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84. Utilization is the ratio of time that a resource is actually activated relative to the time available for use. True False 85. Utilization is the ratio of time that a resource is actually available relative to the time that is activated for use. True False 86. If an automatic car wash processes 10 cars in one hour then the actual cycle time is 6 minutes. True False 87. If an automatic car wash processes 20 cars in one hour, but only 10 cars arrive on average in an hour, then the utilization is 50%. True False 88. If an automatic car wash processes 20 cars in one hour, but only 10 cars arrive on average in an hour, then the utilization is 30%. True False 89. A single-stage process can be analyzed using a single cycle time. True False 90. A multiple-stage process can be analyzed using a single cycle time. True False 91. A multiple-stage process has multiple groups of activities that are linked through flows. True False 92. The term "Stage" is used to indicate that multiple activities have been pulled together for analysis purposes. True False
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93. Buffering refers to a storage area between stages where the output of a stage is placed prior to being used in a downstream stage. True False 94. Buffering allows stages in a process to operate dependently of one another. True False 95. Blocking in a process occurs when the activities in the stage must stop because there is no place to deposit the item just completed. True False 96. Blocking in a process occurs when the activities in the stage must stop because there is no work. True False 97. Starving in a process occurs when the activities in the stage must stop because there is no work. True False 98. Starving in a process occurs when the activities in the stage must stop because there is no place to deposit the item just completed. True False 99. A bottleneck in a process limits the capacity of the process. True False 100. Processes can also be classified as either make-to-stock or make-to-order. True False 101. A make-to-order process is activated only in response to an actual order. True False
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102. A make-to-stock process is activated only in response to an actual order. True False 103. Services, by their nature, often use a make-to-order process. True False 104. Services, by their nature, often use a make-to-stock process. True False 105. Make-to-stock processes usually end with finished goods inventory.
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