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3/26/16
1. DelMar
a. The request is reasonable because it falls within the predicted standard error of
estimate.
b. Yes because both (days spent and miles driven) have a proportional relationship with the
cost of the trip.
c. I would say the

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4/23/16
1. Burgess Lubricants Corporation
a. UCL- 25.2428 LCL- 25.1072
b. UCL- .5235 LCL-.1165
c. UCL-26.075 LCL- 24.275 (using POM)
Attempted Hand calculations:
Average 25.175 Standard Deviation 1.2
(23.902,26.448)
d. Rbar .32
(25.056,25.

1C
1D
2a
.2($7) -> $1.40 which is within max allowed increase of $3 provided in sensitivity analysis. $1.40(30)=$42
weekly profit inc.
Other option using shadow price.
.10(240 current hours)= 24*1.50 = $36 weekly profits
2b
Walkman unit profit improvement

1.
2.
b. multiply the daily costs shown above by 365 to get yearly cost. (8760/24hrs = 365 days of operation)
7544.55-6570=974.55 and 9490-8030=1460
3. 8am to 12pm
12pm-4pm
4pm-8pm
4.
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6.

1. Based on model
C= 97.65+62.5D+.45M
& D=4 M=330
C= 97.65+62.5(4)+.45(330)
C= $496.15
Sy,x= .4180
Considering standard error deviation
$496.15(.4180)= $207.39
$496.15 $207.39 = ($703.54, $288.76) Max & Min with standard error
2.
3.
4.
a. level safety sto

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Problem 11.
Figure #2 is incorrect due to node B
Figure #3 is incorrect due to node E
Problem 12.
Critical Path Problem with Slack Calculations: used copy/paste
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2/18/16
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of tonnage that maximizes profits. The decision maker can control the amount of
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11-2
Logistics Pipeline
11-3
Supply Chain Management
Planning, organizing, directing, & controlli

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Decision Making:
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Used for a wide range of operational managemen

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Robert Bugge Section 00 02/27/2012
Problem 1 Employees a. Initial Production b. New Production
4 120 125
Hours per day Productivity New Productivity 4.17%
40 3 3.125
hours Units/hour Units/hour
c & d. Productivity Improveme

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