Any others complaints?? ??
Any complaints? (Question 25, no answer was correct right?)
Question 35: - you can clearly argue for both answers cost-to-service (increase in service level due to higher safety stock, increases costs) and cost-to-cost tradeoff (increase in inventory holding costs decreases stock-out costs) Question 57: - two answers are correct, as given in the answer key the test value equals the scales neutral point AND the alternative hypothesis is one-sided since it clearly says' the score is larger than our expectations' which implies Ha>4
51: why is b a benefit of outsourcing?
did this year's book change compared to last year's?
We are using a book compiled by the cc so idk but last years summaries seem the same
30 - Why is it A?
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Why is c correct?
You look at the dunet c and the ones with asteriks are the “relationships” so you can see which groups are related
Q30- Any hints on how to solve this?
If the the test is significant you look at robust and dunet c if it is insignificant you look at anova and lsd the rest is just looking at the means plot and interpreting the relationships
thank you!
Q28- How do we know when the equal variances can or cannot be assumed?
Sig. under levens test if the p value is low thus rejects the null equal variances not assumed. Think of it like null and alternative where assuming variances is null and not assumed is alternative.
Can someone please explain me how to calculate this ? Thanks!
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EOQ is the optimized value of TAC
exactly, so the quantity to order in order to have minimum TAC but I don't get how it has to do with this question
Does someone know what are the calculations for this exercise ?
Page 302 example 7-11 in the book
20*1.65*10*0.25 = $82.50
Q57- do they mean individual deliveries or one shipment, when they ask "should Zanda do this?"
They ask if zanda should consolidate shipments... so with the current version their cost is 500*3 but with this proposed version its 1300+3*100
Can someone help please?
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Where did you get that equation?
Turnover rate (4) = COGS (2000x5000) / Average Inventory. Solve for average inventory----> multiply by 0.25 and you get the answer!
Q27- How do you know that the p-value is highly significant at the 5% level?
Because its 0.000
In the continuous review model, is the average inventory held (I) equal to the cycle stock defined earlier in the chapter? They both look at order quantity/2 but wasnt sure if they can be used interchangeably
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How do you know there wont be questions on it?
sorry I meant no questions about the periodic model cause she sent an e-mail about it but indeed there will be about the continuous one
I always get 18,000 - how did you calculate this?
you use the formula with the quantity discounts so TAC=D/Q*Co+Q/2*U*Ci+U*D =500.000/2.500*40+2.500/2*32*0,25+32*500.000 =8.000+10.000+16.000.000 =16.018.000
How to get to C??
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SO you think that the exercise gave us all irrelevant info like desired service level and SD just to confuse us? That is weird... but if that is the solution ok!
Yes just like the question above this you don’t need everything to calculates it
Can someone please post the formulas that are relevant for the exam?
Q26 - Why is the correct answer here A?
When the computed table is 2*2 we look at the continuity correction not the pearson chi look at the asterisks for hints
Thanks :)
Why is C correct ?
Not sure but I thought it was because of the sig, which is .00. This means that we can reject the HO, which always states that there is no relationship between the two variables., therefore there is a difference between food quality and service. You can also reason that d must be false, because from the output you see that their correlation is -0.166
1,400,000/50,000 DOS calculates how long you can fulfil estimated demand with the current inventory on hand
Thank you!
Why is this a communication gap and not a performance gap ?
The communications gap is the difference between what company communicates about its performance and its actual performance while performance gap is the difference between actual and real performance, here it states that the guy promised him something but did not actually go through with it
Is "Deal Proneness" somewhere in the book ?
Deal proneness has no relevance to the question you only need to see if the options are seeking to get an explanation on deal proneness with some other factor being independent and effecting the dependent variable
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Question 44 HOW???
How to get B???
How do we get A?
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Can you show your calculations for the TAC please ?
Does this help?
Doe someone have the calculation ?
Which question?
TAC = (30*(70*250/1750))+(20%*14*(1750/2)) = 2750
Do you mean a refurbished iphone with this?
Yes exactly ! Didn’t know the exact word for that in English thanks !
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I forgot to add this table in my summary and it is pretty useful (1 exam question related to this topic in the last 2 old exams)
With this as a conclusion ! Speed: Air best, Pipe worst Availability: Truck best, Pipe worst Dependability: Pipe best, Air worst Capability: Water best, Pipe worst Frequency: Pipe best, Water worst Cost: Air best, Pipe worst
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its labeled in the document, if its wrong its wrong its not a matter of taking it or not. If you cant see the label its the definition of core capabilities
Thanks, saw it now. Although it is not an excuse, the sentence makes no sense so I suppose people can also detect the mistake.
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Will you make more? they are really good!
Thanks! yes I am working on them
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stop copy pasting from older summaries the chapters are even different
Sorry for that, I just realized my book is even a newer version (2017 instead of 2016). Will take care of it for the next chapters. Sorry again.
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really good summary thanks!
When is the answerkey coming out? Isn't it saying in the course manual, that it will be published within 24h?
Within 24 hours!! But it is a lot of work to click on upload for the course coordinator!
Does somebody by any chance is willing to upload a short summary with all important terms ? Thanks :)
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any list with all the definitions? I think a lot of definitions will be asked...
I have one, $5 each copy
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Aren't these questions irrelevant? I don't think most of them haven't been covered this year right?
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formula 2 and 3 on page 4 are incorrect. look at page 291 in the textbook for the correct ones. thanks a lot for your summaries, they are great :)
Ok thanks! :)
How is everyone studying for this course?
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Not ezaf
mnemonics help
any clue when we get the grades for the MRP?
most likely when they publish the results of the exam so 15 working days after the exam
Anyone who has the problem answers for chapter 7?
Does someone have the summaries for the chapters 7,8,11 for me? would be really helpfull
Anyone who did the case 'Lil' me Dolls? can you please share the answers
Anyone summaries for Supply Chain?
When does Nadine upload the grades???? The deadline has already passed!
The holidays(eg Kingsday) don't count so the deadline should be this Friday, if I calculated correctly.
My tutor told me that we have to look out for that 1= super no and 5= super like. Sometimes they switch the scales, so that a 5= I do not like this product. If they do this a higher mean = the product is not liked that much
Does anybody have more practise questions for Marketing research? Do we have to know the formular in the Marketing research part?
heeeello. sorry for the stupid question, but can someone explain the difference between central tendency and disperion?
Central tendency is about averages, it can be either mean, mode or median, depending on your data (nominal, ordinal or interval/ratio). Dispersion is the spread of your data, so either percentiles (ordinal) or standard deviation/variance (interval/ratio).
If you have questions, you can join as well the FB group Marketing & Supply Chain Management (Exam / General Questions)
Can someone give an example for a non-sampling error?
These errors can include, but are not limited to, data entry errors, biased questions in a questionnaire, biased processing/decision making, inappropriate analysis conclusions and false information provided by respondents. (<a href="" target="_blank"></a>
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wow, nice one! Thanks!
anyone has a summary of chapter 14 Armstrong marketing?
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