Inclass Problems: Chapter 4  Forecasting
Problem 1:
Auto sales at Carmens Chevrolet are shown below. Develop a 3week moving average.
Week
Auto
Sales
1
8
2
10
3
9
4
11
5
10
6
13
7

Problem 2:
Carmens decides to forecast auto sales by weighting the thre
Inclass Problems: Chapter 8  Location Strategies
Problem 1:
A major drug store chain wishes to build a new warehouse to serve the whole Midwest. At the
moment, it is looking at three possible locations. The factors, weights, and ratings being considered
Inclass Problems: Chapter 17  Maintenance and Reliability
Problem 1:
California Instruments, Inc., produces 3,000 computer chips per day. Three hundred are tested for a
period of 500 operating hours each. During the test, six failed: two after 50 hours,
InClass Problems: Supplement 6 (S6), Statistical Process Control
Problem 1:
Twentyfive engine mounts are sampled each day and found to have an average width of 2 inches,
with a standard deviation of 0.1 inches. What are the control limits that include 9
Inclass Problems: Supplement 7, Capacity Planning
Problem 1:
The design capacity for engine repair in our company is 80 trucks/day. The effective capacity is 40
engines/day and the actual output is 36 engines/day. Calculate the utilization and efficiency
InClass Problems: Chapter 3  Project Management
Problem 1:
The following represent activities in a major construction project. Draw the network to
represent this project.
Activity
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Immediate Predecessor
A
B
B
C, E
D
F, G
Problem 2:
Given
Inclass Problems: Module B, Linear Programming
Problem 1:
Chads Pottery Barn has enough clay to make 24 small vases or 6 large vases. He has only enough
of a special glazing compound to glaze 16 of the small vases or 8 of the large vases. Let X1 = the
nu
InClass Problems: Chapter 10  HR, Job Design, and Work Measurement
Problem 1:
Develop a Process Chart for making a grilled cheese sandwich.
Problem 1 Possible Solution:
One possible solution. The level of detail in process charts depends upon the
requir
Inclass Problems: Module D, WaitingLine Models
Problem 1:
A new shopping mall is considering setting up an information desk manned by one employee.
Based upon information obtained from similar information desks, it is believed that people will
arrive at
Inclass Problems: Chapter 14  MRP and ERP
Problem 1:
The Hunicut and Hallock Corporation makes two versions of the same basic file cabinet,
the TOL (Topoftheline) five drawer file cabinet and the HQ (Highquality) five drawer
filing cabinet.
The TOL
Practice Problems: Chapter 1  Operations and Productivity
Problem 1:
Mance Fraily, the Production Manager at Ralts Mills, can currently expect his operation to
produce 1000 square yards of fabric for each ton of raw cotton. Each ton of raw cotton require