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J'chola = Student Name POM Test [-3;30 XYz Curporution the following data: Year 2015 2016 (a) Find the labor productivity each ycar Rerenue 816,000 522,000 Qul...

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J'chola = Student Name POM Test [-3;30 XYz Curporution the following data: Year 2015 2016 (a) Find the labor productivity each ycar Rerenue 816,000 522,000 Qulnut: Iabor productivity ratc increase S10,000 SI Quo (b) Calculale Induls; Labor (c) Did the company make positive prolit Year Capital S5,000 S6,000 Energy 52,000 53,uuo below: Please forecust the demand April: The historical demand for product Sales (a) Use ~mnonth simple moving average Month Use amonin weighted moving average with w

J'chola = Student Name POM Test [-3;30 XYz Curporution the following data: Year 2015 2016 (a) Find the labor productivity each ycar Rerenue 816,000 522,000 Qulnut: Iabor productivity ratc increase S10,000 SI Quo (b) Calculale Induls; Labor (c) Did the company make positive prolit Year Capital S5,000 S6,000 Energy 52,000 53,uuo below: Please forecust the demand April: The historical demand for product Sales (a) Use ~mnonth simple moving average Month Use amonin weighted moving average with weight (January) (c) Use exponential smoothing with March (February) (d) Find trend line and then forecast demand . (3 points) (March) crash times and costs for construction Here are the precedence requirements; normal Preceding Time (weeks) Cost (S) Normal Crash Normal Crash Activity Activity 10,000 11.000 6.000 9,000 Ooo 6.000 14,000 18.000 D, € 9,000 10.000 (a) Draw the AON network; find the critical path and the estimated completion time: (2 pO (b) How much slack time does Activity C have without delaying the project completion tin (c) To shorten the project by one wcek; which activity would be shortened and what woul points)



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Refer to exercise $21,$ where data on the production volume $x$ and total cost $y$ for a particu-
lar manufacturing operation were used to develop the estimated regression equation $\hat{y}=$
$1246.67+7.6 x .$
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\begin{array}{l}{\text { a. The company's production schedule shows that } 500 \text { units must be produced next }} \\ {\text { month. What is the point estimate of the mean total cost for next month? }} \\ {\text { b. Develop a } 99 \% \text { prediction interval for the total cost for next month. }}\end{array}
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\begin{array}{l}{\text { c. If an accounting cost report at the end of next month shows that the actual production }} \\ {\text { cost during the month was } \$ 6000, \text { should managers be concerned about incurring such }} \\ {\text { a high total cost for the month? Discuss. }}\end{array}
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So for this question, we're giving the staying cooperation. Um wants to find an equation to estimate some of the monthly operating costs for the operating budget for 2018, and the cost that we got it for 2017 are giving um, throughout the old year with the maintenance caused mentors, hours, the machine hours rather, the ELT insurance, the number of employees the shipping cost and the unit cost. Now the first question wants us to find which of the prison in cost is variable, which are prison costs is fixed, which is mixed on which is, um yeah, which is variable fixed or mixed, and what to explain. So, looking at the table, the cost is fixed. The precision cost eyes fixed would be the lt insurance costs. And this because the health insurance cause do not vary with the number of employees and therefore the remain fixed. So we're going to say the Lt insurance because I fixed because they did not very with the number of employees and it remains fixed now. The percentage cost dives mixed would be maintenance costs because maintenance costs have a fixed component of the supervisor, the maintenance, salary and the staff salary, but it could have. You could also have a variable cost components that very rich in the machine hours. So basically, the the machine staff salaries, which you pay the salaries we should pay. The staff are fixed and they do not change. But at the same time, the maintenance costs also very due to the machine hours that I used. So maintenance costs are mixed. Yeah, and they're mixed because they could be fixed due to maintain US staff salaries. I'm variable, very reduced with the machine I was used. Now moving on. The cost are variable off the shipping cost. Shipping costs are variable cost. On the very directly with the units are ships. So the more unity ship that's the That's what's going to change the shipping cost. So they're all variable, so shipping cost a variable on depends directly on the unit shipped. Now, that's just the first part of the question. Now, the second question SE is using the high, low meta determine the cons function for each cost, so for the cost. If the costs are giving by why and the questions were given by ex, then the cost function well because to because function formula will be given by the following with the slope of question be on the intercept of a as why is it cost a plus B X. So now for the cost, we're gonna let the ice cost B Y h with the cost driver off X h So let the I s cost value B y age with costs driver value off X h and the lowest cause value B Y l Well, it's cost driver value off X L So this lift coefficient b would be given by the formula on that the i luh method the coefficients. This little coefficient to be big was toe y h minus y el divided by, um sorry, X h minus X l. So the intercept, it would be the answer sets a on that island method would be ese cause toe Y h minus. So this is a slope coefficient and this is the intercept. So why h minus beat one supplied by X and I could make this a small want supply X h. So now we're going to calculate the slope question be for health insurance costs giving the ice cost off 8600 the number of employees of 105 and the lowest cost of 8600. So basically the slope coefficient. So for the Lt insurance costs, So the ice cores value is 8600 on number of employees is one or five on the lowest Cost value for health insurance costs is 8600 on the number of employees e 68. So therefore, the slope coefficient B will be close to why h minus y el divided by X H minus X l. And this is the cost to 8 600 minus 8 600 divided by 105 minus 68. On this is $0 divided by 105 168 which is still going to be zero does. So the stop the slope coefficient B is $0. So now moving. Now I'm going to calculate the intercept A for the health insurance cost giving the, um i s called value of 6000 and number of employees off one Jenna five. So the inter set off a would be why age minus B once supplied by I'm sorry. Let's buy buy X h So the inter set a foils Insurance goes to be 8600 multiplied by 00 multiplied by 105 and then easy cause thio $8600. So therefore the construction for health insurance cost is 8000 white quest to 8600. So cost function for health insurance cost Is it close to why is it close to $8600? So now we're going to calculate the slope coefficient B off the maintenance costs, giving the so the maintain ask hosts given the highest cost value off 5000 to 71 and machine I was mhm machine hours or 510 on the lowest cost value is 4004. 52 and the machine hours is one Sweeney. So the slow, proficient M coefficient B It would be why h minus y el divided by X h minus x l. So this is 5000 to 71 Manus 4004 52 divided by 5 10 minus 1 20. So this request 819 divided by 39 c and then be is it close to $2 on 10 cents. And that's this little coefficient. Now, to calculate the intercept A for the maintenance costs with the ice value of 5000 to 71 and imagine our the five thing the Intersect it would be why h minus b multiplied by X age so it would be closed to 5000 to 71 minus 2.10 multiplied by five teen and it it will be close to 4200. So the cost function for maintenance costs is it caused. So why is it caused toe 4200 plus two points, 10 x. So now we're gonna calculate the slope coefficient B for the shipping cost. So for the shipping costs, the ice cause value is 34,000 five 96. Andy, you need shipped. It's 9016 units and the lowest cost value is 20,001. 24 on the units shipped is 5 5009 C. So the stop coefficient B would be because to using the same formula y age man is why l divided by X H minus x l. That will be 5 34,096 minus 1 20,024 divided by 9016 minus 5005. 90 This is 14,004. 72 developed by 4000 and seven. 4000 and 20 Rendah, So the slope coefficient B is equal to $3 on 60 cents. Now I'm going to calculate the intercept for the shipping cost. With the ice cost value, we're giving a dinner ships. So the intercept a would be why h minus be multiplied by multiplied by I'm sorry, x age. So it would because it that's 5 4096 minus 3.60 multiplied by 9016 and the easy cost $0. So the costs function for the shipping costs is equals to why is it close to $3 on 60 since x? So now moving on to the third question Combine the preceding information to get a monthly operating cost function for the stain corporation. So we're gonna let the monthly operating cost function BC So So when the number of employees are given by ex one machine, I was given by ex too. So number of employees I'll give you by X one machine hours. I gave him my ex, too. And then you need those ships given my x three. So that's use the president. Cause functions. Estimate the monthly operating cost function with the monthly operating cost function for health insurance. So that would be C one now the monthly operating cost function for maintenance cost would be seats so adamantly a breathing cost function for shipping costs. With C three. So see one. It will be the monthly operating cause function for health insurance cost on day seats. You will be the monthly operating cost function for for maintenance cost and then 63 will be a monthly operating cost function for shipping costs. So the formula for the monthly operating cost function we see easy cause to C one plus C two plus C three so see one is equals 8600 seat. So is the cost to 4002 100. Closed two points 10 x two and then C three is equals to three points 60 x three So C is going to because to 8600 plus 4200 plus 2.10 x two plus three points, Yeah, three points 60 x three So seize equals to 12,000 $800 plus two points 10 x two plus $3.60 x three So, therefore, this formula would be the monthly oppressing cost function for SC. So this is the formula. So moving onto the final question, Um, so next month, Think expects to use 400 machine hours and, um 40. Sorry, 80 employees and sheep 9000 units now estimated total operating costs for the month. So giving the information we're giving the person cost to the sea, right so that will be the function will be 12,000 from the previous question. 12,800 plus two points 10 x two Because three 0.60 cents x three Now the operating costs to be 12,800 plus 2.10 multiplied by the X two is 400 because it's the machine hours multiplied by 400 then plus 3.60 on extra is the unit ship. So that's it multiplied by 9000, so seize equals to 12,800 plus 8 40 plus. That's 2400 so we can see that the Sesay quote, too. 46,000 on $40. So therefore, the the monthly operating costs for the entire month is 46,000 and 40 cents, and that's the answer.

So this question was given about nine graphs. Um, and we're access. Like the graphs, the best marches, the number, manufacturing cost data, any kids by letter which graph bets fits the situation described. And the question is, the vertical axis of the graph below represents total costs are resigned to access. Represents, um, you need to produce. So vertical axis represent total cost. Horizontal axis represents units produced during a year on. In each case, the zero point of dollar and production Is that intersection off to access? So are the intersection are the Intersect is where we have the zero points off dollar on the production. So now we have, like, nine graphs. I will select the graphs that matches the best. The numbers off each questions basically. So I think I'll just be joined the graph. So graph a looks like this. They're really small. Graph looks something like this. I mean the graft. You bring the book, but just want, you know, make it easy. Graph beat. Looks like this. Something like this. Graph c Looks like this graphs. It looks like this graph t looks like this graph. He looks like this. Yeah, That graph e graph F looks like this. Uh huh. Grab G looks like this. And it looks like this. I looks like this. Jane looks like this. Okay, Looks like this. And it looks like this. So these are the graphs. And then we have a question, a list of questions. So the first question, which is a it is one, um um, allowed the pre station of equipments where amounts off. The precision charge is computed by the machine hours method. The graph that matches in the this one is graph K because it's a non out the procession off occupants and the amount of the position is completed by the Martian hours. Competent. So that's K the second question electricity bill of flats fixed charge plus a variable costs after starting number of kilowatts hours, they're used in which the quality quantity of kilowatt hours use various proportionately with quantity off units produced. With this one, we just graph b okay. Questions. See, the city water bill is computers following with the first next and so on gallons and the flat fee used on the gallons of water used very proportionately with the quantity off production outputs and for this question we're gonna use. Graph, see graph g by the from number four. The cost of direct materials with direct materials cost for units produced decreases with each pound off material used. For example, if £1 is used, the prices stand. Dollars if £2 or used the prices 1998 if £3 they used. The comprises 29 94 with a minimum cost per unit off $9.20 to 20 cents. For this question graph J excused for number five. Unwell. Deposition off equipment where the amount is computed by a straight line matter where the car that the precession schedule was prepared, it was anticipated that the obsolescence factor would be greater than the wear and tear factor. What this question we use graph I for number six. The rent on the manufacturing plants donated by the city where the agreement calls were fixed feed payments unless 200,000 labor hours worked, in which case, no rent, no no rent is paid. The last question we're going to be using graph help. The next question salaries off repaired personnel where one person is needed for every 1000 machine hours or less that is 0 to 1000 hours requires one person and 1000 to 200 hours requires two people and so on. But this question we need graph if number eight cost of direct materials used as you know, quantity discount, we're gonna use graph K, the last one brains on the manufacturing plants donated by the country where the agreement calls for rent off 100,000 to be reduced by a dollar For each direct manufacturing, they will have our walked in excess of 200,000 hours by minimum rental feet off 20,000. Once we paid for this one, we use graph C. So that's how we answer the question and the graphs.

Huge problem here. Let's get going right away. Express equation will First of all, if it's a dollar per cup, then you're going to multiply one times a quantity in the spending e equals. It's the one times a quantity plus the fixed expenses of $1500. That's a just kind of one time payment boom party done. So now let's do it in terms of the price p. So check it out. Um, express the expense equation in terms of the price p. That means that this Q we're going to want to replace with the P here. So basically, um, I'm going to plug in this right here, equation in for Q. And so instead of it being one time skew, it's gonna be one times negative 1000 p plus 8500. And you know what? Let's go ahead and take away these parentheses, cause one times that is going to be that thing. It's only a reset there. Get rid of the one and say All we have to do is add 1500 to it. And since I'm limited for space, I'm gonna erase these two things and write that 8500. You have the race Europe now Ideo 8500 plus 1500 is 10 dozen. And so our equations negative 1000 people us that doesn't. All right, so determine a graphing window. I am going to go ahead and say that X is from 0 to 10 and why is from 0 to 10,000 and I'm gonna have to scroll down to show you why So then I had done this in. If you've seen, see if I can raise that type here. There we go. If you've seen any videos I've made right graph always, always I loot. I love using does most online graphing calculator feel free to check it out? But we can kind of see the why intercept of 10,000 or zero kind of 10,000. The X intercept of 10 comes here and everything in between. So there it is graft, which I believe is what we're asked to do for part D. Let me double check on draw in labelled graph expense function. Okay, I guess I didn't label it so, um, the y axis is p price, so I'll just put the p right there. And this is the quantity Cute, I believe. And let me double check that one moment. And I am glad I checked. I could have sworn there was something off that that would have the Q would have been for an earlier lesson. But this is actually in this totally, totally makes sense. Is the amount of money earned or money's money spent, I should say right, because we know that because initially that $10,000 is the amount of money spent and then it goes lower and lower and lower, as you are earning more and more money. Okay, Sorry for the confusion there. Okay, what is the revenue function? Let me pull this up So revenue is equal to But our revenue is equal to price times quantity, and we know that quantity is equal to if I screw up this right here in sunset. Que let's plug in negative 1000 plus 8500. Which is, of course, the demand function by. Multiply those two, I guess. Negative 1000 p squared. Sorry for the brief pause there, but we need to now graph the revenue function in a suitable window. And so actually can. Actually, you know what? I am 90% sure that that window is exactly this name for the X 0 10 and the why I believe 0 to 20,000. But we're gonna double check by scrolling down and let's look at the graph. And here it is. Yep, A 0 to 20,000 for the wise there to send for the X. There it is. All right, let's move forward to the last part part geographic them on the same plane and identify the intersection. Point around the near set. And so identify the praises of the break even points. So that has been done here. I believe if I click on it, you can kind of see it's the same graph put side by side. It's the first intersection point, right? There is $1 and 21 cents. If I'm rounding to the nearest sent and over here is $8 29 cents and yeah, these are two different break even points, which is a little bit confusing, but let me try to kind of explain them to you. The first break even point is, if you sell it at a lower price you have spent less money, whereas if you've spent it, sell at a higher price and have spent more money. Still, that is a $0 overall break even point Everything up here is what we would call the revenue and right about right about there is where you really want to find that price point where you're gonna make the most money and spend all. At least it's kind of hard to say, but where this distance from this expense expenses excuse me to the money made is the greatest. That's the price point you want to hit.


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