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51 passed, 80 failed
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Average score: 67%
Pass score: 75%
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Highest: 99%
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Fastest: 22 sec
1. Which of the following is/are included in five major levels in the manufacturing planning and control system?
Multiple choice question Taken: 944 Correct: 76% (722) Wrong: 24% (222) Skipped: 4% (38)
Strategic business plan 5% (47)
Production plan 4% (37)
Master production schedule 11% (100)
All of these 76% (722)
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2. On the average a firm has 10 weeks of work-in-process and annual cost of goods sold is $15 million. Assuming that. the company works 50 weeks a year. What is the dollar value of the work-in-process?
Multiple choice question Taken: 702 Correct: 37% (258) Wrong: 63% (444) Skipped: 13% (93)
1,000,000 1% (5)
1,000,500 3% (22)
1,500,000 37% (258)
None of these 46% (324)
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3. In the above question. if the work-in-process could be reduced to 7 weeks and the annual cost of carrying inventory was 20% of the inventory value. what would be annual saving?
Multiple choice question Taken: 523 Correct: 40% (209) Wrong: 60% (314) Skipped: 31% (161)
$ 80,000 6% (31)
$ 70,000 11% (58)
$ 90,000 40% (209)
$ 60,000 12% (64)
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4. If the cost of manufacturing (direct material and direct labor) is 60% of sales and profit is 10% of sales .what would be the improvement in profit if. through better planning and control. the cost of manufacturing was reduced from 60%of sales to 50%of ales?
Multiple choice question Taken: 449 Correct: 36% (162) Wrong: 64% (287) Skipped: 23% (104)
1 36% (162)
0,7 7% (32)
0,5 13% (58)
0,1 21% (93)
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5.

Considering the above question how much would sales have to increase in profits?

Multiple choice question Taken: 402 Correct: 23% (94) Wrong: 77% (308) Skipped: 32% (129)

0,5

14% (57)

0,25

23% (94)

0,2

11% (44)

0,1

19% (78)
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6.

Continuous improvement does not focus on a

Multiple choice question Taken: 375 Correct: 21% (80) Wrong: 79% (295) Skipped: 12% (44)

Rate on improvement in quality

17% (62)

Cost and cost

45% (170)

Reliability, innovation, effectiveness and productivity

5% (19)

All of these

21% (80)
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7.

The old saying (What you do not measure. you cannot control). is as valid today as it was when first stated. The necessary step/s in implementing a successful performance measurement program is/are:

Multiple choice question Taken: 348 Correct: 65% (225) Wrong: 35% (123) Skipped: 11% (39)

Establish company goals and objectives

3% (11)

Define performance

2% (6)

State the measurement to be used, set performance standards, educate the user and make sure the program is consistently applied

19% (67)

All of these

65% (225)
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8.

There is difference between measurement and standards. because:

Multiple choice question Taken: 325 Correct: 58% (190) Wrong: 42% (135) Skipped: 12% (39)

Performance standards set the goal

31% (100)

Performance measures say how close you came

28% (90)

Performance measures set and measure the goals

26% (84)

Standards are for market analysis

4% (12)
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9.

Today production control works in a demanding environment shaped by six major challenges. Which one of the following is not of those challenges?

Multiple choice question Taken: 302 Correct: 47% (142) Wrong: 53% (160) Skipped: 11% (34)

Customer that are never satisfied

21% (64)

A supply chain that is large and must be manage

10% (30)

A product life cycle that is getting shorter and shorter

11% (32)

None of these

47% (142)
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10.

Metrics:

Multiple choice question Taken: 287 Correct: 54% (155) Wrong: 46% (132) Skipped: 14% (40)

Communicate expectations and motivate people

10% (28)

Identify problems

17% (50)

Direct a course of action

5% (14)

All o0f these

54% (155)
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11.

Metrics give us:

Multiple choice question Taken: 273 Correct: 66% (179) Wrong: 34% (94) Skipped: 14% (37)

Control by supervisors

21% (57)

Reporting of data to supers and external description

45% (122)

Product description

3% (9)

Process specification

18% (48)
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12.

Transportation / Distribution inventory / Warehousing / Packaging / Material handling / Order Entry / These are the activities of:

Multiple choice question Taken: 267 Correct: 73% (194) Wrong: 27% (73) Skipped: 13% (35)

physical supply Distribution system

73% (194)

Virtual supply and distribution system

3% (8)

Distribution details

7% (20)

None of these

4% (10)
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13.

The information for quantities required in manufacturing. planning and control system will come from all of these EXCEPT:

Multiple choice question Taken: 255 Correct: 72% (184) Wrong: 28% (71) Skipped: 13% (33)

Forecasts and material Requirement plan

6% (16)

Customer orders

2% (6)

Orders to replace finished-goods inventory

6% (16)

Sequence of operations

72% (184)
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14.

The time needed to perform operation is an important input factor to the manufacturing planning and control system. It is needed to schedule work through the plans.

Multiple choice question Taken: 236 Correct: 58% (138) Wrong: 42% (98) Skipped: 14% (33)

Load the plant

11% (26)

Make delivery promises

17% (39)

And cost the product

0% (0)

All of these

58% (138)
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15.

Route sheet or a routing file gives information in the manufacturing of a product such as:

Multiple choice question Taken: 235 Correct: 61% (143) Wrong: 39% (92) Skipped: 14% (34)

Operations required making the product

6% (13)

Sequence of operations

19% (44)

Equipment and accessories required

0% (1)

All of these

61% (143)
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16.

Process specifications are step-by-step set of instructions describing how the product is made this information is usually recorded an:

Multiple choice question Taken: 226 Correct: 53% (119) Wrong: 47% (107) Skipped: 15% (35)

A route sheet

3% (6)

A Routing file

12% (26)

Process sheet

18% (40)

Both A& B are the same

53% (119)
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17.

As used in material management. bill of material:

Multiple choice question Taken: 220 Correct: 58% (128) Wrong: 42% (92) Skipped: 15% (33)

Describes the components used to make the product

23% (51)

Describes the subassemblies at various stages of manufacture

2% (5)

Both of these

58% (128)

None of these

1% (3)
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18.

Engineering drawings and specifications and bill of material are the methods of:

Multiple choice question Taken: 217 Correct: 49% (106) Wrong: 51% (111) Skipped: 15% (32)

Product Description

49% (106)

Process specifications

21% (46)

Quantities required

3% (7)

None of these

12% (26)
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19.

Which one of the following is Not out of five basic inputs to the manufacturing planning and control system?

Multiple choice question Taken: 211 Correct: 69% (145) Wrong: 31% (66) Skipped: 16% (33)

Product Description and process specifications

4% (8)

Customized Design

69% (145)

Time needed to perform operations

4% (8)

Available facilities and quantities required

8% (17)
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20.

Inventories are part of planning process and provide buffer against:

Multiple choice question Taken: 209 Correct: 74% (155) Wrong: 26% (54) Skipped: 14% (30)

Demand rates

7% (15)

Production rates

1% (2)

Differences in demand and production rates

74% (155)

None of these

3% (7)
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21.

Production activity control activities in manufacturing planning and control may also be called:

Multiple choice question Taken: 202 Correct: 66% (133) Wrong: 34% (69) Skipped: 14% (29)

Shop-floor control

66% (133)

Capacity planning

8% (17)

Master planning

7% (14)

Material Requirement planning

4% (9)
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22.

Production planning includes;

Multiple choice question Taken: 201 Correct: 55% (110) Wrong: 45% (91) Skipped: 14% (29)

Forecasting

12% (24)

Master planning

8% (16)

Material Requirement planning and capacity planning

11% (22)

All of these

55% (110)
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23. On the overage a company has 12week of work-in-process (WIP) inventory and annual cost of goods sold of 36$ million. Assuming the company works 50 weeks per year. If the WIP could be reduced to 5week. and the annual cost of inventory value what would be annual savings?
Multiple choice question Taken: 196 Correct: 9% (18) Wrong: 91% (178) Skipped: 24% (47)
$50 0% (0)
000" 1% (2)
$500,400 9% (18)
$504,000 34% (66)
None of these 32% (63)
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24. On the overage a company has 12week of work-in-process (WIP) inventory and annual cost of goods sold of 36$ million. Assuming the company works 50 weeks per year. What is the dollar value of the WIP?
Multiple choice question Taken: 187 Correct: 53% (99) Wrong: 47% (88) Skipped: 27% (50)
$4, 32,000 53% (99)
$423,000 9% (17)
$4, 33,000 7% (13)
$4, 22,000 4% (8)
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25. If the cost of direct material is 60%. direct labor is 10%.and overhead is 25%of sales. How much to give the same increase in profit? (Remember overhead cost is constant
Multiple choice question Taken: 178 Correct: 30% (53) Wrong: 70% (125) Skipped: 44% (78)
0,19 6% (10)
0,18 11% (19)
0,17 30% (53)
0,13 10% (18)
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26. In order to maximize profit, a company must have all of the following objectives except:
Multiple choice question Taken: 173 Correct: 46% (79) Wrong: 54% (94) Skipped: 15% (26)
Best customer service 27% (46)
Most accurate production forecast 46% (79)
Lowest inventory investment 8% (14)
Lowest distribution cost 5% (8)
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27. The inventory turns ratio measures:
Multiple choice question Taken: 170 Correct: 79% (135) Wrong: 21% (35) Skipped: 15% (25)
the amount of inventory needed to support sales growth. 4% (6)
obsolete inventory as a percent of sales. 2% (3)
how effectively inventory is being used. 79% (135)
the amount of space needed to store inventory. 1% (1)
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28. Process specifications can be best defined as a document which:
Multiple choice question Taken: 165 Correct: 67% (111) Wrong: 33% (54) Skipped: 15% (24)
shows how the product will appear. 5% (9)
shows the steps needed to produce the end item. 67% (111)
details the capacity available at a work center. 3% (5)
flow charts various processes. 10% (16)
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29. A company's strategic plan:
Multiple choice question Taken: 164 Correct: 85% (139) Wrong: 15% (25) Skipped: 13% (22)
provides the manufacturing plan for families of end items. 2% (3)
outlines the sales plan for the next year. 0% (0)
is a statement of goals and objectives for a long range period. 85% (139)
outlines new products for the next year. 0% (0)
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30. In which of the following manufacturing environments would consumer products, such as film, food, etc. be classified?
Multiple choice question Taken: 163 Correct: 71% (115) Wrong: 29% (48) Skipped: 13% (21)
Assemble-to-order 2% (3)
Engineer-to-order 3% (5)
Make-to-order 12% (19)
Make-to-stock 71% (115)
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31.

A firm planned order is used to:

 

Multiple choice question Taken: 163 Correct: 67% (110) Wrong: 33% (53) Skipped: 13% (22)
Freeze the planned order against changes in quantity and time. 67% (110)
Convert the planned order to a scheduled receipt. 13% (22)
Simulate the projected inventory balance. 4% (6)
Manipulate the data and quantity of the customer order 2% (3)
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32. In order to maximize profit, a company must have all of the following objectives except:
Multiple choice question Taken: 163 Correct: 47% (77) Wrong: 53% (86) Skipped: 15% (24)
Best customer service 27% (44)
Most accurate production forecast 47% (77)
Lowest inventory investment 9% (15)
Lowest distribution cost 2% (3)
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33. All of the following conditions will trigger an exception message except:
Multiple choice question Taken: 162 Correct: 71% (115) Wrong: 29% (47) Skipped: 14% (23)
Changes in timing of a scheduled receipt. 4% (7)
Changes in the inventory on hand balance due to cycle count adjustment. 4% (7)
Changes in the forecast. 6% (10)
Changes in the assigned planner. 71% (115)
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34. Which of the following demand fulfillment approaches typically provides the longest delivery time ?
Multiple choice question Taken: 161 Correct: 81% (130) Wrong: 19% (31) Skipped: 14% (22)
Engineer-to-order. 81% (130)
Make-to-order. 4% (6)
Assemble-to-order. 1% (2)
Make-to-stock. 1% (1)
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35. Which of the following is generally a characteristic of a product-focused layout ?
Multiple choice question Taken: 159 Correct: 69% (109) Wrong: 31% (50) Skipped: 14% (23)
Large queues at workstations. 3% (5)
Fixed flow of work. 69% (109)
Production to a work order. 9% (14)
General purpose workstations. 5% (8)
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36. Which of the following is generally a function of the physical distribution system ?
Multiple choice question Taken: 158 Correct: 81% (128) Wrong: 19% (30) Skipped: 13% (21)
Production activity control. 3% (4)
Production planning. 1% (2)
Packaging. 81% (128)
Bill of material 2% (3)
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37. Of the following choices, which would be the preferred method to minimize system nervousness?
Multiple choice question Taken: 157 Correct: 71% (112) Wrong: 29% (45) Skipped: 15% (23)
Increase the order quantities. 4% (6)
Increase the lead time. 10% (15)
Use firm planned orders. 71% (112)
Ignore the exception messages. 1% (1)
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38. The inventory turns ratio measures:
Multiple choice question Taken: 157 Correct: 80% (126) Wrong: 20% (31) Skipped: 14% (22)
the amount of inventory needed to support sales growth. 3% (5)
obsolete inventory as a percent of sales. 2% (3)
how effectively inventory is being used. 80% (126)
the amount of space needed to store inventory. 1% (1)
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39. Many different end items are made from a small number of components. What manufacturing environment would this be?
Multiple choice question Taken: 156 Correct: 30% (47) Wrong: 70% (109) Skipped: 13% (20)
Make-to-stock 3% (5)
Make-to-order 30% (47)
Assemble-to-order 53% (83)
Engineer-to-order 1% (1)
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40. The purpose of a strategic business plan is to:
Multiple choice question Taken: 154 Correct: 65% (100) Wrong: 35% (54) Skipped: 12% (19)
plan production by product family. 3% (5)
plan for business changes which take a long time. 65% (100)
establish customer requirements over the long term. 18% (27)
establish order promising strategies. 2% (3)
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41. Available capacity can be best described as:
Multiple choice question Taken: 151 Correct: 60% (91) Wrong: 40% (60) Skipped: 14% (21)
The ability of a resource to produce a quantity of output for a particular period. 60% (91)
The amount of resource needed to produce the necessary output for a specified time period. 16% (24)
The amount of released work to a facility during a specified time period. 1% (2)
The amount of load on a work center to produce the output necessary. 9% (13)
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42. Forecasts are typically more accurate for the near future than they are for the longer future. This occurs because
Multiple choice question Taken: 150 Correct: 73% (109) Wrong: 27% (41) Skipped: 13% (19)
The near term holds less uncertainty than the long term. 73% (109)
More data is available in the near term. 10% (15)
Aggregate data is easier to forecast. 4% (6)
The future is more dynamic in the near term. 1% (1)
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43. Aggregate inventory management is concerned with:
Multiple choice question Taken: 150 Correct: 50% (75) Wrong: 50% (75) Skipped: 13% (20)
managing inventory items and how they are used. 21% (32)
establishing the production plan. 5% (7)
the cost and benefits of carrying the different classes of inventory. 50% (75)
the distribution network and the movement of inventory. 11% (16)
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44. A forecast is typically more accurate for
Multiple choice question Taken: 150 Correct: 81% (121) Wrong: 19% (29) Skipped: 13% (20)
Groups of items rather than for individual items. 81% (121)
Daily rather than monthly periods of time. 5% (7)
Physical units rather than monetary units. 1% (2)
Far out in the future rather than nearer time periods. 0% (0)
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45. An anticipated build schedule can be BEST described as
Multiple choice question Taken: 149 Correct: 62% (93) Wrong: 38% (56) Skipped: 15% (22)
Production plan. 14% (21)
Capacity plan. 4% (6)
Materials requirements plan. 5% (7)
Master production schedule. 62% (93)
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46.

Government regulations majorly apply to areas as:

A. Environment and taxation
B. Product liability and safety
C. Population growth

Multiple choice question Taken: 149 Correct: 58% (86) Wrong: 42% (63) Skipped: 16% (24)

A

9% (13)

A & B

58% (86)

A & C

3% (5)

A, B & C

14% (21)
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47. Customer requirements may be based on price, quality, delivery and so forth are called:
Multiple choice question Taken: 148 Correct: 76% (113) Wrong: 24% (35) Skipped: 13% (19)
Order qualifiers 76% (113)
Order prerequisites 3% (4)
Order basis 5% (7)
None of these 3% (5)
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48.

the price for a certain type of product must full within a range for the
suppliers to be considered .but being considered does not mean winning the order. so win orders a supplier must have characteristics that encourage customers to choose its products and services over competitors. Those competitive characteristics, or combination of characteristics are called
 

Multiple choice question Taken: 148 Correct: 81% (120) Wrong: 19% (28) Skipped: 13% (19)
Order takers 0% (0)
Order achievers 3% (5)
Order winners 81% (120)
Order credentials 3% (4)
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49.

It is virtually impossible to be the best in every dimension of competition. Firms should in general:

A. Strive to provide at least minimum level of acceptance for each of the order qualifiers
B. Should try to be the best in the market for the order winners.
C. Should keep in mind the pace of change

 

Multiple choice question Taken: 148 Correct: 40% (59) Wrong: 60% (89) Skipped: 15% (22)
C 3% (5)
C & B 10% (15)
B & A 40% (59)
C, B & A 32% (47)
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50.

Which of the following are objectives of inventory?
I. Maximize customer service
II. Efficient transaction
III. Low cost plan operations
IV. Minimum inventory investment
 

Multiple choice question Taken: 147 Correct: 48% (70) Wrong: 52% (77) Skipped: 14% (20)
I, II, and III 17% (25)
I, III, and IV 48% (70)
I, II, and IV 16% (24)
II, III, and IV 5% (8)
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51.

Which of the following would be included in the cost of carrying inventory?
I. Heating and lighting a warehouse
II. Obsolete inventory
III. Labor to move material
IV. Damaged inventory
 

Multiple choice question Taken: 145 Correct: 68% (99) Wrong: 32% (46) Skipped: 13% (19)
II, and III 2% (3)
II, III, and IV 10% (15)
I, III, and IV 6% (9)
I, II, III, and IV 68% (99)
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52. Which of the following best describes a normal distribution?
Multiple choice question Taken: 145 Correct: 68% (98) Wrong: 32% (47) Skipped: 12% (18)
Most values clustered near a central point 68% (98)
Warehouses centrally located to markets 12% (18)
Values accumulated at six sigma 4% (6)
A critical ratio of 1.0 3% (5)
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53.

Which of the following is MOST likely to be a dependent demand item ?

Multiple choice question Taken: 144 Correct: 74% (107) Wrong: 26% (37) Skipped: 13% (18)

A manufactured subassembly.

74% (107)
An item in a grocery store. 0% (0)
A service part. 11% (16)
An office supply item. 2% (3)
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54. Which of the following manufactured product types are BEST suited for flow manufacturing ?
Multiple choice question Taken: 144 Correct: 62% (89) Wrong: 38% (55) Skipped: 14% (20)
Wide range of disparate products. 1% (1)
Limited range of similar products. 62% (89)
Low volume of similar products. 7% (10)
High volume of disparate products. 17% (24)
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55. The master production schedule is generally a direct input to
Multiple choice question Taken: 143 Correct: 73% (104) Wrong: 27% (39) Skipped: 14% (20)
Production planning. 9% (13)
Material requirements planning (MRP). 73% (104)
Purchasing planning 1% (1)
Production activity control (PAC). 3% (5)
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56.

Life cycle approach for identifying order winners and qualifiers is complicated in that:

Multiple choice question Taken: 143 Correct: 57% (82) Wrong: 43% (61) Skipped: 15% (21)

The duration of life cycle will be very different for different products.

57% (82)

Customer needs change work frequently

16% (23)

Life cycle phase are difficult to understand

1% (2)
Not a single requirement applies to all these of life ycle 10% (15)
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57.

Which one of the following is a basic strategy to achieve the level of shortest lead time?

Multiple choice question Taken: 143 Correct: 79% (113) Wrong: 21% (30) Skipped: 13% (19)

Engineer-to-order

0% (0)
Assemble-to-order 5% (7)
Make-to-stock 79% (113)
Configure-to-order 3% (4)
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58.

This below pic shows the the situation of lead time strategy in case of:

Multiple choice question Taken: 143 Correct: 80% (114) Wrong: 20% (29) Skipped: 14% (20)

Engineer-to-order

80% (114)

Make-to-stock

1% (2)

Make-to-order

2% (3)

None of these

3% (4)
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59.

Based on the following information, what would the safety stock need to be to ensure product is in stock 99.9999% of the time?
MAD = 100
On hand = 200
Weekly demand = 400
 

Multiple choice question Taken: 142 Correct: 44% (62) Wrong: 56% (80) Skipped: 18% (25)
100 7% (10)
300 18% (26)
500 44% (62)
600 13% (19)
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60. In most companies, material purchases represent what percentage of the cost of the product?
Multiple choice question Taken: 141 Correct: 55% (78) Wrong: 45% (63) Skipped: 14% (20)
30% 11% (15)

50%

55% (78)
70% 18% (25)
90% 2% (3)
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61.

As 1980 gave way to the 1990 the world continued to change, forcing additional changes in supply-chain concepts. All of the following statements depict those changes EXCEPT:

 

 

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Explosive growth in computer capability applications as ERP. 8% (11)
Large growth in global competition 9% (13)
growth in the technological capabilities for product and processes 14% (20)
Growth in JIT 55% (77)
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62.

A company needs to produce 4000 units over the next two months. There are 21working days in the first month and 19 working days in the second month. What must the daily rate be with a level strategy ?

Multiple choice question Taken: 141 Correct: 79% (112) Wrong: 21% (29) Skipped: 16% (22)

50

2% (3)

75

1% (2)

100

79% (112)

125

1% (2)
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63. The portion of a company's inventory and planned production which is not already committed is
Multiple choice question Taken: 141 Correct: 79% (112) Wrong: 21% (29) Skipped: 15% (21)
Inventory allocation. 1% (2)
Inventory commitment. 0% (0)
Available to promise. 79% (112)
Multi-plant planning. 4% (6)
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64.

To result in optimal performance for customer service and cost, it is felt that the supply chain of activities as an extension of partnership. This implies many issues, but critical one/s include/includes:

Multiple choice question Taken: 141 Correct: 57% (80) Wrong: 43% (61) Skipped: 13% (19)
Flow of material 6% (8)
Flow of information and sharing of information, mostly through the internet 23% (32)
Fund transfers 1% (2)
All of these 57% (80)
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65. Which of the following does Capacity Requirements Planning shows the feasibility for?
Multiple choice question Taken: 141 Correct: 48% (68) Wrong: 52% (73) Skipped: 13% (19)

Production Planning

11% (16)

PAC

10% (14)
MRP 48% (68)
MPS 17% (24)
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66. The role of central supply in a decentralized distribution system is to
Multiple choice question Taken: 141 Correct: 46% (65) Wrong: 54% (76) Skipped: 14% (20)
forecast for DC 1% (1)
send parts to warehouses when central supply sees it is necessary. 6% (9)
responds to order from distribution sites 46% (65)
All of these metnioned options 33% (46)
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67.

In the Theory of Constraints (TOC) the rope refers to

Multiple choice question Taken: 141 Correct: 44% (62) Wrong: 56% (79) Skipped: 13% (19)
the "pull" of the materials through the constraint 44% (62)
schedule the materials into the constraint at a constant pace 11% (16)
hold a queue before the constraint so the constraint will always have materials available. 8% (11)
All of these given options 23% (33)
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68.

For master production scheduling, the minimum planning horizon is equal to the

Multiple choice question Taken: 140 Correct: 62% (87) Wrong: 38% (53) Skipped: 14% (19)

Longest cumulative or end to end lead time.

62% (87)

Sum of the lead times of all the purchased materials

6% (9)

Sum of the lead times of all the components

16% (22)

Just in Time

2% (3)
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69.

What type of inventory category is for items used in production that do not become a part of the product?

Multiple choice question Taken: 140 Correct: 66% (93) Wrong: 34% (47) Skipped: 13% (18)

Raw materials

1% (2)

Service Parts

9% (12)

MRO Inventory

66% (93)

Scrap Inventory

11% (15)
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70. Just in Time philosophy is
Multiple choice question Taken: 140 Correct: 64% (89) Wrong: 36% (51) Skipped: 13% (18)
the elimination of scrap 2% (3)
the elimination of waste 64% (89)
get products to customer quickly 21% (29)
focus on high quality 1% (1)
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71. The primary reason for a time fence is to
Multiple choice question Taken: 139 Correct: 71% (99) Wrong: 29% (40) Skipped: 12% (17)
Determine how to use the forecast. 4% (5)
Manage schedule changes most effectively. 71% (99)
Provide a stable schedule for the suppliers. 9% (13)
Maintain a steady shipment schedule. 4% (5)
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72. The setup time for an operation is two hours and the run time is 10 minutes per piece. The scheduled operation time for 100 units is
Multiple choice question Taken: 139 Correct: 81% (112) Wrong: 19% (27) Skipped: 13% (18)
130 minutes. 4% (5)
1,000 minutes. 2% (3)
1,100 minutes. 1% (1)
1,120 minutes. 81% (112)
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73.

Aggregate inventory management is concerned with:

Multiple choice question Taken: 139 Correct: 58% (80) Wrong: 42% (59) Skipped: 12% (17)

managing inventory items and how they are used.

17% (23)

establishing the production plan.

4% (6)
the cost and benefits of carrying the different classes of inventory. 58% (80)
the distribution network and the movement of inventory. 9% (13)
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74. Which of the following best describes a normal distribution?
Multiple choice question Taken: 139 Correct: 67% (93) Wrong: 33% (46) Skipped: 13% (18)
Most values clustered near a central point 67% (93)
Warehouses centrally located to markets 11% (15)
Values accumulated at six sigma 6% (8)
A critical ratio of 1.0 4% (5)
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75. A company wants to store 15,000 cartons with 20 cartons on each pallet. The warehouse is set up to store pallets 5 high. How many pallet positions are needed?
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150 78% (109)
500 0% (0)
750 7% (10)
3000 1% (1)
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76. All of the following are basic grouping methods to store and locate stock in a warehouse except:
Multiple choice question Taken: 139 Correct: 55% (76) Wrong: 45% (63) Skipped: 14% (19)
Items related functionally 9% (12)
Items in sequential SKU number 55% (76)
Items which are physically similar 14% (19)
Items which are fast moving 9% (13)
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77. Material requirements planning (MRP) schedules a planned order receipt when
Multiple choice question Taken: 139 Correct: 70% (97) Wrong: 30% (42) Skipped: 12% (17)
A gross requirement exists. 11% (15)
A net requirement exists. 70% (97)
An exception is generated. 2% (3)
Safety stock is zero. 5% (7)
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78. A firm planned order is used to
Multiple choice question Taken: 139 Correct: 71% (99) Wrong: 29% (40) Skipped: 13% (18)
Freeze the planned order against changes in quantity and time. 71% (99)
Convert the planned order to a scheduled receipt. 9% (13)
Simulate the projected inventory balance. 4% (6)
Manipulate the data and quantity of the customer order. 2% (3)
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79.

It should be recognized that order winners and qualifiers for any product market combination are not static. not only will customers change perspectives as competitors jokey for position but the order winners and qualifiers will often change based on the concepts of:

Multiple choice question Taken: 139 Correct: 40% (56) Wrong: 60% (83) Skipped: 13% (18)
Product life cycle 40% (56)
Economic changes 4% (5)
Government regulation 1% (1)
Market needs 42% (59)
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80. To get most profit, a company must have:
Multiple choice question Taken: 133 Correct: 85% (113) Wrong: 15% (20) Skipped: 7% (9)
Best customers service 4% (5)
Lowest production and inventory costs 5% (6)
Lowest distribution costs 0% (0)
All of these 85% (113)
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