10 Questions

Questions and Answers

- 1.
- A.
730

- B.
894

- C.
1,461

- D.
1,633

- 2.
- A.
EOQ: Higher, Annual Holding Cost: Lower

- B.
EOQ: Higher, Annual Holding Cost: Higher

- C.
EOQ: Lower, Annual Holding Cost: Higher

- D.
EOQ: Lower, Annual Holding Cost: Lower

- 3.
- A.
500 units

- B.
1,000 units

- C.
1,200 units

- D.
1,700 units

- 4.
- A.
530

- B.
671

- C.
949

- D.
1,342

- 5.A company determines its order for a component using EOQ. What would be the effects on the EOQ and the total annual ordering cost of an increase in the annual cost of holding one unit of the component in inventory?
- A.
EOQ: Lower, Total Annual Ordering Cost: Higher

- B.
EOQ: Higher, Total Annual Ordering Cost: Lower

- C.
EOQ: Lower, Total Annual Ordering Cost: No Effect

- D.
EOQ: Higher, Total Annual Ordering Cost: No Effect

- 6.
- A.
577

- B.
1,816

- C.
1,866

- D.
1,155

- 7.
- A.
800

- B.
843

- C.
1,886

- D.
2,667

- 8.
- A.
The company will minimise its total annual costs if it continues to purchase in the EOQ of 1,000 units per order.

- B.
The company will minimise its total annual costs if it continues to purchase in the EOQ of 2,000 units per order.

- C.
The company will minimise its total annual costs if it takes the larger order discount and purchases in quantities of 5,000 units per order.

- D.
The company will minimise its total annual costs if it takes the larger order discount and purchases in quantities of 10,000 units per order.

- 9.
- A.
400 units

- B.
2,800 units

- C.
3,200 units

- D.
7,100 units

- 10.
- A.
3,900 units

- B.
1,500 units

- C.
900 units

- D.
600 units