Prob_7a
Aggregate Planning
Basic
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Number of periods:
Period
Forecast
Output
Regular
Part Time
Overtime
Subcontract
Output - Forecast
Inventory
Beginning
Ending
Average
Backlog
Costs:
Regular
Part Time
Overtime
Subcontract
Hire/Layoff
Inventory
Back o

Week
Quantity
Unit A
Lead time 1 week
Gross requirements
Scheduled receipts
Projected on hand
Net requirements
Planned order
receipt
Planned order
release
Total
Unit B
Lead time 2 weeks
Gross requirements
Scheduled receipts
Projected on hand
Net requireme

BSOP 334_Week 6 Lab
10/13/12
Chapter 5: Problems 1 & 3 (pp. 208-209)
1. Determine the utilization and the efficiency for each of these situations:
a. A loan processing operation that processes an average of 7 loans per day. The operation has
a design capa

Jennifer Measheaw Home work week 6
Chapter 5: Discussion and Review Questions: 1, 2, 6, 11, & 15 (p. 208), Problem 13 (p.
210)
1. Contrast design capacity and effective capacity.
Answer: Design capacity is the maximum output rate or service capacity an op

Ch 1: Critical Thinking Exercise 2 (p. 37)
2.
Why is it important to match supply and demand? If a manager believes that supply and demand
will not be equal, what actions could the manager take to increase the probability of achieving a match?
If the supp

For Faculty Lab Solutions
INSTRUCTOR COPY
(BSOP334 Week 2 Lab Solutions For Faculty)
Answers to Lab Problems 3, 9, 10, 13, 16:
3.
D = 1,215 bags/yr.
S = $10
H = $75
a.
Q
2 DS
H
2(1,215)10
18 bags
75
b. Q/2 = 18/2 = 9 bags
c.
d.
D
1,215 bags
67.5 orders

a. Given the following diagram for a product, determine the quantity of each component required to assemble one unit of the finished product.
To complete E
F=2
G=1
H=1
J=6
D=6
L=2
A=4
b. Draw a tree diagram for the stapler:
Stapler
Top assembly
Cover
Base

Chapter 12: Problems 8, 10, 12, & 13 (pp. 545-547)
8) Oh No!, Inc., sells three models of radar detector units. It buys the three basic models (E, F, and G) from a Japanese manufacturer
and adds one, two, or four lights (component D) to further differenti

BSOP 334 Week 8 Final Exam
1. (TCO 1) Which of the following functions involves budgeting, analysis of investment proposals, and provision of funds?
(Points : 5)
Operation
Marketing
Purchasing
Finance
Internal audit
Question 2. 2. (TCO 1) Transformation i

Jennifer Measheaw
Homework Week 7
Chapter 14:
Discussion and Review Questions
2) What is the ultimate goal of a lean system? What are the supporting goals? What are the
building blocks?
Answer: The ultimate goal of lean is a balanced system, that is, one

5) End item P is composed of three subassemblies: K, L, and W. K is assembled using 3 Gs and 4 Hs; L is made of 2 Ms and 2 Ns; and
W is made of 3 Zs. On-hand inventories are 20 Ls, 40 Gs, and 200 Hs. Scheduled receipts are 10 Ks at the start of week 3, 30

Problem 3
A large bakery buys flour in 25-pound bags. The bakery uses an average of 1,215 bags a
year. Preparing an order and receiving a shipment of flour involves a cost of $10 per order.
Annual carrying costs are $75 per bag.
a. Determine the economic

Review Questions: 1, 2, 3a, 3b, & 3c (p. 542)
1. Contrast independent and dependent demand.
Dependent demand is for items that are subassemblies or component parts to be used in
the production of finished goods.
Independent demand is the end item itself.

Case Study: Wal-Marts Successful Strategies
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is the worlds largest retail company and is ranked No. 1 in
the in the general merchandising industry. Walmart currently serves over 200 million
customers a week in ways they want to be serv

(BSOP334 Week 7 Lab Solutions)
Answers to Lab 7 Chapter 14 problems 4 & 6
Problem Solutions
4.
The smallest daily quantity evenly divisible into all four quantities is 3. Therefore, use
three cycles.
Product
A
Units per cycle
21/3 = 7
B
12
12/3 = 4
C
3
3/

Week 3 Lab - Chapter 12: Problems 1, 2, and 3 (pp. 543-544)
Problem 1
a. Given the following diagram for a product, determine the quantity of each component required to assemble one
unit of the finished product.
F = 2, G = 1,
H = 1,
J = 6 (two Fs equals

BSOP 334_Week 5 Lab
Chapter 12: Problems 5, 6, & 7 (pp. 544-545)
5) End item P is composed of three subassemblies: K, L, and W. K is assembled using 3 Gs
and 4 Hs; L is made of 2 Ms and 2 Ns; and W is made of 3 Zs.
On-hand inventories are 20 Ls, 40 Gs, an

Chapter12(pp.515523):DiscussionandReviewQuestions:8&13(p.542),CriticalThinkingExercise1
(p.543),Problem14(p.547)
8. Briefly discuss the requirements for effective MRP.
A computer and the necessary software programs to handle computations and maintain
rec

BSOP 334_Week 5 Homework
Chapter 12: Discussion and Review Questions: 11, 14, 15, & 16 (p. 542)
11. Briefly describe MRP II and closed-loop MRP.
MRP was developed as a way for manufacturing companies to calculate more precisely what
materials were needed

Chapter 12: Problems 8, 10, 12, & 13 (pp. 545-547)
8) Oh No!, Inc., sells three models of radar detector units. It buys the three basic models (E, F, and G) from a Japanese manufacturer
and adds one, two, or four lights (component D) to further differenti

Jennifer Measheaw
Chapter 12: Problems 5, 6, & 7 (pp. 544-545)
5. End item P is composed of three subassemblies: K, L, and W. K is assembled using 3 Gs
and 4 Hs; L is made of 2 Ms and 2 Ns; and W is made of 3 Zs. On-hand inventories are 20
Ls, 40 Gs, and

4
Answer:
Determine the number of cycles per day and the production quantity per cycle for this set of vehicles: Use
the sequence A-B-C-D.
Product
A
B
C
D
Cycle
Pattern
Extra unit(s)
Daily Quantity
21
12
3
15
Daily unit per cycle
21/3= 7
12/3=4
3/3=1
15/3

Jennifer Measheaw
Chapter 12:
Problems 8, 10, 12, & 13 (pp. 545-547)
Chapter 12: Problems 8. Oh No!, Inc., sells three models of radar detector units. It buys the
three basic models (E, F, and G) from a Japanese manufacturer and adds one, two, or four
lig

1. a.
Giventhefollowingdiagramforaproduct,determinethequantityofeach
componentrequiredtoassembleoneunitofthefinishedproduct.
b. Drawatreediagramforthestapler:
(Stevenson543)
Stevenson,WilliamJ.OperationsManagement,11thEdition.McGrawHillLearningSolutions,

1.
Contrast design capacity and effective capacity.
Design capacity =The maximum designed service capacity or output rate.
Effective capacity= Design capacity minus personal and other allowances.
2.
List and briefly explain three factors that may inhibit

Lab 3 of 6: Scheduling, Reporting, and Feedback
STEP 1: Front Schedule Logic
Construct a Gantt chart from this above information using front schedule logic. Copy your
completed chart to an MS Word document.
Ans: Power Tools (PT) order for 70 PT band saws

Lab 4 Assignment
What should the first step be in our Week 5 Lab Assignment? Why? What should be the next step?
We can go about calculating kanbans using the kanban's formula which is Demand Rate X Lead Time
X [( 1+Policy Variables(i.e. safety stock)] / C

Lab 2 Discussion
What should the first step be in our Week 3 Lab Assignment? Why? What would the next step be?
We need to first find out the set up time and Run time for each of the department/process
individually. Total time would be the sum of the setup

Written Assignment
1. What are the implications of not allocating material in a shop order after availability
checking?
Ans: Order launching is the process of releasing orders to the shop (work orders). Allocation
takes place as orders are launched to a)

What kind of feedback would you like fed back from PAC to MRP?
Ans: Production Activity Control is responsible for executing the Materials Requirements
Plan. The shop-floor and vendor scheduling activities begin when an order is released. A
critical info