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The total time a product is in production including process time

The total time a product is in production, including process time, inspection time, wait time, and move time, is called: 
A. efficiency time.
B. manufacturing cycle time.
C. customer response time.
D. value-added time.

 

82. The number of good units that can be made in a given period of time is called: 
A. throughput.
B. kaizen.
C. manufacturing cycle efficiency.
D. customer response time.

 

83. In general, as the manufacturing cycle time decreases, throughput will: 
A. decrease.
B. increase.
C. stay the same.
D. be eliminated.

 

84. Manufacturing cycle efficiency (MCE) is calculated as follows: 
A. Manufacturing-cycle time ¸ Value-added time
B. Value-added time ¸ Manufacturing-cycle time
C. Value-added time ¸ Non-value added time
D. Manufacturing-cycle time ¸ Non-value added time

 

85. Fleming Inc. manufactures and sells wooden bookshelves. Which of the following steps in the manufacturing cycle would be considered non-value added time? 
A. Time spent cutting the wood for the bookshelves.
B. Time spent assembling the bookshelves.
C. Time spent moving the bookshelves from the assembly department to the staining department.
D. Time spent staining the bookshelves.

 

86. Graham Pottery Inc.
Graham Pottery Inc. produces an item that gives rise to the following activities:
 

Activity

Hours

Processing (two departments)

30

Inspecting

  3

Rework

  2

Moving (three moves)

  9

Waiting (for the second process)

  9

Storage (before delivery to the customer)

  8

 

 



Refer to the Graham Pottery Inc. information above. The total manufacturing cycle time is: 
A. 61 hours.
B. 30 hours.
C. 65 hours.
D. 44 hours.

 

87. Graham Pottery Inc.
Graham Pottery Inc. produces an item that gives rise to the following activities:
 

Activity

Hours

Processing (two departments)

30

Inspecting

  3

Rework

  2

Moving (three moves)

  9

Waiting (for the second process)

  9

Storage (before delivery to the customer)

  8

 

 



Refer to the Graham Pottery Inc. information above. The manufacturing cycle efficiency is: 
A. 44.7%.
B. 49.2%.
C. 68.4%.
D. 36.8%.

 

88. Picture Puzzle Company
The Picture Puzzle Company has the following estimates for producing a single batch of 500 custom-made puzzles:
 

Wait time

10 days

Inspection time

  1 hour

Processing time

  3 days

Move time

1 day

 

 



Refer to the Picture Puzzle Company information above. The total value-added time is: 
A. 14 days and 1 hour.
B. 13 days.
C. 3 days.
D. 4 days.

 

89. Picture Puzzle Company
The Picture Puzzle Company has the following estimates for producing a single batch of 500 custom-made puzzles:
 

Wait time

10 days

Inspection time

  1 hour

Processing time

  3 days

Move time

1 day

 

 



Refer to the Picture Puzzle Company information above. The total non-value-added time is: 
A. 11 days and 1 hour.
B. 11 days.
C. 1 day.
D. 10 days.

 

90. Grandma's Jellies Inc.
Grandma's Jellies Inc. produces and distributes a variety of jellies. Two hundred jars of jelly are produced in a single batch. The following activities are performed per batch:
 

Activity

Hours

Processing (two departments)

  6

Inspecting

  1

Moving (three moves)

  3

Waiting (for the second process)

  4

Storage (before delivery to the customer)

10

 

 



Refer to the Grandma's Jellies Inc. information above. The manufacturing cycle time per batch is: 
A. 7 hours.
B. 14 hours.
C. 10 hours.
D. 24 hours.

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