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19 1. Calculate the Total Profit
2. Calculate the time spent f
3. Calculate the total profit a
4. Calculate the average pro
5. Find the maximum profit a
6. Find the minimum profit a
7. If the time spent for one d
8. If the production for each
9. If total production per day
we will add +10 bonus to the
If the total production per da
10. Find the days at least on 1. Calculate the Total Profit for each day
2. Calculate the time spent for each day
3. Calculate the total profit and total time for 20 days
4. Calculate the average profit and time in 20 days
5. Find the maximum profit and time in 20 days
6. Find the minimum profit and time in 20 days
7. If the time spent for one day is greater than 48 (assuming 6 labors) then there is overtime. Find the days with over time
8. If the production for each product is below 30 units then it is a slow day, find the slow days and regular days
9. If total production per day is greater than 150 units, then if the production for product 1 is greater than the average total production,
we will add +10 bonus to the total profit, otherwise we will add +5 bonus to the profit
If the total production per day is less than 150 units, we will add no bonus to the total profit.
10. Find the days at least one product is above the 2 times the average total production in 20 days rage total production, months year
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Total Production of Product1 in year 2004=
Total Production of Product2 in January=
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number of months in 2004 that product 1 <300 594
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This note was uploaded on 07/08/2011 for the course IE 131 taught by Professor Groover during the Spring '08 term at Lehigh University .
 Spring '08
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