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What is the subtour elimination constraint used for in the travelling salesman problem?

                                       

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What is calculated in the savings matrix?

                                                           

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How can the goal of the classical bin packing problem be described?

                                       

                                       

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In contrast to the (R,S) rule, the (s,Q) rule considers

                                                           

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Which parameter of the classic inventory control rules can be determined directly via the economic order quantity?

                                                           

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A product with an average weekly demand of 20 units is replenished via the (s,Q) rule. Reorder level is set to s = 50 and order quantity to Q = 20. The current physical inventory is 20 units, the lead time is 3 weeks and in the coming two weeks there are two outstanding deliveries of each 20 units pending for arrival. The optimal order quantity today is


0, 20, 40 or 60 units?

                                                           

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A product has an initial physical inventory of 60 units in the morning. Afterwards additional 40 units are ordered. The lead time is 2 days. Per day an average demand of 40 units is estimated. In addition an outstanding delivery of 40 units is pending for arrival for the next day. Which inventory control rule is used for this product?

                                                                       

a) (R,Q)-rulewithR=2andQ=40 

b) (R,S)-rulewithR=1andS=140

c) (s,S)-rulewiths=80andS=140 

d) (s,Q)-rulewiths=80andQ=40

                                                           

                                                           

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A newsboy buys tomorrow’s newspaper for 50 cents and wants to sell the newspaper for 1,10 €. For any unsold newspapers he gets 10 Cents at the end of tomorrow due to recycling. For which cumulated probability of the demand distribution should the newsboy aim when buying the newspapers?

                                                                       

a) 100% b) 67% c) 60% d) 40%

                                                           

                                                           

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A retailer buys 100 breads which represent 75% of the cumulated demand distribution. The costs for buying one bread is 60 cents and for any unsold bread he gets 20 cents at the next day when giving the breads to a food shelter. Under the assumptions of the newsvendor model, how high should he set the retail selling price?                        

a)  80 cents                              

b)  120 cents                         

c)  180 cents                           

d)  220 cents

                            

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Beispielhafte Karteikarten für Logistik & Supply Chain Management an der TU München auf StudySmarter:

                                                                       

In the simulation of an inventory systems with stochastic (',()-normal distributed demand, beta service levels and average demand are measured. Which of the following statements is true for any case of the inventory system, when running the time horizon towards infinity?

                                                           

Beispielhafte Karteikarten für Logistik & Supply Chain Management an der TU München auf StudySmarter:

                                               

The assembly line at an automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM) is an example for which type of a supply chain?

                                       

Beispielhafte Karteikarten für Logistik & Supply Chain Management an der TU München auf StudySmarter:

     

Which module does not belong to the core processes of the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) Model?

                                                           

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Beispielhafte Karteikarten für Logistik & Supply Chain Management an der TU München auf StudySmarter:

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What is the subtour elimination constraint used for in the travelling salesman problem?

                                       

                                               

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    To ensure that only one tour is created.

                            
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Logistik & Supply Chain Management

                                                                       

What is calculated in the savings matrix?

                                                           

                                                                       

Savings in tour distance, when one node is deleted in comparison to one tour with all nodes

                                                           

Logistik & Supply Chain Management

                                               

How can the goal of the classical bin packing problem be described?

                                       

                                       

Minimization of the number of bins when packing all products

Logistik & Supply Chain Management

                                                                       

In contrast to the (R,S) rule, the (s,Q) rule considers

                                                           

  

                                                                       

a fixed time point when an order is triggered

                                                           

Logistik & Supply Chain Management

                                                                       

Which parameter of the classic inventory control rules can be determined directly via the economic order quantity?

                                                           

R

Logistik & Supply Chain Management

                                                                       

A product with an average weekly demand of 20 units is replenished via the (s,Q) rule. Reorder level is set to s = 50 and order quantity to Q = 20. The current physical inventory is 20 units, the lead time is 3 weeks and in the coming two weeks there are two outstanding deliveries of each 20 units pending for arrival. The optimal order quantity today is


0, 20, 40 or 60 units?

                                                           

0 units

  

Inventory position = physical inventory – backlog + pending deliveries

                                     

! Demand ≠ Backlog !


Inventory position = 20 – 0 + (2 ⋅ 20) = 60

                                                           

Logistik & Supply Chain Management

                                                                       

A product has an initial physical inventory of 60 units in the morning. Afterwards additional 40 units are ordered. The lead time is 2 days. Per day an average demand of 40 units is estimated. In addition an outstanding delivery of 40 units is pending for arrival for the next day. Which inventory control rule is used for this product?

                                                                       

a) (R,Q)-rulewithR=2andQ=40 

b) (R,S)-rulewithR=1andS=140

c) (s,S)-rulewiths=80andS=140 

d) (s,Q)-rulewiths=80andQ=40

                                                           

                                                           

 b) (R,S)-rulewithR=1andS=140                                                                      

Quantity = S – Inventory Position

       

Inventory Position
= 60 – 0 + 40 = 100
→ Quantity = 140 - 100 = 40

                                                           

                                                           

Logistik & Supply Chain Management

                                                                       

A newsboy buys tomorrow’s newspaper for 50 cents and wants to sell the newspaper for 1,10 €. For any unsold newspapers he gets 10 Cents at the end of tomorrow due to recycling. For which cumulated probability of the demand distribution should the newsboy aim when buying the newspapers?

                                                                       

a) 100% b) 67% c) 60% d) 40%

                                                           

                                                           

                                                                       

c) 60 %

F(y) = cu / (cu + co) = 0,6 / (0,6 + 0,4)

                                                           

Logistik & Supply Chain Management

                                                                       

A retailer buys 100 breads which represent 75% of the cumulated demand distribution. The costs for buying one bread is 60 cents and for any unsold bread he gets 20 cents at the next day when giving the breads to a food shelter. Under the assumptions of the newsvendor model, how high should he set the retail selling price?                        

a)  80 cents                              

b)  120 cents                         

c)  180 cents                           

d)  220 cents

                            

  1.                         

                                                           

                                                           

                                                                                        

c)  180 cents

0,75 = (x-0,60)/ [(x-0,60) + (0,60 - 0,20)]

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Logistik & Supply Chain Management

                                                                       

In the simulation of an inventory systems with stochastic (',()-normal distributed demand, beta service levels and average demand are measured. Which of the following statements is true for any case of the inventory system, when running the time horizon towards infinity?

                                                           

                                                                       

  1.                             
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    Service level approaches 0

                                
  3.                         

                                                           

Logistik & Supply Chain Management

                                               

The assembly line at an automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM) is an example for which type of a supply chain?

                                       

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Which module does not belong to the core processes of the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) Model?

                                                           

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