Selected Answer The degree of variation of inputs and outputs is high Answers

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Selected Answer: The degree of variation of inputs and outputs is high. Answers: The resultant output is mostly tangible. They cannot incorporate quality standards.
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The service experience remains constant each time. They are not labor-intensive. The degree of variation of inputs and outputs is high. Question 96 1 out of 1 points Materials that have been purchased to be used as inputs in making other products are included in: Selected Answer: raw materials inventory. Answers: partial inventory. raw materials inventory. supplier inventory. finished products inventory. work-in-process inventory. Question 97 1 out of 1 points How do operations managers ensure quality and efficiency during the transformation process of inputs into outputs? Selected Answer: They take feedback at various points in the transformation process and compare them to established standards. Answers: They shift from material-requirements planning (MRP) to just-in-time (JIT) inventory management. They ensure that their products never use the modular design of transforming because this process increases the cost of labor. They take feedback at various points in the transformation process and compare them to established standards.
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They always employ computer-assisted manufacturing (CAM) technologies to guide and control the transformation processes. They keep the work cycling between two different batches of labor in order to track any loopholes. Question 98 1 out of 1 points A company that manufactures large products, such as houses or bridges, may require that all resources be brought to a central location during production. This type of a facility layout is called a(n): Selected Answer: fixed-position layout. Answers: line layout. web layout. fixed-position layout. assembly line layout. product layout. Question 99 1 out of 1 points A primary reason for using standardization is to: Selected Answer: reduce production costs. Answers: reduce production costs. reduce product quality. increase the choices available for customers. foster creativity. support variability of the resources used. Question 100 0 out of 1 points
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An automobile company allows buyers to select the color, interiors, and features of their cars based on their individual requirements. Though most parts of the cars can be altered to meet the buyers' specifications, their outer body remains the same. This is an example of _____. Selected Answer: standardization Answers: standardization crowdsourcing mass customization benchmarking lean manufacturing
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