Chapter 9
Inventory Management- the planning and controlling of inventories to meet the competitive priorities of
the organization, is an important concern for managers in all types of businesses.
The challenge is to have the right amount to achieve the
Chapter 3
Acceptance Sampling- the application of statistical techniques to determine if a quantity of material from
a supplier
should be accepted or rejected based on the inspection or test of one more
samples.
Limits the buyer's risk of rejecting good-q
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14. Current plans are to make 100 units of component A, then 100 units of component B, then 100 units of
component A, then 100 units of component B, etc, where the setup and run times for each component are
g
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2.
a.
UTL X X LTL
1.01 1.002 1.002 .99
C pk min
,
,
min
min .889,1.333
3
3(.003)
3(.003)
3
= .889
b.
Since capability index is less than 1.00 the process is not capable. They need to focus on redu
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Chapter 10 Objective Questions
Use model 1.
a.
b.
c.
d.
4/hour
6/hour
4
1 1 1 .3333
6
2
42
Lq
( ) 6(6 4)
2
42
Lq
( ) 6(6 4)
or 33.33%
=1.33,
Lq
= 1/3 hour or 20 minutes
1.33
Wq
4
= 1.33 students
At least one other student waiting i
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Chapter 20 Objective Questions
12.
= 22.36
Qopt
13.
2 DS
2(1000)25
H
100
Service level P = .95, D = 5000,
22
= 5000/365, T = 14 days, L = 10 days,
d
q d (T L) z T L I
= 24.495
T L (T L) 2 (14 10)(5) 2
From standard normal distribution, z
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Chapter 14 Objective Questions
10.
D = 10 gauges per hour
L = 2 hours
S = .20
C = 5 gauges
K = DL(1+S)/C
K = 10(2)(1+0.20) / 5 = 4.8 5 Kanban card sets
11.
D = 4 transmissions per hour
L = 1 hour
S = .50
C = 4 transmissions
K = DL(1+S)/C
K
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Chapter 12 Objective Questions
Match the quality guru with the specific aspects of their teachings. Use C for Crosby, D for Deming, and
J for Juran.
J
C
C
D
J
C
J
D
Defined quality as fitness for use.
Defined quality as conformance to r
Homework 1 Chapter 2
2.4.
a. Good Y is a complement for X, while good Z is a substitute for X.
b. X is a normal good.
$5,230
$6,500 9 $100
$70,000
4,785
c.
6,000
d. For the given income and prices of other goods, the demand function for good X is
6,000
$6