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Do Homework - Kelley Duvelsaint -Google Chromehttps://www.mathxl.com/Student/PlayerHomework.aspx?homeworkld-513808 167&questionid=1&flushedzfalse&cld:5325011¢erwinsyes®aK Ohttps://www.couMAR 3203-Supply Chain and Operations Managementgeorge1/2Find on page1000/40562.5Homework: Homework 1 (Productivity)Score: 0.67 of 1 ptProblem 1.8SaveFind study reso Q8 of 10 (9 complete)HW Score: 86.67%, 8.67 of 10 ptsQuestion HelpLillian Fok is president of Lakefront Manufacturing, a producer of bicycle tires. Fok makes 1,200 tires per day with the following resourcesLabor425 hours per day @$12.50 per hourRaw Material 20,000 pounds per day @ $1.50 per pound$5,250 per day$10,000 per dayEnergyCapitala) Labor productivity per labor hour for these tires 2.82 tires/labor hour (round your response to two decimal places)b) Multifactor productivity for these tires 0.0237 tires/dollar (round your response to four decimal places)c) The percent change in mult factor productivity Fok can reduce the energy bill by S950 per day without cutting production or changing any other inputs-This preview has intentionally blurredsections. Sign up to view the full version.% enter your response as apercentage rounded to two decimal places)Note: calculate the new multifactor productivity to four decimal places before calculating the percentage changeView Full DocumentEnter your answer in the answer box and then click Check AnswerPREVIEW LEFTAll parts showingClear AllCheck Answer3:57 PM1/18/2019

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Lillian Fok is president of Lakefront Manufacturing, a producer of bicycle tires. Fok makes 1,200 tires per day with the following resources
Labor
425 hours per day @$12.50 per hour
Raw Material 20,000 pounds per day @ $1.50 per pound
$5,250 per day
$10,000 per day
Energy
Capital
a) Labor productivity per labor hour for these tires 2.82 tires/labor hour (round your response to two decimal places)
b) Multifactor productivity for these tires 0.0237 tires/dollar (round your response to four decimal places)
c) The percent change in mult factor productivity Fok can reduce the energy bill by S950 per day without cutting production or changing any other inputs-
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% enter your response as a
percentage rounded to two decimal places)
Note: calculate the new multifactor productivity to four decimal places before calculating the percentage change
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Do Homework - Kelley Duvelsaint -Google Chrome https://www.mathxl.com/Student/PlayerHomework.aspx?homeworkld-513808 167&questionid=1&flushedzfalse&cld:5325011&centerwinsyes ®a K O https://www.cou MAR 3203-Supply Chain and Operations Management george 1/2 Find on page 1000/40562.5 Homework: Homework 1 (Productivity) Score: 0.67 of 1 pt Problem 1.8 Save Find study reso Q 8 of 10 (9 complete) HW Score: 86.67%, 8.67 of 10 pts Question Help Lillian Fok is president of Lakefront Manufacturing, a producer of bicycle tires. Fok makes 1,200 tires per day with the following resources Labor 425 hours per day @$12.50 per hour Raw Material 20,000 pounds per day @ $1.50 per pound $5,250 per day $10,000 per day Energy Capital a) Labor productivity per labor hour for these tires 2.82 tires/labor hour (round your response to two decimal places) b) Multifactor productivity for these tires 0.0237 tires/dollar (round your response to four decimal places) c) The percent change in mult factor productivity Fok can reduce the energy bill by S950 per day without cutting production or changing any other inputs- This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version. % enter your response as a percentage rounded to two decimal places) Note: calculate the new multifactor productivity to four decimal places before calculating the percentage change View Full Document Enter your answer in the answer box and then click Check Answer PREVIEW LEFT All parts showing Clear All Check Answer 3:57 PM 1/18/2019

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Given data

Labour cost:425 hours per dya @$12.50 per hour

Raw materials:20000 pounds per day @$1.50 per pound

Energy:$5250 per day

Capital:$10000 per day

Step 2

(a)Find the productivity by using below formula we get

Labour productivity

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