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histrogram example in coffee making coffee

problem given: not meeting lead time

Answer #1

Why why Analysis and Fish bone diagram why there is a
lead time in making a hot coffee.

Serving or making hot coffee example process map with 8 waste
example of lean six sigma approach and SIPOC diagram

Given this information:
Expected demand during lead time = 285 units
Standard deviation of lead time demand = 16 units
Use Table.
Determine each of the following, assuming that lead time demand is
distributed normally:
a. The ROP that will provide a risk of stockout of
1 percent during lead time. (Round your answer to the
nearest whole number.)
ROP
units
b. The safety stock needed to attain a 1 percent
risk of stockout during lead time. (Do...

why why Analysis and fish bone diagram of why lead
time increasing in making hot coffe if the number of staff,
materials and equipments has been found sufficient.

Problem 14-3 (Algorithmic)
The reorder point r = dm is defined as the lead-time demand for
an item. In cases of long lead times, the lead-time demand and thus
the reorder point may exceed the economic order quantity Q*. In
such cases, the inventory position will not equal the inventory on
hand when an order is placed, and the reorder point may be
expressed in terms of either the inventory position or the
inventory on hand.
Consider the economic order...

A small cafeteria
has a single coffee-making machine. There can be delays if several
customers all want coffee at the same time. The proprietor has
observed that on average 60% of customers want coffee from the
machine.
nonconforming.
(a) If six
customers enter the cafeteria, what is the probability distribution
for the number of customers, X, who will want coffee from
the machine?
(b) What is the
probability that at least four of the six customers will want
coffee from...

cycle Time Example Problem
An order for Order Quantity of a product is processed on work
centers A and B. The setup time on A is Work Centre A - Setup Time,
and run time is Work Centre A - Run Time Per Piece. The setup time
on B is Work Centre B - Setup Time, and the run time is Work Centre
B - Run Time Per Piece. Wait time between the two operations is
Wait time after Work...

Explain the deontological and teleological orientations, then
give an example showing how they could lead to solving the same
problem in different ways.

Dr. Ewing acknowledges that he does not have a problem with
coffee, he has a problem without it. Knowing this, he has asked you
to design a coffee pot that will heat water in as short a time as
possible. If you need to heat 500 mL of water from room temperature
(700F) to brewing temperature (1950F) in 20
seconds, how much power, in units of
Watts, is required? You may assume the specific heat of
water is 4.18 J/(g...

Problem 2) A coffee machine dispenses coffee into paper cups.
You’re supposed to get 10 ounces of coffee, but the amount varies
slightly from cup to cup. The amounts in ounces measured in a
random sample of 20 cups are given in the Excel file, tab coffee
machine.
a) For one experimental unit, what is the response variable?
Categorical or quantitative?
b) Verify the two conditions for using the normal distribution
for the sample mean: Random sample? Is...

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