1. (TCO 8) Name three of the measures of a queues performance. (Points : 15)
Ans) Queuing models help managers make decisions that balance service costs with waiting-line costs.
Queuing analysis can obtain many measures of a waiting-line systems performan
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Week 1 Problems
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Problem 4.2 a, b, and c
a) Plot the above data on a graph. Do you observe any
trend, cycles, or random variations?
It is more of a random variation. No trends take place in
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1
Week 3: Supplement 7 Problems
DeVry University
WEEK 1 PROBLEMS
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Chapter 7 Problems:
Problem S7.17
Fixed
Variable
Unit Cost
BEP in
Units
Proposal Proposal
A
B
$50,000.0 $70,000.0
0
0
$12.00
$10.00
$20.00
$20.00
6250
7000
a)
Week 2 Homework
Chapter 4
4.24
a) Graph these data to see whether a linear equation might describe the relationship
between the groups television shows and guitar sales.
There appears to be a slight positive relationship between the independent variable (
1. Question :
Student
Answer:
(TCO 1) Gary Puckette, the research and development director at ABC
Company, and Steve Gap, ABCs marketing director, have been asked
by General Manger Dick Clark to prepare a cash budget for a new
products future development.
Donald Di Costanzo
GSCM 209, Case Study, Week 7:
Southwestern University Project
1. Develop a network drawing for Hill Construction and determine the critical path. How long is
the project expected to take?
Hence, the Critical Path is: A -> C -> D-> G-> H
Donald Di Costanzo
GSCM 209, Homework, Week 6
Module A
A2e.
A3.
a.
The incomes with large stock= 22000*0.3+12000*0.5+(-2000*0.2)= 6600+6000-400= $12,200
The incomes with average stock= 14000*0.3+10,000*0.5+6000*0.2= 4200+5000+1200= 10,400
The incomes with
Linear Programming
Concept Paper
GSCM 209
DONALD DI COSTANZO
1. The two types of linear programming:
Linear programming is used by the organization to get the best possible outcome. For
example, in the form of profits or lowest cost for production. The ty
Donald Di Costanzo, GSCM209, Week 3 Assignment
S7.17 a) Contribution margin per unit is ($20 - $12) = $8
To break-even, must sell ($ 50,000 / $ 8 ) = 6,250 units.
b) Contribution margin per unit is ($20 - $10) = $ 10
To break-even, must sell ($ 70,000 / $
Donald Di Costanzo
GSCM 209,Case Study Week 4
Southwestern University
1. Develop a forecasting model, justifying its selection over other techniques, and project attendance
through 2014.
The multiplicative forecasting model is used as it takes in to accou
DonaldDiCostanzo
GSCM209,Week5,ModuleB
B1. Solve the following linear programming problem graphically:
so now calculate 4X + 6Y on all the corner points O,A,B,C
at O, 4X + 6Y =0
at A, 4X + 6Y = 24
at B, 4X + 6Y = 16
at C, 4X + 6Y = 25.33
so maximum of 4X
Week 7 Homework
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GSCM209
Date
Name
Week 7 Homework
2
Week 7 Homework
Case Study
1. Develop a network drawing for Hill Construction and determine the critical path. How
long is the project expected to take?
Critical Path: A-C-D-G-H-I
Week 3 Homework
Chapter 7
S7.17
Markland Manufacturing intends to increase capacity by overcoming a bottleneck operation by
adding new equipment. Two vendors have presented proposals. The fixed costs for proposal A
are $50,000, and for proposal B, $70,000
Fixed
Variable
Unit Cost
BEP in Units
Proposal A Proposal B
$50,000.00 $70,000.00
$12.00
$10.00
$20.00
$20.00
6250
7000
Fixed
Variable
Unit Cost
BEP in units
BEP in dollars
Proposal A Proposal B
$60,000.00 $80,000.00
$12.00
$10.00
$20.00
$20.00
7500
8000
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Week 2 Problems
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WEEK 1 PROBLEMS
2
Problem 4.24 a, b, c, and d
DEMAND FOR GUITARS
MAROON 5 TV APPEARANCES
3
3
6
4
1
7
5 10
6 8
7
5
12
10
8
Axis T it le
MAROON 5 TV APPEARANCES
Linear (MAROON 5 TV
APPEARANCES
SIZE OF
FIRST
STATION
Small
Medium
Large
Very large
GOOD
FAIR
POOR
MARKET MARKET MARKER
($)
($)
($)
50,000
80,000
100,000
300,000
20,000 -10,000
30,000 -20,000
30,000 -40,000
25,000 -160,000
max in
row
min in
row
50,000 -10,000
80,000 -20,000
100,000 -40,
CASE STUDIES
Southwestern University: (A)*
ACTI
VITY
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
DESCRIPTION
Bonding, insurance, tax
structuring
Foundation, concrete
footings for boxes
Upgrading skybox
stadium seating
Upgrading walkways,
stairwells, elevators
Interior wiring
Chapter 7 Problems:
Problem S7.17 a and b
Problem S7.18 a and b
Problem S7.30
Problem S7.31
S7.17
Markland Manufacturing intends to increase capacity by overcoming a bottleneck operation by adding
new equipment. Two vendors have presented proposals. The f
Problem S7.17: Markland Manufacturing intends to increase capacity by overcoming a bottleneck
operation by adding new equipment. Two vendors have presented proposals. The fixed costs for
proposal A are $50,000, and for proposal B, $70,000. The variable co
Concepts of Linear Programming
DeVry University Online
Course
Date
Name
CONCEPTS OF LINEAR PROGRAMMING
2
Concepts of Linear Programming
1. The two types of linear programming
In general, linear programming (LP) is used to solve optimization problems. Ther
Week 4 Assignment
Supply Chain Logistics
Week 4 Assignment
Professor Ronita Brooks
DeVry University
January 26, 2016
Week 4 Assignment
Week 4 Assignment
6-5. Name and describe the steps in the supplier selection and evaluation process.
The first step in t