# Quantitative Methods Coursework

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1. Production and Transportation cost = (80000 units)(97 pence/unit)
= 7,760,000 pence
2. The rest of the capacity of factory ‘1’ (90,000 – 80,000 = 10,000) can be used for producing and transporting to manufacturer ‘B’
Production and Transportation cost = (10000 units)(98 pence/unit)
= 980,000 pence
Hence the total cost of production and transportation for factory ‘1’ is 7,760,000 + 980,000 = 8,740,000 pence = 87,400/-
3. The rest of the demand of manufacturer ‘B’ (72,000 – 10,000 = 62,000) should be produced by factory ‘3’ having lesser costs than factory ‘2’.
Production and Transportation cost = (62000)(109)
= 6,758,000 pence
4. The rest of the capacity of factory ‘3’ (80,000 – 62,000 = 18,000) can be used to produce and transport for manufacturer ‘A’.
Production and Transportation cost = (18000)(107)
= 1,926,000 pence
Hence the total cost of production and transportation for factory ‘3’ is 6,758,000 + 1,926,000 = 8,684,000 pence = 86,840/-
5. The rest of the demand of manufacturer ‘A’ (51,000 – 18,000 = 33,000) is produced by factory ‘2’
Production and Transportation cost = (33000)(113)
= 3,729,000 pence
Hence the total cost of production and transportation for manufacturer ‘A’ order is 1,926,000 + 3,729,000 = 5,655,000 pence = 56,550/-
6. The total demand of manufacturer ‘D’ can be supplied by factory ‘2’
Production and Transportation cost = (58000)(114)
= 6,612,000 pence
Hence the total cost of production and transportation for manufacturer ‘D’ order is 6,612,000 pence = 66,120/-
Conclusion
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