DISCUSSION QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS233mate the6-62 Using the data from Figures 6.12-6.14, developnet material requirements plan for 50 units of item Aassuming that it takes only 1 unit of item B for eachunit of item A.9a), deter-a should6-63 The demand for product S is 100 units. Each unit ofS requires 1 unit of T and 0.5 ounce of U. Each unitof T requires 1 unit of V, 2 units of W, and 1 unit ofX. Finally, each unit of U requires 0.5 ounce of Yand 3 units of Z. All items are manufactured by thesame firm. It takes two weeks to make S, one weekto make T, two weeks to make U, two weeks to makeV, three weeks to make W, one week to make X, twoweeks to make Y, and one week to make Z.marketormallythe timeort costsIl reportsld by thereportsajor ap-Emarpy,for themand for00 units(a) Construct a material structure tree and a grossmaterial requirements plan for the dependent in-ventory items.(b) Identify all levels, parents, and components(a) Construct a net material requirements plan usingthe following on-hand inventory data:productn starts,usST UV W X Y Zials intoe equip-$50 perΙΤΕM20On-HandInventory400 re-20 2010 30302515 10ion run.6-64 The Webster Manufacturing Company produces apopular type of serving cart. This product, the SL72,is made from the following parts: 1 unit of part A,1 unit of part B, and 1 unit of subassembly C. Eachsubassembly C is made up of 2 units of part D,4 units of part E, and 2 units of part F. Develop a?luce 400w manyoductiont wouldmaterial structure tree for this.6-65 Blair H. Dodds III runs a medium- to large-sizedv refrig.

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
233
mate the
6-62 Using the data from Figures 6.12-6.14, develop
net material requirements plan for 50 units of item A
assuming that it takes only 1 unit of item B for each
unit of item A.
9
a), deter-
a should
6-63 The demand for product S is 100 units. Each unit of
S requires 1 unit of T and 0.5 ounce of U. Each unit
of T requires 1 unit of V, 2 units of W, and 1 unit of
X. Finally, each unit of U requires 0.5 ounce of Y
and 3 units of Z. All items are manufactured by the
same firm. It takes two weeks to make S, one week
to make T, two weeks to make U, two weeks to make
V, three weeks to make W, one week to make X, two
weeks to make Y, and one week to make Z.
market
ormally
the time
ort costs
Il reports
ld by the
reports
ajor ap-
Emarpy,
for the
mand for
00 units
(a) Construct a material structure tree and a gross
material requirements plan for the dependent in-
ventory items.
(b) Identify all levels, parents, and components
(a) Construct a net material requirements plan using
the following on-hand inventory data:
product
n starts,
us
ST UV W X Y Z
ials into
e equip-
$50 per
ΙΤΕM
20
On-Hand
Inventory
400 re-
20 20
10 30
30
25
15 10
ion run.
6-64 The Webster Manufacturing Company produces a
popular type of serving cart. This product, the SL72,
is made from the following parts: 1 unit of part A,
1 unit of part B, and 1 unit of subassembly C. Each
subassembly C is made up of 2 units of part D,
4 units of part E, and 2 units of part F. Develop a
?
luce 400
w many
oduction
t would
material structure tree for this.
6-65 Blair H. Dodds III runs a medium- to large-sized
v refrig.
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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS 233 mate the 6-62 Using the data from Figures 6.12-6.14, develop net material requirements plan for 50 units of item A assuming that it takes only 1 unit of item B for each unit of item A. 9 a), deter- a should 6-63 The demand for product S is 100 units. Each unit of S requires 1 unit of T and 0.5 ounce of U. Each unit of T requires 1 unit of V, 2 units of W, and 1 unit of X. Finally, each unit of U requires 0.5 ounce of Y and 3 units of Z. All items are manufactured by the same firm. It takes two weeks to make S, one week to make T, two weeks to make U, two weeks to make V, three weeks to make W, one week to make X, two weeks to make Y, and one week to make Z. market ormally the time ort costs Il reports ld by the reports ajor ap- Emarpy, for the mand for 00 units (a) Construct a material structure tree and a gross material requirements plan for the dependent in- ventory items. (b) Identify all levels, parents, and components (a) Construct a net material requirements plan using the following on-hand inventory data: product n starts, us ST UV W X Y Z ials into e equip- $50 per ΙΤΕM 20 On-Hand Inventory 400 re- 20 20 10 30 30 25 15 10 ion run. 6-64 The Webster Manufacturing Company produces a popular type of serving cart. This product, the SL72, is made from the following parts: 1 unit of part A, 1 unit of part B, and 1 unit of subassembly C. Each subassembly C is made up of 2 units of part D, 4 units of part E, and 2 units of part F. Develop a ? luce 400 w many oduction t would material structure tree for this. 6-65 Blair H. Dodds III runs a medium- to large-sized v refrig.

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a) Construct the material structure tree: T (1) U (0.5) Z (3) V () X (1) W (2) Y (0.5)

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Determine the gross material requirement plan: В C Units 1 Product Requirement Gross requirement Inventory Net requirement Gross requirement Inventory Net requirement Gross requirement Inventory Net requir ement Gross requirement Inventory Net requirement Gross requirement Inventory Net requir ement Gross requirement Inventory Net requir ement Gross requirement Inventory Net requir ement Gross requirement Inventory Net requirement 100 2 3 S 20 4 80 80 6 т 20 7 60 8 40 9 U 10 10 30 11 60 12 30 13 30 14 120 W 15 30 16 90 17 60 18 X 25 19 35 20 15 Y 21 15 22 0 23 90 24 10 25 80

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b) Identify levels, parents, and components: Level 0 U (0.5) T (1) Level V (1) W (2) X (1) Z (3) Y(0.5) Level 2

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