer 200 100 Clothes Dryer 300 100 100 100 Upright Freezer 200 500 a. aggregate plan b. load report c. master production schedule d. inventory record 9. The ______ is the input to Materials Requirements Planning which lists the assemblies, subassemblies, parts and raw materials needed to produce one unit of finished product. a. bill of materials b. net requirements chart c. inventory records d. assembly time chart 10. A bill of materials lists the a. times needed to perform all phases of production b. production schedules for all products c. components, ingredients, and materials required to produce an item d. operations required to produce an item 11. One way to facilitate production scheduling and production in firms making a large number of different final products is to use a. planning bills b. modular bills c. phantom bills d. overdue bills 12. The bill of materials contains information necessary to a. convert (explode) net requirements at one level into gross requirements at the next level b. calculate quantities on hand and on order c. convert gross requirements into net requirements d. place an order to replenish the item 13. Which of the following statements best compares modular bills and phantom bills? a.
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