Opma Test 1 Solutions

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Name: __________________________ OPMA 3306, Section 571 Test 1 (Chapters 1, 2, 3, 9, & Supplement A) Feb 23, 2006 Possible Points = 100 1. A manufacturing firm is considering whether to produce or subcontract the production of a new product. The estimated fixed costs associated with this new product are $100,000 per year. The projected price is $25 per unit, and the variable cost of production is $7.50. An alternative is to subcontract the production of this product. The fixed cost associated with subcontracting is negligible and is assumed to be zero. The variable costs for subcontracting are $15.00 per unit. a. What is the break-even quantity between these two options? (5 pts) F M = $100,000 F B = $0 C M = $7.50/Unit C B = $15.00/Unit b. If expected demand is 25,000 units, should you make the product yourself, or subcontract it? (5 pts) Make. TC M = F M + QC M = $100,000 + 25,000($7.50) = 100,000 + 187,500 = $287,500 TC B = F B + QC B = $0 + 25,000($15) = 0 + 375,000 = $375,000 334 , 13 333 , 13 5 . 7 000 , 100 5 . 7 15 0 000 , 100 = = - - = - - = B M M B C C F F Q
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2. Consider the tasks, durations, and predecessor relationships in the following network. a. Calculate the expected duration and variance for each activity (T E ). (10 pts) 6 4 p m a T E + + = 2 2 6 - = a p σ b. Draw the network. (5 pts) Activity Immediate Predecessor(s) Optimistic (Weeks) Most Likely (Weeks) Pessimistic (Weeks) T E 2 σ A --- 8 12 16 12 1.777778 B
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