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table index nbr 2 # Questions 30 1 2 3 4 5 1 Lesson Question Nbr Prob Question Nbr 2 50 50 0.03 2 51 51 0.03 2 52 52 0.03 2 53 53 0.03 2 54 54 0.03 2 55 55 0.03 2 56 56 0.03 2 57 57 0.03 2 58 58 0.03 2 59 59 0.03 2 60 60 0.03 2 61 61 0.03 50. JIT in its conceptual sense: A. is a lean production system B. has no idle items waiting to be processed C. has no idle workers D. has no idle workstations waiting to process work E. all of the above 51. JIT philosophy suggests that workers are . .. A. Assets B. Liabilities C. Interchangeable D. Replaceable E. To be phased out 52. The ultimate goal of JIT is to have: A. no in-process inventories B. cross-trained workers capable of handling every process C. a smooth, rapid flow of materials through the system D. no setup times E. all of the above 53. Which one of the following is not one of the building blocks that is the foundation of JIT? A. product design B. process design C. personnel/organizational elements D. manufacturing planning and control E. kanban 54. Building up an inventory of standard parts or modules instead of immediately producing the finished end items is the essence of: A. delayed differentiation B. kanban C. autonomation D. andon E. matrix management 55. Which of the following would you not expect to see in JIT? A. a flexible system B. minimum inventory C. little waste D. reduced setup times E. a significant number of daily schedule changes 56. The comprehensive approach used in JIT systems to deal with quality includes: A. designing quality into products and processes B. insisting vendors provide high quality materials C. making workers responsible for producing high quality D. A, B and C E. 100% inspection of raw materials, work-in-process and finished goods
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