Find a relationship chart and closeness ranks, Mathematics

1.A manufacturing facility consists of five departments, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. It produces four components having the manufacturing product routings and production volumes indicated in the table below.

(a) Generate a from-to chart.

(b) Find a relationship chart using the following rules: "A" for 85-66 trips between departments, "E" for 65-46, "I" for 45-26, "O" for 25-6, and "U" for 5-0.

(c) Find closeness ranks.

Component

Production Routing

Units per Week

1

1-2-3-4-5

20

2

2-3-5-1

25

3

4-5-3

10

4

5-4-3-2-1

30

 

 

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