homework 9 sol(3,28)

homework 9 sol(3,28) - Purdue University Leyla Ozsen IE 383...

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Purdue University IE 383 Leyla Ozsen Spring 2008 Assignment #9 Due at the beginning of class on Thursday, March 27 th Homework Policy: 1. You are allowed to work on your homework in groups, but that work should involve an exchange of ideas on how to solve the problems, rather than completing the final write-up that you will be submitting. 2. Always write up your homework solutions alone- that means without another person or another person’s paper. In the case of a computer assignment, do not have another team’s computer files with you when you are creating your own. 3. If you got any help with a particular problem from someone, then cite that person in your write- up. For example, “I thank Valerie Tardif for helping me solve this problem.’” If you worked with other(s), then each of you should cite the other(s). 4. To get full credit for the problems , r efer to the rules also described in the syllabus and introduction slides 5. It is recommended that you use excel for this assignment. Solve the problem in table format. Pay careful attention when you perform rounding of decimal numbers. Problem 1. A company would like to determine its aggregate production plan for the next coming months. The forecasted demand and others necessary data are given below: Month Demand Days Jan 20,000 20 Feb 22,000 22 March 16,000 19 April 40,000 24 May 20,000 21 Jun 17,000 19 July 11,000 22 August 33,000 20 September 21,000 21 Oct 34,000 22 Hiring 100 $ per person Firing 250 $ per person Overtime 20 $ per unit Regular Production 10 $ per unit Subcontract 30 $ per unit Inventory 1 $ per unit per month
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Purdue University IE 383 Leyla Ozsen Spring 2008 There are currently 50 workers employed regularly for 8 hours/day. Maximum allowed overtime is 2 hours per worker per day. According to the time study, one
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This note was uploaded on 10/08/2011 for the course IE 383 taught by Professor Leyla,o during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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