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160-Production-Methods-Intro

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Name: Class: Date Taken: Total Possible Marks: 27 Production Methods - Introduction Complete the following questions in the time allowed by your teacher Quick definitions Provide a short, accurate definition of each of the following terms (two marks for each good definition) 2 1. Define: job production 2 2. Define: batch production 2 3. Define: flow production Provide outline answers to the following questions (one mark for each relevant or valid point listed) 3 4. Identify up to three advantages of a business using job production A. B. C. D. E. 3 5. Identify up to three disadvantages of a business using batch production A. B. C. D. www.tutor2u.net - 1 -
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- 2 - 6 6. List two examples for each of job, batch and flow production A. B. C. D. E. F. Outline your answers to the following questions (up to three marks for each question) 3 7. Explain the different capital (machinery) requirements for the job, batch and flow methods of production www.tutor2u.net - 2 -
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- 3 - 3 8. Explain which method of production is most generally most flexible, and why 3 9. Outline the main factors that a business will consider when choosing the most appropriate method of production www.tutor2u.net - 3 -
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