Break Even Analysis Practice Problems Solutions

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BMGT 322 - Operations Management Break-Even Analysis Practice Problem IV Solution The following diagram shows a 4-step process that begins with Operation 1 and ends with Operation 4. The rates shown in each box represent the effective capacity of that operation. a. Determine the capacity of this entire process. The capacity of the entire process is that of the lowest individual capacity, that of Operation 3, or 11 units/hour. b. Which action would yield the greatest increase in process capacity?
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Unformatted text preview: 1) Increase the capacity of Operation 1 by 15% 2) Increase the capacity of Operation 2 by 10% 3) Increase the capacity of Operation 3 by 10% Increasing Operation 1 or 2 would not be effective unless Operation 3 is increased first as Operati is the bottleneck. Increasing Operation 3 by 10% would increase it to 11*1.1 = 12.1 units per hou Operation 1 12 / hr. Operation 2 15 / hr. Operation 3 11 / hr. Operation 4 14 / hr....
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2013 for the course BMGT 322 taught by Professor Craigehlert during the Spring '13 term at MSU Bozeman.

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