ADDITIONAL PROBLEMS
Attempt as many as you can
There may be problems that were not covered in your class this semester ignore those
INVENTORY MANAGEMENT:
1. The following table contains figures on the annual volume and unit costs for a random
sample of 16

Chapter 8
Push and Pull Production
Control Systems: MRP and
JIT
Basic Definitions
MRP. (Materials Requirements Planning).
MRP is the basic process of translating a
production schedule for an end product (MPS
or Master Production Schedule) to a set of
req

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Chapter 3 Forecasting Questions
1. Forecasting techniques generally assume an existing causal system that will
continue to exist in the future.
TRUE
2. Forecasts for groups o

INEN 505
Homework 7 Solutions
1. Do Problem 21 on page 226.
a) Optimal number of single rolls to purchase
(0)
Q
(2)(1)(4)
8
(.25)(.45)
=
where
=
4
I
=
.25
K
=
1
c0 =
.45
b) If you buy in single packs, the average annual cost is
c0 +
2KIc0
= (4)(.45) +
(2

INEN 505
Homework 8 Solutions
Please do
(1) Problem 3 (page 257). For part (b), you do not need to answer the last question if the normal
distribution provides an adequate fit of these data.
a)
X
= 32
s
= 9.55
b) Interval
#Obs.
Frequency
<20
4
.111
20-27

INEN 505
Homework 4 Solutions
Problem 1
3.1
The head of sales and the head of operations have their own incentives that may not be aligned to
that of the firm. Generally, the head of sales wants to grow revenues while the head of operations
wants to reduc

INEN 505
Homework 11 Solutions
(1) Problem 4 (15 points)
a)
MPS for production of ICU2 computer:
b)
MRP calculations: motherboards
c)
MRP calculations: disk drives
(2) Problem 13 (20 points)
1.
Silver Meal - requires 3 setups:
Setup cost = $396.
Holding c

INEN 505 Summer 2015
Homework 1
Solutions
1.1 (5 points)
Several problems arise if the jobs shift from manufacturing to service. One is that service jobs
pay less. Many service jobs are minimum wage, while hourly wages for manufacturing jobs
have historic

INEN 505
Homework 6 Solutions
4.4
a)
Sum total of ending inventories is 26 + 38 + 31 + 22 + 13 + 9 + 16 + 5 = 160.
Monthly holding cost h = Ic where I = monthly interest rate and c = value of item. In
this case:
I = (.20 + .03 + .02)/12 = .02083 . . . per

INEN 505
Homework 10 Solutions
(1) Problem 17 (10 points)
Consider Example 6.4 assuming that the truck capacity is 250 loaves instead of 300 loaves.
Since (1,2) is the first pair in the ranking consider linking (1,2) without violating the constraint.
Sinc

INEN 505
Homework #1
1. In 2013, President Obama proposed a one-time, $1 billion investment to launch a network of 15
manufacturing innovation institutes across the country. At least 7 of such centers have been
established. Describe the focus of these cen

CHAPTER 20 INVENTORY MANAGEMENT, JUST-IN-TIME, AND SIMPLIFIED COSTING METHODS 20-1 Cost of goods sold (in retail organizations) or direct materials costs (in organizations with a manufacturing function) as a percentage of sales frequently exceeds net inco