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PS.62 The Copy Store provides a number of office-related services. As part of time study, they want to
calculate how many feet their workers walk on an average day, based on their current store layout.
This first table below shows the distances between the store's work centers (in feet).
Distances Between Work Centers
From \
Counter
Fax
Copier
Cutter
Binder
To
Counter
0
15
9
10
18
Fax
15
0
12
23
32
Copier
9
12
0
14
27
Cutter
10
23
14
0
8
Binder
18
32
27
8
0
This second table shows how many trips are made to and from each work center combination.
Trips (Load) Between Work Centers
From \
Counter
Fax
Copier
Cutter
To
Binder
Counter
0
40
64
15
12
Fax
27
0
31
14
6
Copier
45
11
0
12
12
Cutter
19
9
39
0
29
Binder
22
4
14
15
0
What is the daily load X distance (in feet) for this store layout?
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Correct response
5037
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