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M7-22 - M7-22 a Total cycle time includes all activities...

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M7-22 a. Total cycle time includes all activities that consume time, both value- added and non-value-added activities. Therefore, all of the above items are included in the total cycle time. i b. The non-value-added items include all items except processing. c. Cycle efficiency = Processing time ÷ Total cycle time Cell 1 efficiency = 12.5 ÷ 23.4 = 53.4% e Cell 2 efficiency = 16.6 ÷ 24.9 = 66.7% d. Based only on cell cycle efficiency cycle two is most attractive; however, Cell 1 has less total cycle time and less processing time. Therefore, Cell 1 is recommended, especially if some of the non-value-added activities can be
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