M&IS 34060: Operations Management
There are 25 questions of 4 points each (Total = 100 points).
The primary responsibility of operations function in an organization is
Assessing customer wants and needs.
Raising capital and ma
Homework 5 chapter 3
1. The two general approaches to forecasting are:
qualitative and quantitative-Forecast approaches are either quantitative or
2. Gradual, long-term movement in time series data is called:
Trend-Trends move the time series
Chapter 13: Inventory Management Problems and Solutions
Here are suggested extra problems for Chapter 13 Inventory
Management for you to try. Explanations to these problems are given
at the beginning of lecture video for HW#4 and #5. The solutions are
Homework 4 chapter 18
1. Waiting lines occur even in under loaded systems because of variability in service rates
and/or arrival rates.
True-Variability leads to short-term mismatches that lead to waiting lines.
2. A single channel queuing system has an a
Homework 2 chapter 9
1. The Deming Prize was established by the _.
Japanese-The Deming Prize is a prominent Japanese quality award.
2. Lost production time, scrap, and rework are examples of _.
Internal failure costs-These are internal failure costs.
Homework 3 Chapter 10
1. A control chart used to monitor the process mean is the:
chart monitors the process mean.
2. A control chart used to monitor the fraction of defectives generated by a process is the:
p-chart-The p-chart monitors the fr
Homework 6 chapter 15
1. RFID eliminates the need for counting and bar-code scanning.
True-RFID does away with the need for counting and bar-code scanning.
2. Which of the following is not a goal of supply chain management?
lowest possible transportation
Kent State University
Introduction to Operations
You should be able to: Management
Define the term operations management
Identify the three major functional areas of organizations
When to use MRP
Three MRP Inputs
Master production Schedule1 (MPS)
Material Requirements Planning
Computer-based information sy