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Unformatted text preview: The following information is for 15-18
Refer to this product-tree: P
A (2 M (3 B (3 N (4 C (4 C (4 D (5 ______15. If 17 Ps are needed, and no on-hand inventory exists, how many Ms will be needed?
F) None of the above ______16. If 17 Ps are needed, and on-hand inventory consists of 10 As, 15 Bs, 20 Cs, 12 Ms, and 5 Ns,
how many Cs are needed?
F) None of the above
______17. If 40 Ps are needed, and on-hand inventory consists of 15 Ps and 10 each of all other
components and subassemblies, how many Cs are needed?
F) None of the above
______18. If 17 Ps are needed, and no on-hand inventory exists, how many Ns will be needed?
F) None of the above The following information is for 86-89
The president of a consulting firm wants to minimize the total number of hours it will take to complete
four projects for a new client. Accordingly, she has estimated the time it should take for each of her top
consultants-Charlie, Betty, Johnny, and Rick-to complete any of the four projects, as follows: 86. In how many different ways can she assign these consultants to these projects?
E) 256 87. After the row and column reductions, what is the reduced time for assigning Rick to project D?
A) 0 hours
B) 8 hours
C) 10 hours
D) 9 hours
E) 22 hours 88. What is the optimal assignment of consultants to projects?
A) Charlie to A; Betty to B; Johnny to C; Rick to D
B) Charlie to D; Betty to C; Johnny to B; Rick to A
C) Charlie to C; Betty to A; Johnny to D; Rick to B
D) Charlie to D; Betty to B; Johnny to C; Rick to A
E) Charlie to D; Betty to A; Johnny to C; Rick to B 89. For the optimal schedule, what is the total number of hours it will take these consultants to complete
A) 53 hours
B) 46 hours
C) 50 hours
D) 61 hours
E) 54 hours ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Faulkner during the Spring '11 term at FSU.
- Spring '11