# FAU QMB 3600 test 1

machines is available for 40 hours a week and there is no setup time required when shifting from the production of one product to any other. The processing requirements to make one unit of each product are shown in the table. Weekly product demand for the next planning period has been forecasted as follows: 80 E-1000s; 65 S-2000s; 35 P-2000s; and 20 N-1000s. Processing Time (Minutes Per Printer) Model Machine 1 Machine 2 Machine 3 Machine 4 E-1000 (E) 10 15 15 5 S-2000 (S) 10 10 10 10 P-2000 (P) 5 10 15 10 N-1000 (N) 5 5 5 10 In the questions  that follow, the traditional method refers to maximizing  the contribution margin per unit for each product, and the bottleneck method refers to maximizing  the contribution  margin per minute at the bottleneck  for each product. Use  the  information  in  Table  7.6.  Using  the  traditional  method,  in  what sequence should products be scheduled for production? a. N, S, E, P b. N, E, P, S c. P, E, N, S d. E, S, P, N Question 3 2.5 out of 2.5 points In Statistical Process Control,                               are used to detect defects and determine if the process has deviated from design specifications. a.    Flowcharts b.    Cause-and-Effect Diagrams c.    Process Capability Charts d.    Control Charts Question 4 2.5 out of 2.5 points The   process   that   facilitates   the  placement   of  orders   and  identifies,   attracts,   and  builds relationships with external customers is called the: a. customer relationship process. b. new service development process. c. order fulfillment process. d. supplier relationship process. Question 5 Scenario 1.1 2.5 out of 2.5 points A job consists of three elements. Twenty observations for each element were timed, and the resulting data are shown in the following table. A performance rating has also been assigned for each element, as shown in the table. The job has an allowance of 20% of normal time. Element Performance Rating (%) Average Element Time (in minutes) # 1 80 3.6 # 2 100 2.5 # 3 110 3.1 Use the information in Scenario 1.1. What is the normal time for the entire job? a.           Greater than or equal to 10.0 minutes b.           Less than 10.0 minutes but greater than or equal to 8.5 minutes c.           Less than 8.5 minutes but greater than or equal to 7.0 minutes d.           Less than 7.0 minutes Question 6 0 out of 2.5 points Table 1.3 Act. I.P N. Time C. Time N. COST (\$000s) C. COST (\$000s) Av. Crash wks C. Cost /wk A – 4 2 8 14 B A 3 2 9 11 C A 4 4 10 10 D B,C 5 3 10 15 E C 4 1 11 14 F D,E 1 1 6 6 * Act.: Activity I.P. : Immediate Predecessor N. Time : Normal Time C. Time: Crash Time N. Cost: Normal Cost (\$000s) C. Cost: Crash Cost (\$000s) Av. Crash wks: Available Weeks of Crashing C. Cost/wk: Crashing cost per week Which activity should be crashed first for the project shown in Table 1.3? a.  A b. B c.  C d. D Question 7 2.5 out of 2.5 points You  are  interested  in  buying  a  laptop  computer.  Your  list  of  considerations  include  the computers  speed  in  processing  data,  its  weight,  screen  size,  and  price.  You  consider  a number of different models, and narrow your list based on speed and monitor screen size, then finally select a model to buy based on its weight and price. In this decision, weight and price are examples of: a. order qualifiers. b. the voice of the supplier. c. order winners. d. the voice of the customer. Question 8 2.5 out of 2.5 points Input measures to planning long-term capacity include such metrics as: a. the number of customers served per hour. b. the number of trucks produced per day. c. the number of machine hours available. d. the number of bills processed in a week. Question 9 2.5 out of 2.5 points Regardless of how departments like Accounting, Engineering, Finance, and Marketing function in an organization, they are all linked together through: a. management. b. processes. c. customers. d. stakeholders. Question 10 2.5 out of 2.5 points When considering the plan-do-…

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