ropvfoi.pdf (This wasn't covered
in this depth this semester)
Note: You don't need the whole formulas for these. Just focus on Pstockout and safety stock. another way to phrase a question on this issue is "How much safety stock would you have to keep to have equivalent service level in the FOI approach?"
Project schedules (brackett
diagram not covered this semester)
A typical exam problem might also have a list of activities, durations, precedence relationships and a predrawn PERT chart for you to fill in.
Project schedule and Bathroom solutions
learning curve data and the
Solutions to learning curve.
two features about learning curves:
One is the doubling of experience gives a constant % reduction. Thus, divide the times required T2/T1; T4/T2; T6/T3; T8/T4 This will reveal a second feature, that the first time you do something, the data usually doesn't fit the theory (i.e. it is "anomalous"--sometimes referred to as "fubar").
Use the table factors to figure out how much experience you must have before the time to do it is 72 hours or less. The lesson is that it takes time to implement a process change and realize the projected benefit.
Merge lanes game
A linear Programming problem with solver output to interpret.
similar to expan LP above
Solution to merge and Solver output
Interpretation of MacDog output
Miscellaneous MC questions
solutions have been added