11. Use the following data for the next five questions (11 to 15)Cost data Regular time labor cost per hour $10 Overtime time labor cost per hour $15 Subcontracting cost per unit (labor only) $80 Back order cost per unit per period $20 Inventory holding cost per unit per period $10 Hiring cost per employee $500 Firing cost per employee $400 Capacity data Beginning workforce 40 employees Beginning inventory 0 units Beginning back orders (shortages) 0 units Production standard per unit (hours) 2 hours of labor per unit Regular time available per period (hours) 160 hours per period per employee Overtime available per period (hours) 30 hours per period per employee Number of days per period 20 days Number of working hours per day 8 hours Demand data Period 1 3,920 units Period 5 3,800 units Period 2 2,480 units Period 6 4,340 units Period 3 2,200 unites Period 7 4,820 units Period 4 3,280 units Period 8 4,600 units Suppose you are designing a level aggregate plan using inventory and back orders (shortages). You are not using any overtime or subcontracting. What will be the production rate per period in the level aggregate production plan?a.3680 b.3920c.4600 ——————————————————————————–12. Suppose you are designing a level aggregate plan using inventory and back orders (shortages). You are not using any overtime or subcontracting. How many workers per period (same for every period) are needed for the level aggregate plan? a.40 b.46 c.23 d.12 ——————————————————————————–13. Suppose you are using a chase strategy without inventory and back orders (shortages). In chase strategy you have to meet the demand in every period using regular time production, overtime production and subcontracting. There are 40 workers in each period. When demand is less than the regular time production capacity, you produce only the number of units that are demanded and some of the workers may remain idle. You do not hire and fire workers. What is the total overtime cost in his plan? a.3080 b.46,200 c.92,400 d.None of the above ——————————————————————————–14. Suppose you are using a chase strategy without inventory and back orders (shortages). In chase strategy you have to meet the demand in every period using regular time production, overtime production and subcontracting. There are 40 workers in each period. When demand is less than the regular time production capacity, you produce only the number of units that are demanded and some of the workers may remain idle. You do not hire and fire workers. How many total units are being obtained through subcontracting? a.3080 b.2480 c.25,600 d.1,720 ——————————————————————————–15. Suppose you are using a chase strategy without inventory and back orders (shortages). In chase strategy you have to meet the demand in every period using regular time production, overtime production and subcontracting. There are 40 workers in each period. When demand is less than the regular time production capacity, you produce only the number of units that are demanded and some of the workers may remain idle. You do not hire and fire workers. How much is the total unused capacity (number of units)? a.3080 b.2480 c.25,600 d.1,720

SOLUTION 11)PERIOD UNITS12345678 TOTAL OF ALL PERIOD UNITSNO. OF PERIODPRODUCTION RATE PER PERIOD = 39202480220032803800434048204600294408TOTAL OF ALL PERIOD UNITS/NO. OF…