Decision Making - SUBDOMAIN309. Competency 309.3.1 Decision Making Models The graduate uses optimizing models and Objective309.3.106: Objective309.3

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SUBDOMAIN 309.3 - QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS   Competency 309.3.1: Decision Making Models -  The graduate uses optimizing models and  other models as aids for making more informed decisions.   Objective 309.3.1-06:  Determine order size using the economic order quantity model. Objective 309.3.1-07:  Determine lot size using the economic production lot size model. Introduction:   A variety of criteria and techniques can be used to determine how many units of a product to  purchase or produce and what parameters to set for inventory management. In this task, apply the  economic order quantity model and the economic production lot model to related decisions.   Given:   Company A’s demand is uniform throughout the year and totals 18,000 units per year. Ordering  costs total $38 per order. The annual holding cost rate is 26% of the value of the inventory. The  per-unit cost of inventory is $12.
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Decision Making - SUBDOMAIN309. Competency 309.3.1 Decision Making Models The graduate uses optimizing models and Objective309.3.106: Objective309.3

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