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# Joe's Slop House is a little hole in the wall restaurant that serves slow-cooked barbecue beef sandwiches.

Joe's Slop House is a little hole in the wall restaurant that serves slow-cooked barbecue beef sandwiches. The beef for the sandwiches cooks overnight, so each evening Joe decides how much beef to cook for the next day. The beef costs \$3.5 a pound and Joe sells each sandwich (filled with 1 pound of beef) for \$5.0. At the end of the day, any leftover beef is given to the neighborhood church for their soup kitchen. The tax deduction for this is worth \$1.5 a pound. Daily demand for the beef can be approximated by a normal distribution with a mean of 290 pounds and a standard deviation of 30 pounds.

Cost of Shortage (Cs):

Cost of Excess (Ce):

What is the optimal service level?

What is the corresponding z value?

How many pounds of beef should Joe cook for the next day?

Given the following transactions per pound of units Cost of beef \$3 . 5 Sales of sandwich \$5 Tax deduction on unsold \$1 . 5... View the full answer

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