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helps in maintaining their website and cell phone reception towers. T-Mobile tells you exactly how much you are expected to pay in a plan and does not have any hidden costs. Some carriers charge overage fees once a consumer goes over the amount of data covered in their plan. T-Mobile does not have any overage charges, instead they have free talk, text and data for its customers across North America. T-Mobile takes pride in not only its service, but in catering to its employees as well. Primarily

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caused by texting and driving. Texting and driving is 6 times more dangerous than driving drunk. Cellphone plan limits can lead to expensive bills and overages. There are ways to fix these problems but they cost more money. More than a quarter of AT&T customers and 20% of Verizon customers said they paid an overage charge in the past six months. The overage charges are exacerbated by tablets, on average 24% of customers own a tablet. This is leading Verizon customers to upgrade their cellphone plans.

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Arjun R. Sabhaya Production 529 Hamptonshire Express October 16, 2012 PROBLEM #1 A. The simulated function given in the Excel spreadsheet “Hamptonshire Express: Problem_#1” allows the user to find the optimal quantity of newspapers to be stocked at the newly formed Hamptonshire Express Daily Newspaper. Anna Sheen estimated the daily demand of newspapers to be on a normal standard distribution; stating that daily demand will have a mean of 500 newspapers per day with a standard deviation

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Problem 1 a. Using the function provided, the optimal stocking quantity, which maximizes expected profit, is approximately 584 newspapers. If 584 newspapers were to be ordered, Hamptonshire Express will net an expected profit of \$331.436 per day. b. Using the Newsvendor Formula in Excel, or Q* = Norminv(Cu/(Cu+Co), Mean, Std Dev) and the values: Cu = 1 - .2 = .8 Co = .2 Mean = 500 Std Dev = 100 Q* = 584.1621 or 584 newspapers. This verifies the quantity in part (a). Problem 2 a. Based on the simulation

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Executive Summary There were multiple issues weighing heavily on the mind Wally, a VP at Sports Obermeyer, in November of 1992. Sports Obermeyer, a successful manufacturer of ski apparel was having trouble planning the manufacturing levels of its various skiwear items for 1993-94 based on whatever scant information it had on the end customers’ likes and dislikes. Waiting to make these decisions till after the Las Vegas trade show, the one event which would give reliable retailer feedback, would

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from cash shortage” account if reasonable efforts fail to disclose the cause of the shortage Accounting for Cash Overage * It is initially recorded by debiting cash and crediting “cash short of over” * The cash overage is closed to “miscellaneous income” account if there is no claim to such * The cash overage is closed to “payable to cashier” account if the overage was the money of the cashier The Imprest System This is a system of controlling cash which requires all cash receipts

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situation the Buyback price is also roughly 1. In fact the retailer (Armentrout) is practically eliminated from the chain and has no role. Thus the chain acts as an integrated chain and reaches its optimum. c. A franchise wouldn’t affect Armentrout’s overage and underage cost. Therefore it does not change his fraction and does not change his decisions. However in extreme cases the nature of problem changes. If Sheen charges a very high franchise price she would have no incentive to sell any paper (since

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shows a strong correlation between incorrect materials and labor costs. The control chart below shows the process system in control and needing to change or the process would continue. The overage in hours is staggering, at \$130,000 per year (being \$2,500 per week) or 5,200 hours on an average. A further overage of materials and direct labor cost totaling \$120,000 per year in incorrect materials, for a total of \$250,000 combined in reduction of costs, increasing resources of the company and client

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was slightly behind of budget at 15.3 compared to a budgeted 18.2. The year-to-date daily census was 16.9 compared to a budgeted 18.2. Expenses were over budget by \$887,876 for the month which included overages in Salaries, Purchased Services, and the Medicaid Enhancement Tax. An overage was expected in salaries related to the board approved market value adjustments and bonuses given to eligible staff in June. Purchased services exceeded budget by \$163k due to the continued need for temporary

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In this report it will be analyzing my personal diet. I analyzed myself over a 3 day period. During this period, I analyzed my eating habits on national holidays versus my day to day life. I am a 20 year old female (not pregnant or lactating) I estimate my weight to be 195 lbs. and my height is 5 foot 6 inches. My daily activity level is sedentary. My job is as a leasing professional and in that profession there is some foot traffic but not much. There is also limited heavy lifting. Out of work I

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