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There are 3 questions. MRP (25 marks) The following information is provided concerning the manufacture of an end item A. Bill of Material: Inventory...

I am having trouble with MRP Question #1 on this assignment. I looked up the document on this site, and found that all the answers were wrong. Please help me understand how to do a Master MRP Plan with this format! Thanks

MGT2320 Online Assignment #6 This assignment is worth 15% of your final grade, a total of 35 marks. There are 3 questions. 1. MRP (25 marks) The following information is provided concerning the manufacture of an end item A. Bill of Material: Inventory Status and Planning Data: A B(1) C(2) D(5) E(1) Part A B C D E On Hand 0 500 500 2200 1000 Lead Time (weeks) 1 5 3 3 4 Lot Size LFL LFL LFL 1000 500 Safety Stock 0 0 0 0 400 Master Production Schedule A (Receipt Date) (These are the gross requirements for item A) Current on order: (These are the scheduled receipts) B 500 units in week 4 D 1000 units in week 2 See notes below. Week Number of units 8 200 9 300 10 100
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On Hand is the quantity of the item that is on hand at the beginning of period 1. Lead time is the amount of time from when an order is placed to when it arrives. See page 278. Lot Size - LFL means lot-for-lot, we order material only as it is needed. See page 282. Lot size – with a quantity means the when an order is placed that quantity, or multiples of it, must be ordered. For example a case of 24 bottles of beer. Safety Stock , the projected on hand can never fall below this number. Based on the above, complete the MRP record for each item on the following page. You should start at the top of the bill of material with item A. Then you should do the next level working left to right, so B and C. Then the next level, left to right. A is a parent item and B and C are children to A. D and E are children that go into the parent item C. The numbers after each item in the bill of material indicated the number of that item that goes into the parent. For example, 5 Ds go into each C. Remember, the planned order releases of the parent become the gross requirements of the child multiplied by the quantity of the child that go into the parent. Refer to page 278 and 296.
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