The first unit produced in 15 hours has an estimated learning rate of 90

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14.The first unit produced in 15 hours has an estimated learning rate of 90 percent. At what level of output will the average production time per unit fall below 11 hours? a. Fewer than or equal to 15 unitsb. Greater than 15 units but fewer than or equal to 17 unitsc. Greater than 17 units but fewer than or equal to 19 unitsd. Greater than 19 unitsAnswer: d15.How long will it take to make 25 units if the first one took 8 hours and there is a 90 percent learning rate? Refer to the copy of Table G.1appended to this exam.16.The fifth unit took 10 hours to produce and the learning rate is expected to be 85 percent. How long will it take to produce the tenth unit? 17.The fifth unit of a long production run was produced in 15 hours. The process has an estimated learning rate of 90 percent. What is the lowest level of output at which the average production time per unit falls below 15 hours? 18.How long will it take to make 25 units if the third one took 6.5 hours and there is a 90 percent learning rate? Refer to the copy of Table G.1 appended to this exam.a. Fewer than or equal to 130 hours b. Greater than 130 hours but fewer than or equal to 140 hours c. Greater than 140 hours but fewer than or equal to 150 hours d. Greater than 150 hours Answer: b19.The fourth unit took 10 hours to produce and the learning rate is expected to be 80 percent. How long will it take to produce the tenth unit? 20.The seventh unit of a long production run was produced in 3 hours. The process has an estimated learning rate of 90 percent. At what level of output will the cumulative production time exceed 40 hours?

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