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Foundations of Astronomy | 11th Edition | ISBN: 9781439050354 | Authors: Michael A. Seeds, Dana Backman ISBN: 9781439050354 411

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How Do We Know? How can mathematical models allow scientists to study processes that are hidden from human eyes or happen too fast or too slowly for humans to experience?

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section 12 part 11 ds 412 Model : Deterministic – Fixed-order quantity – Economic order quantity with back orders allowed Assumptions: Demand for the product is constant and uniform throughout the period. Shortage is allowed - Ṡ All shortages will fulfill as soon as items are received. Replenishment level - M = Maximum inventory level Cycle time - T = Time between each orders Below is the inventory information for an item with back orders allowed . What is the ordering decision D = Annual demand = 10,000 per year S= Set up cost= $150.00 H = Annual holding cost = $2.00 per unit / year Ṡ= Shortage cost =$5.00 per unit Shortage = M – Q = 1035 – 1449 = - 410 units Decision: Order1,449 units every 53 days

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Textbook: Foundations of Astronomy
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Author: Michael A. Seeds, Dana Backman
ISBN: 9781439050354

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