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b.Dulaney's current yearly ROA is _____%. (Enter your response rounded to one decimal place.)c.Suppose COGS and merchandise inventory were each cut by 10%. The new pretax margin is _____ %. (Enter your response rounded to one decimal place.)
d.Based on the current profit margin in part a., Dulaney would have to generate $___ in additional sales in order to have the same effect on pretax earnings as a 10% decrease in merchandise costs. (Enter your response rounded to the nearest dollar.)2.Electra Company is looking to award a new contract for 500,000 integrated circuit boards. The table below summarizes the expected performance of three possible suppliers with regard to price, quality, and delivery. Calculate the weighted performance score for the three possible suppliers, using the weights provided below. What supplier should Electra choose, based on these results?Summary Data for 3 Possible SuppliersPerformance Values for 3 SuppliersThe weighted performance score for Aardvark Electronics is __________ (Price Importance Rate * Score) + (Quality Importance Rate * Score) + (Delivery Reliability Rate * Score) = Weighted Performance Score
3.The ABC Company had two options for sourcing molded plastic parts, and these options are presented in the table below. Now, the ABC Company has identified another potential supplier for themolded plastic parts. The new supplier has bid $0.0600 per part but also will impose a shipping and handling charge of $0.0100 per unit. Additional inventory handling charges should amount to $0.0080per unit. Finally, purchasing costs are estimated at $15 per month for the length of the 36-month contract. Note that the forecasted demand is a total of 1 million units over the 36 months.Cost Analysis for the Sourcing Decision a.The total cost per unit for the new supplier is $______. (Enter your response rounded to four decimal places.)