I finally passed this! BYE, I am out

Ok bye

what questions can we submit for the resit comments?

plsss

did someone complain?

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thanks dude

thanks man

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Oh and good luck to you too.

Going Bad buuuut I'll be happy to be with all this shit tomorrow to get drunk aswell

8/12 = 0.667. divide by 12 since six sigma is 6 x sd on each side.

So for 6 sigma you always divide by 12??

8 divided by 12, six sigma does 6 on both sides so you'll get 0.66667

aren't you missing +16 for the already existing inventory to get to -29?

yepp

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Can someone explain me question 25 of the first sit?

For question 5

No area was marked for this question

Did someone find anything for bonus points? I need one point to pass.. I got 33..

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My bad. Personally, I didn't

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Yes, I know that, just found it a bit misleading and wanted to know if anyone thought the same.

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and they are questioned

whaaaat?

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did we study scor model???

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told ya

but then you are also counting the throughput rate of the pizza

How do you calculate MPS?

anyone can explain the difference between order qualifier and order winner please?

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why can you only do 20 orders per day?

because cooking burgers is the bottleneck

do you think there will be more theory questions than calculations in the exam?

Its supposed to be 60% theory and 40% calculations

Does anybody have a brief summary ? (Around 30 pages)

you have to calculate EOQ the formula is on the formula sheet so square root of (2*18000*25)/1

all answers were counted as correct so I wouldn't worry about this question

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can you please write the calculations? I don't get your result

felix: 480-20=460 --> 250/460= 0.54
Frederick: 360-45=315 ---> 420/315=1.333
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Isn't the maximum capacity limited due to operation C? Which is 350 units .

Yep, 350 units/h because of the bottleneck C

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