Aneury Casado
Operations Management
November 19, 2014
Case Study#2: Reynolds Construction Company
1) Reduce total project duration as much as possible without unnecessary additional
costs. Indicate the new critical path or paths. Show how much slack time

Week 12 Recitation
Wait-Line Management
1. AVI supplies vended food to a large university. Because students kick the machines at every
opportunity, management has a constant repair problem. The machines break down on an average of
three per hour, and the

Recitation 3
Solution Key
Chapter 6: Review and Discussion Questions
4
.Recently some Operations Management experts have begun insisting that simple
minimizing process velocity, which actually means minimizing the time that it
takes to process something t

Week 12 Recitation KEY
Wait Line Management
1. AVI supplies vended food to a large university. Because students kick the machines at every
opportunity, management has a constant repair problem. The machines break down on an
average of three per hour, and

Operations Management
70-371
Fall 2014
Week 3 Lecture 2
National Cranberry Cooperative
Instructor: Mustafa Akan
National Cranberry Cooperative
Case
Objectives:
Process Analysis & Capacity Planning
Flow Diagram
Bottleneck Analysis
Littles Law
Utilizat

Recitation 11
Inventory Management
QUESTIONS
Problem #1 Solve textbook problem #1 (Chapter 17 of the textbook)
Problem #2 Solve textbook problem #2 (Chapter 17 of the textbook)
Problem #3 During the past fifty lead times, demands for a product have been a

Operations 70371
Aneury Casado
09/11/2014
All text, tables, exhibits in this assignment were prepared on our own.
Case Report: National Cranberry Cooperative
Fill in your name in the header. Please read the Course Syllabus for guidelines on collaboration

Aneury Casado
Operations Management
11/19/2014
Case Study 4: University Health Services: Walk-In Clinic
1. Evaluate the performance of the Walk-In clinic. Are waiting times now
acceptable?
The performance of the Walk-In clinic at the end of the case did n

Problem 1(a)
Wood County Hospital consumes 500 boxes of bandages per week. The
price of bandages is $70 per box. The cost of processing an order is $60,
and the cost of holding one box for a year is 15% of t

Operations Management
70-371
Fall 2014
Week 2 Lecture 2
Inventory Build-up Diagram
Process Selection
Instructor: Mustafa Akan
Inventory Buildup Diagram
Restaurant Example:
Open 5 pm to 3 am
Serve 100 customers per hour
Smooth rate of customer arrivals
Arr

Introduction to Managerial
Accounting
Chapter 18
Learning Objectives
What is managerial accounting and how is it used?
Differences between service, merchandising, and
manufacturing companies
Classifying costs
Cost of goods manufactured and cost per it

Carnegie Mellon University
Tepper School of Business
Production 70-371
Sample Final Examination:
Duration: 150 min
Name:
Lecture:
1
(Please circle)
2
INSTRUCTIONS
1.
This is a closed book, closed notes exam.
2.
All work must be shown on the exam. No other

Introduction to Accounting (70-122): Final
NAME:
_
SECTION:
_
Instructions
Time Allowed: 2 hours. A non-graphing calculator is allowed but not necessary. Please read the instructions for
each question carefully and write your answers as clearly as possibl

Review for Midterm Exam
and
Sample Midterm Solution
Review for the midterm exam
x
Midterm is finally here!
x
Today:
Whats included in the exam
Must knows of each topic
Solution of practice midterm
Suggestions for further study
Midterm Review Fall 2012

Recitation 8
March 18, 2010
Problems on Forecasting
Problem 1: Merci Hospital has data on the number of admissions over the past 10 weeks.
The administration would like to predict the number of admissions for the coming week.
Week
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Adm

SOLUTION KEY
Recitation 2
Break-Even Analysis The owner of a small manufacturing firm has patented a new
device for washing dishes and cleaning dirty kitchen sinks. Before trying to
commercialize the device and add it to her existing product line, she wan

SOLUTION KEY
Recitation 4
Review and Discussion Questions
1. Which characteristics must a project have for critical path scheduling to be applicable? What
types of projects have been subjected to critical path analysis?
Project characteristics necessary f

SOLUTION KEY
Recitation 6
Numerical Problems
Q. 1 Linear Programming I: The Stratton Company produces two basic types of
plastic pipe. Three resources are crucial to the output of pipe: extrusion hours,
packaging hours, and a special additive to the plast

Production and Operations
Management
70-371
Fall 2012
Recipe for Exam Successipe
Instructor: Mustafa Akan
Final Exam
o Mix of quantitative and qualitative questions
o Qualitative questions
o Short answers
o True/False
o Multiple choice
o Elaborating on th

Recitation 5
February 12, 2010
You will see how the optimization problem below can be formulated as a linear program
and the optimal solution can be determined by first plotting constraints and then using the
Excel solver.
LawnGrow Manufacturing Company m

Recitation Week 1
January 15, 2010
You will solve problems on the calculation of productivity measures: 4,5,6,7 of the
second chapter (pages 32-33). You will also discuss the following questions:
What do we mean when we say productivity is a relative mea

Formula Sheet
1. Productivity
Productivity = Output/Input
2. Process Analysis
Little Law :
s
Inventory = Flow Time * Throughput Rate
3. Let X be a Beta random variable denoting the duration of an activity. If
Xopt and Xpess are the optimistic and pessimis

Recitation
Week 14
April 23, 2010
Wait-Line Management
Solve problems 13, 17, 20, 21, 22, and 23 available in Chapter 8A of your textbook (on pages
302 and 304).

Recitation 2
January 22, 2010
This week, you will cover the following two topics:
1. Break-even analysis presented on pages 207-208 of your book and solve the following
problem: the owner of a small manufacturing firm has patented a new device for washing

SOLUTION KEY
Recitation 1
Problem #4
Labor Productivity units/hour
Model
Deluxe Car
Output
in Units
4,000
Input
in Labor Hours
20,000
Productivity
(Output/Input)
0.20
Limited Car
6,000
30,000
0.20
Output
in Dollars
4,000($8,000)=
$32,000,000
Input
in Doll

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Founded by Brian Acton and Jan Koum, 2009
Messaging subscription service
April 2012, 2B messages per day
August 2012, 10B messages per day
December 2013, 400 million active users claimed
Revenues went from $82M to $174M 2012 to
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Solution to Quiz 7
If total variable costs increase by 10% at every level of output then the marginal cost
curve of hospitals must increase by 10% at every level of output. The cost increase has no
direct effect on demanders, hence the market demand curve

04.9. Worker Paced
We know that Step 4 is the bottleneck and has a process capacity a to the capacity of the entire process
because the utilization = 100%. We are given the fact that the process capacity = 36 units/hour, and Step .
has a utilization of 4