Determine the total production requirement for the month, Financial Accounting

A Company policy calls for keeping safety-stock equal to 25% the forecasted demand for that month.  The company currently has a work force of 12 people.  It takes a worker 3 hours to produce a unit.  Assume 8 work hours per day and 20 work days per week.

                                      Demand Data

                                  Jan.    Feb.    March

Beg. Inventory             200

Forecast demand            500    300    600

a.Determine the total production requirement for the month of February.

b.Determine the beginning inventory for the month of March.

c.Determine the total number of units current work force of 12 workers can produce in a month.

d. Determine the total number of workers needed to produce 960 units in a month.

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