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question 1
high reliability can be achieved in a product without having high reliability in the component parts. in fact, any reliability target, no matter how high, can be achieved with only mediocre parts, so long as enough of them are present." explain why this is the case. an example may help with your explanation (200 words).
reference
heizer, j., & render, b. (2013). operations management: sustainability and
supply chain management (11th ed.). upper saddle river, nj: prentice hall.
question 2
compare, in your own words, short-term scheduling at process-focused, repetitive, and product-focused facilities (200 words).
reference
heizer, j., & render, b. (2013). operations management: sustainability and
supply chain management (11th ed.). upper saddle river, nj: prentice hall.
question 3
what are the goals, advantages, and disadvantages of jit partnerships (200 words)?
reference
heizer, j., & render, b. (2013). operations management: sustainability and
supply chain management (11th ed.). upper saddle river, nj: prentice hall.
question 4
the emergency room at a hospital estimates the following requirements for registered nurses (rns) for the last night shift each week: sunday–3; monday–4; tuesday–2; wednesday–2; thursday–3; friday–6; saturday–4. nurses work four consecutive days, then have off three days. perform cyclical scheduling on the data. (note that you must identify three-day patterns of minimum requirements.) how many rns are required? how much extra capacity is required (200 words)?
reference
heizer, j., & render, b. (2013). operations management: sustainability and
supply chain management (11th ed.). upper saddle river, nj: prentice hall.

question 5
read the case study “mutual insurance company of iowa” on page 645 of the textbook. analyze the issues in the case using what you have learned in this course and additional research you do. in a paper of at least two pages in length, write a short introduction to the case and then respond to discussion questions 1, 3, and 4 at the end of the case. (you may want to draw a restructured cell layout to help you visualize the process you design, but you do not have to submit it.) support your responses in detail and include citations from your sources. an effective case study analysis is more than your opinions.
reference
heizer, j., & render, b. (2013). operations management: sustainability and
supply chain management (11th ed.). upper saddle river, nj: prentice hall.
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