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# QUESTION :) Using Ranked Positional Weight (RPW) METHOD solves the problem given below: TASK A B C D E F G H I PRECEDED BY A A B C, D E E, F G, H TIME

(in minutes) 0.8 1.3 3.4 1.5 1.8 1.5 1.0 2.1 1.1

## B1.3 A0.8 C1.3 3.4 MI NS

E1.8

G1.0 I1.1

F-1.5

H2.1

D1.5

RPW: When you have a choice, select the feasible task with the highest POTENTIAL WEIGHT (PW). Where PW is equal to the sum of the time of the task and the times of the tasks following it. Potential weight (PW): PW for task A= Time of tasks (A+B+C+E+F+G+H+I) = (0.8 +1.3+3.4+1.8+1.0+1.5+2.1+1.1) minutes = 13 minutes

## WS-3 F-1.5 G-1.0 H-2.1

WS-4 I-1.1

4.2 minutes

4.6 minutes

4.6 minutes

1.1 minutes

Maximum Work station time = 4.6 minutes Efficiency (E) = Total task time/ (actual no of stations*maximum work station time)

= 14.5 minutes / (4 * 4.6 minutes) = 0.788 = 78.8% = 79% This means that out of 100%, 79% of my workers will be efficient.

PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (MGT 314) ASSIGNMENT # 05 GROUP NAME: FORECASTERS SECTION: 10

SUBMITTED TO: Mr. Sayedul Karim Lecturer School of Business North South University

SUBMITTED BY: Monisha Qamrul Chowdhury Syeda Mushfequn Nahar Zafrin Jahan Mohammed Sayedul Bashar Md. Imran Faruque Rashed Zahin Tarannum Zamnan

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