A 2years b 1 2 years c 1 year d no more than 4 weeks

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A.) > 2years B.) 1-2 years C.) < 1 year D.) no more than 4 weeks
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What is the storage area between stages which allows stages to operate independently? A.) Kanban Square B.) Inventory Bin C.) Buffer D.) Cushion
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What is the resource with the smallest capacity? A.) The bottleneck B.) The resource capacity C.) The maximum output D.) The last station on the assembly line
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Where should resources be added to increase capacity? A.) At the beginning B.) At the end C.) At the supplier D.) At the bottleneck E.) In the front offices where the soft- handed carpet walkers work
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What happens if Input > capacity? A.) The process becomes unstable B.) The process stabilizes C.) Buffers will disappear D.) Lucy and Ethel must hide candy under their hats
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What displays tasks that have a defined starting and ending time on a resource? A.) Flow chart B.) Pert chart C.) Pareto chart D.) Gantt chart
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A neutron walks into a bar and the bartender says… “For you, no charge”
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What is “the average time between completions of successive units in a process” A.) Input rate B.) Cycle time C.) Throughput D.) Output rate
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For parallel machines is it it appropriate to add cycle times? A.) No – capacities add for parallel machines, not cycle times B.) No - parallel machine times should never be part of the same calculation C.) YES – add CT every chance you get D.) YES – All cycle times of all machines in the entire process should be added every chance you get
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What does TPT/CT = A.) WIP B.) Ave TPT C.) Capacity D.) Buffer
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Two guys walk into a bar The third one ducks
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What does SPT stand for? A.) Smaller processing time B.) Simultaneous processing time C.) Situational processing tactics D.) Situational processing time
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What makes a task eligible? A.) If it was previously assigned but should be moved to improve efficiency B.) If it is the only task that hasn’t been placed C.) If all tasks that precede this task have been selected D.) If it has appeared on The Bachelor
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If CT = 50 seconds & total task time =190 seconds, how many stations do we need? A.) 4 B.) 5 C.) 3 D.) Can’t be determined without a calculator & my only calculator in on my phone & Dr. Kalish made me put it away.
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What strategy produces quantity equal to the average requirement over the planning horizon?
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