QUESTION 1 1. USING EXHIBIT A: What would RHO be in a SINGLE-server model? (3 decimal places) 2. USI

QUESTION
1
1.
USING EXHIBIT A: What would
RHO be in a SINGLE-server model? (3 decimal places)

2. USING EXHIBIT A: In a
ONE-server model, what is the probability less than 3 customers in the system?

3.USING
EXHIBIT A: In a TWO-server model, what is the probability of more than one
person in line?

4.

USING EXHIBIT A: What is the
probability of being served immediately in a THREE-server model?

5.USING EXHIBIT A: In a THREE-server model, what
is the probability exactly of one customer in line?

6.USING
EXHIBIT A: In a THREE-SERVER model, how much time does the average customer
spend in the system; from the moment they enter the system until they leave the
system? (in minutes)

7.USING
EXHIBIT A: Suppose RHO was 0.60 in a one-server model. What would be the
average number of customers in line in a single server model?

8.Your
company places an order for 400 units every year. Because of a shortage in
inventory only 250 are shipped to you this year. Your reaction is to inflate
order sizes next year, from 400 to 500, in the hopes that even in another
inventory shortage occurs, you’ll get your intended order size. Your reaction
is called

9.USING EXHIBIT C: In a single
server model, find the probability that you will be served immediately. (Three
decimal places) Provide you answer as a decimal, for example do not use 50%,
provide 0.500 as your answer.

10.USING EXHIBIT B: In a single
server model, find the average amount of time a customer spends in the line.
Provide answer in MINUTES (Two decimal places)

11.
USING EXHIBIT E: What would
be the required amount of inventory per warehouse in the desired system?
Remember, your answer should reflect the amount needed PER WAREHOUSE, not the
total in the system.

12.
USING EXHIBIT D: Consider the
problem of shrinkage in a supply chain. According to SCM 300, how many units
should the materials plan account for in order to meet the expected consumer
demand?