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QMTD 3600 FA03 MC SET #2 DUE: 10/7/03 INSTRUCTION : Use Scantron. Do not turn in the problem statement. There are 50 questions. CHAPTER 5 1. Which of the following is the case where capacity is measured in terms of inputs? A) hospital B) theater C) restaurant D) all of the above E) none of the above 2. Which of the following is not a strategy to manage service capacity? A) hiring extra workers D) all of the above are strategies B) backlogging E) all of the above are not strategies C) pricing and promotion 3. Which of the following are assumptions of the break-even model? I Only one product is involved. II Everything that is produced can be sold. III The revenue per unit will be the same regardless of volume. A) I only B) I and II only C) II only D) II and III only E) I, II and III 4. A basic question in capacity planning is: A) what kind is needed D) all of the above B) how much is needed E) none of the above C) when is it needed 5. Capacity refers to the upper limit of: A) inventories B) demand C) supplies D) rate of output E) finances 6. Seasonal variations are often easier to deal with in capacity planning than random variations because seasonal variations tend to be: A) smaller B) larger C) predictable D) controllable E) less frequent 7. Production units have an optimal rate of output where: A) total costs are minimum D) rate of output is maximum B) unit costs are minimum E) total revenue is maximum C) marginal costs are minimum 8. The maximum possible output given a product mix, scheduling difficulties, quality factors, and so on, is: A) utilization D) effective capacity B) design capacity E) available capacity C) efficiency 9. Given the following information, the efficiency is: Effective capacity = 80 units per day Design capacity = 100 units per day Utilization = 48% A) 20% B) 35% C) 48% D) 60% E) 80% 10. Capacity planning decisions have both long-term and short-term considerations. Which of the following statements are true? I. Long-term considerations relate to the overall level of capacity. II. Short-term considerations relate to the probable variations in capacity requirements. III. Short-term considerations determine the “effective capacity.” A) Only one of the three statements is true. B) I and II C) II and III D) I and III E) All three statements are correct.
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CHAPTER 6 11. Which of the following is not a benefit of cellular manufacturing? A) faster throughput time D) reduced setup time B) less material handling E) none of the above C) more work-in-process inventory 12. Which of the following is not a characteristic of layout decisions in system design? A) substantial investment of both money and effort B) long-term commitment C) significant impact on short-term efficiency D) usually well-received by operative personnel E) all of the above 13. The grouping of equipment by the operations needed to perform similar work for part families is: A) product layout D) fixed-position layout B) cellular manufacturing layout
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course MANAGEMENT 103 taught by Professor Mr.singh during the Spring '11 term at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

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