# Isds 702 week1 | Operations Management homework help

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An emergency room has added a triage nurse in order to reduce wait time for patients arriving for care. On average 55 patients arrive per hour. The process map below shows the activities and buffers in an emergency room. Parameter I describes the average number of patients and T describes time in minutes.  On average what is the wait time before a patient can see a triage nurse?

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An emergency room has added a triage nurse in order to reduce wait time for patients arriving for care. On average 55 patients arrive per hour. The process map below shows the activities and buffers in an emergency room. Parameter I describes the average number of patients and T describes time in minutes.  On average what is the wait time before a patient can see a doctor?

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An emergency room has added a triage nurse in order to reduce wait time for patients arriving for care. On average 55 patients arrive per hour. The process map below shows the activities and buffers in an emergency room. Parameter I describes the average number of patients and T describes time in minutes.  On average how long does it take for a patient to go through the emergency room?

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An emergency room has added a triage nurse in order to reduce wait time for patients arriving for care. On average 55 patients arrive per hour. The process map below shows the activities and buffers in an emergency room. Parameter I describes the average number of patients and T describes time in minutes.  On average how many patients are in the emergency room?

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The Evastonian is an upscale independent hotel that caters to both business and leisure travelers. On an average day, 135 guests check into The Evastonian. The hotel charges an average of \$230 per night and it turns over its inventory 12.5 times per month (assume 30 days per month).  What is the annual revenue?

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The process map below shows the room service at The Evastonian Hotel. The workstations and unit load for each step of the room service process are shown.  What is the theoretical flow time of the process?

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The process map below the room service at The Evastonian Hotel. The workstations and unit load for each step of the room service process are shown. The average flow time of the process to complete an order was measured to be 60 minutes. What is the flow time efficiency?

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The process map below shows the room service at The Evastonian Hotel. The workstations and unit load for each step of the room service process are shown. The average flow time of the process to complete an order was measured to be 60 minutes.  During the busy shift, 4:00 pm – 12:00 midnight, on average 75 orders are placed with the room service. How many orders are in process (average number of orders in process)?

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A government agency is responsible for approving all the construction permits for all the state healthcare related facilities. Annually, the agency receives about 350 permits. The permits await assignment to an agent who has to approve the project once all the requirements are satisfied. A year is considered 250 calendar days. The process map is shown below.  On average how many permits are submitted per day?

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A government agency is responsible for approving all the construction permits for all the state healthcare related facilities. Annually, the agency receives about 350 permits. The permits await assignment to an agent who has to approve the project once all the requirements are satisfied. A year is considered 250 calendar days. The process map is shown below.  On average how many permits are awaiting assignment?

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A government agency is responsible for approving all the construction permits for all the state healthcare related facilities. Annually, the agency receives about 350 permits. The permits await assignment to an agent who has to approve the project once all the requirements are satisfied. A year is considered 250 calendar days. The process map is shown below. On average how many permits are in the approval process?

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A government agency is responsible for approving all the construction permits for all the state healthcare related facilities. Annually, the agency receives about 350 permits. The permits await assignment to an agent who has to approve the project once all the requirements are satisfied. A year is considered 250 calendar days. The process map is shown below. On average how long does it take the agency to issue the permit (total time)?

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A government agency is responsible for approving all the construction permits for all the state healthcare related facilities. Annually, the agency receives about 350 permits. The permits await assignment to an agent who has to approve the project once all the requirements are satisfied. A year is considered 250 calendar days. The process map is shown below.  On average how many permits are with the agency (awaiting assignment and approval process)?

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Johnson Products Inc. is a large public company in manufacturing. A portion of the company’s financial statement is shown below.   Assume 365 days in a year.  On average, how long does a dollar spend in production process (plant time) before it leaves as finished goods?

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Johnson Products Inc. is a large public company in manufacturing. A portion of the company’s financial statement is shown below.  Assume 365 days in a year.  How long does it take, on average, for sales dollars to be collected from the customers (time in account receivable)?

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Johnson Products Inc. is a large public company in manufacturing. A portion of the company’s financial statement is shown below.   Assume 365 days in a year.  What is the inventory turnover for Johnson Products?

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Johnson Products Inc. is a large public company in manufacturing. A portion of the company’s financial statement is shown below.   What is the account receivable turnover for Johnson Products?

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MBPF Inc., featured in ISDS 702 textbook, manufactures prefabricated garages three eight-hour-shifts, seven- day- week, and fifty- week-year. The production data shows the current demand (average production or throughput) is 1000 garages per week and the average number of garages in the inventory (WIP) is 2000.  The process appears to be stable. What is the inventory turnover for MBPF?

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MBPF Inc., featured in ISDS 702 textbook, manufactures prefabricated garages three eight-hour-shifts, seven- day- week, and fifty- week-year. The production data shows the current demand (average production or throughput) is 1000 garages per week and the average number of garages in the inventory (WIP) is 2000.  The process appears to be stable.  On average what is the average flow time of a garage through MBPF?

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MBPF Inc., featured in ISDS 702 textbook, manufactures prefabricated garages three eight-hour-shifts, seven- day- week, and fifty- week-year. The production data shows the current demand (average production or throughput) is 1000 garages per week and the average number of garages in the inventory (WIP) is 2000.  The process appears to be stable. If the theoretical flow time for a garage is 60 minutes and average flow time is 150 minutes, what is the flow time efficiency?

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MBPF Inc., featured in ISDS 702 textbook, manufactures prefabricated garages three eight-hour-shifts, seven- day- week, and fifty- week-year. The production data shows the current demand (average production or throughput) is 1000 garages per week and the average number of garages in the inventory (WIP) is 2000.  The process appears to be stable. The manufacturing process and activity times are shown in the table below.  What is the theoretical capacity of the MBPF per year (maximum capacity theoretically how many garages per year)?

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Analysis of financial data for a M & J company shows monthly revenue and month end account receivables (in \$000,000).  The data for one year is shown below. How long does it take, on average, between the time a dollar is billed for a service to the time it is collected as cash from the payment (commonly known as Days in AR)? Assume 30 days in a month.

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The Director of Radiology at a large hospital is concerned about the scheduling of the radiology facilities. On average, 250 patients are transported per day (8 hours) to the Radiology Department for diagnostic procedures. If the patients do not reach their radiology unit at their scheduled time, backlogs will occur and other patients will experience delays. The time it takes to transport patients from ward to the radiology unit was operationally defined as the time between when the transporter was assigned to the patient and the time the patient arrived at the radiology unit. A sample of n = 4 patients was selected each day for 5 days and the time to transport each patient in minutes, was measured (Gitlow et al.). The data is shown in the table below. On average, how many patients are being transported?

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A university credit union that serves a very large student population has an ATM in the student union where several cafes, restaurants, game rooms, gift shops and other unique shops are located. The average cash withdrawal at the ATM is about \$40.  Average number of cash withdrawals per week is about 200. Several inspections of the ATM indicated and average of \$28,844 in the machine. Assuming 52 weeks in a year, what is the turnover ratio?

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In celebrating success after a project completion, it was announced, “Inventories are about forty percent of what they were three month ago. Throughput has doubled.” How this success has affected flow time after the project, by how much?

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