# Please help with the missing numbers above Also Total hiring cost $_?(enter response as whole... ###### Question: Please help with the missing numbers above Also Total hiring cost$ _?(enter response as whole number)

Total layoff cost $_?(enter response as whole number) Total inventory carrying cost$ _?(enter response as whole number)

Total stockout cost $_?(enter response as whole number) Total cost, excluding normal time labor costs, for Plan B$ _?(enter response as whole number)

The S&OP team at Kansas Furniture, has received estimates of demand requirements as shown in the table. Assuming one-time stockout costs for lost sales of $100 per unit, inventory carrying costs of$20 per unit per month, and zero beginning and ending inventory, evaluate these two plans on an incremental cost basis: Plan A: Produce at a steady rate (equal to minimum requirements) of 1,100 units per month and subcontract additional units at a $60 per unit premium cost. Subcontracting capacity is limited to 800 units per month. (Enter all responses as whole numbers). Demand 1300 Ending Inventory 0 Subcontract (Units) 200 Month 1 July 2 August 3 September 4 October Production 1,100 1,100 1,100 1150 0 50 1100 0 0 1600 0 500 5 November 1900 1,100 1,100 1,100 0 800 6 December 1900 0 800 The total cost, excluding normal time labor costs, for Plan A =$ 141000. (Enter your response as a whole number.)
Plan B: Vary the workforce to produce the prior month's demand. The firm produced 1,300 units in June. The cost of hiring additional workers is $30 per unit produced. The cost of layoffs is$65 per unit cut back. (Enter all responses as whole numbers.) Note: Both hiring and layoff costs are incurred in the month of the change (i.e., going from production of 1,300 in July to 1300 in August requires a layoff (and related costs) of 0 units in August). Hire (Units) Layoff (Units) Demand 1300 Ending Inventory Stockouts (Units) Production Month 1 July 2 August 3 September 4 October 1150 1100 NONOOD 1600 5 November 1900 6 December 1900

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