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Data Intenpretation Based on Caselets Problem Set

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Kev Skills Involved I Firstly, identify the variables in the data, the number of instances of the variables provided and the respective inter relationships amongst the variables II. Once the above information is figured out, it can be put into a tabular format to solve the given case. III. Now fill the table with direct data given. Now, with the basic framework, identify the solution to the question being asked. Only focus to solve only to get the answer ofthe question asked NOTE: Transfer any information derived in the process of solving one question onto the table so that it is available for all subsequent questions.

Caselet I: Directions: Fabric X has to go through three stages of manufacturing, viz., spinning, weaving and dyeing. In Baymond's Fabric Company, there are six spinning machines, ten weaving machines and five dyeing machines. Each machine works for 10 hrs a day One unit of Fabric X needs 40 minutes on a spinning machine, 2 hours on a weaving machine and 30 minutes on a dyeing machine in order to be completed of Fabrie X neods ninnodr t be completed. Similarly one unit of Fabric Y needs 60 minutes on a spinning machine, 30 minutes ona weaving machine and 60 minutes on a dyeing machine in order to be completed

Solution One unit of Fabric X needs 40 minutes on a spinning machine, 2 hours on a weaving machine and 30 minutes on a dyeing machine in order to be completed. One unit of Fabric Y needs 60 minutes on a spinning machine, 30 minutes on a weaving machine and 60 minutes on a dyeing machine in order to be completed. SPINNING WEAVING DYEING Capacity available [in hours] Processing time for X (per unit) Processing time for Y (per unit) 60 100 50 0.66 0.5 0.5

Answer the following: Q1. In a day, how many units of fabric Y can be completed at most? (a)20 (b)30 (c)40 (d)50 Capacity available [in hours] Processingtime for X (per unit) Processing time for Y (per unit) SPINNING 60 0.66 WEAVING 100 2 0.5 DYEING 50 0.5 Workspace:

Answer the following: Q1. In a day, how many units of fabric Y can be completed at most? (a)20 (b)30 (c)40 (d)50 Capacity available [in hours] Processing time for X (per unit) Processing time for Y (per unit) SPINNING 60 0.66 WEAVING 100 2 0.5 DYEING 50 0.5 Workspace: With respect to fabric Y, On spinning machine, 60 units can be made. On weaving machine, 200 units, On dyeing machine, 50 units. Hence only 50 units can be completed. Option (d)

Answer the following: Q2. If 20 units of fabric Y are made in a day, how many units of fabric X can be completed the same day? (a)0 (b)20 (c)40 (d)45 Capacity available [in hours] Processingtime for X (per unit) Processing time for Y (per unit) SPINNING 60 0.66 WEAVING 100 2 0.5 DYEING 50 0.5 Workspace:

Answer the following: Q2. If 20 units of fabric Y are made in a day, how many units of fabric X can be completed the same day? (a)0 (b)20 (c)40 (d)45 Capacity available [in hours] Processingtime for X (per unit) Processing time for Y (per unit) SPINNING 60 0.66 WEAVING 100 2 0.5 DYEING 50 0.5 Workspace: 20 units of fabric Y will consume, 20 hours on spinning machine, 10 hours on weaving machine and 20 hours on dyeing machine. Time remained: 40 hrs, 90 hrs and 30 hrs respectively. In which, 60 units of X can be spun, 45 units can be woven and 60 units can be dyed. Therefore, 45 units of X can be completed. Option (d)

Answer the following: Q3. If only 30 units of fabric Y are made in a day, how many machine hours will be idle that day? (a)120 (b)130 (c)135 (d)150 Capacity available [in hours] Processingtime for X (per unit) Processing time for Y (per unit) SPINNING 60 0.66 WEAVING 100 2 0.5 DYEING 50 0.5 Workspace: