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(days in inventory) + (days in AccRecievable) - (Days in AccPayable) Capacity utilized: Actual output/desired capacity Process utility: Throughput time/ value added time Shrinkage Calculation: Order size: Actual demand/(percent that’s acceptable) Go backwards: amount desired/(percentage of ending amount that won’t be rejected)/ (percentage of amount that made it there undamaged/ (percentage of
amount that made it to THAT step undamaged)/ (percentage of amount that wasn’t damaged) =how much you need Risk pooling square root rule: (sqrroot current n warehouses)/ (sqrroot desired n warehouses) * (stock currently in each warehouse * desired n of warehouses) =stock needed · Question 1 2 out of 2 points safd fsad Calculate the %time busy (arrival rate/service rate) exactly as you would as if there was only one one worker (2 POINTS) Since the two workers only service one customer at a time, they are in fact working like a single worker. What percentage of the time is this single team of workers busy? (Choose the closest answer)
· Question 2 2 out of 2 points Sfsa calculate time spent in line (2 POINTS) What is the average time (in minutes) a customer waits before they place an order? (Choose the closest answer)
· Question 3 2 out of 2 points Formula “number in line” (2 POINTS) What is the average number of customers in the line? (Choose the closest answer)
· Question 4 Calculate this one using the Number in System formula. (arrived)/(number served-arrived)