How many orders can you fill in a night, assuming you are open four hours each night? Since we have bottleneck of tray which takes 10 minutes per dozen and capacity of three dozen for mixer, for our calculations we will calculate for 3 dozen cookies and then will calculate for 1 dozen. Task at Hand | No. of Minutes to make one dozen cookies | No. of Minutes to make 3 dozen cookies | Adding the ingredients and mixing | 6 minutes | 6 minutes | Spooning the cookies on tray | 2 minutes | 6 minutes | Baking | 10 minutes | 30 minutes | Removing the cookies and letting them cool | 5 minutes | 5 minutes | Packing the cookies | 2 minutes | 6 minutes | Payment Acceptance | 1 minute | 1 minute | Total | 26 minutes/ dozen | 54 minutes for 3 dozen | Calculations | Time to cook 3 dozen cookies | 54 minutes | Time to cook 1 dozen cookies | 54/3 => 18 minutes | Total minutes in 4 hours | 60 * 4 => 240 minutes | No.
Marco’s calcium intake is about 51.2% more than the recommendations, but it is still lower than the upper limit of 2,500 mg per day that DRI gives. However, sodium consumption of 3,095 mg is 34.6% more than the upper limit of 2,300 mg per day which may raise a health issue. Table–1 The amount of five nutrients Marco consumes each day Fiber(g) Iron(mg) Calcium(mg) Sodium(mg) Vitamin A(µg) Breakfast 2 plain pancakes (from a mix) 0.8 0.8 72.0 360.0 0.0 3 tsp (45 ml) maple syrup 0.0 0.6 66.0 6.0 0.0 ½ grapefruit 2.0 0.1 27.0 0.0 71.0 1 cup (250 ml) 2% milk 0.0 0.1 302.0 106.0 142.0 Lunch 1 cheese sandwich -2 slices whole wheat bread 4.8 1.2 25.0 284.0 0.0 -2 oz. (60g) cheddar cheese 0.0 0.4
Should you give any discount for people who order two dozen cookies, three dozen, or more ? If so, how much ? Will it take any longer to fill a two dozen cookie order than a one-dozen cookie order ? What we must first must recognize is that our only resource that might change with the order size is labor costs, because the costs of our ingredients are the same no matter how many dozen we bake. One dozen : Two dozen : Three dozen If we assume that our labor cost is the minimum wage of $7.25 per hour : As you can see 2 dozen orders does not cost twice as much as the one-dozen order, so we could be able to afford giving a discount for 2 dozen order or 3 dozen order.
My valuable time: * Wash Out / Mix ingredients: 6 minutes + * Spoon: 2 minutes = 8 minutes My roommate valuable time: * Put in the oven, thermostat: 1 min + * Packing: 2 minutes + * Payment: 1 minutes = 4 minutes 3. Because your baking trays can hold exactly one dozen cookies, you will produce and sell cookies by the dozen. Should you give any discount for people who order two dozens cookies, three dozens cookies, or more? If so, how much? Will it take you any longer to fill a two-dozen cookie order than a one-dozen cookie order?
All of the above. Question 7 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) The label on orange juice states the serving size is 1 cup. If 2 cups are taken in, which of the following is true? The calories double Nutrient percentages double The suggested minimum number of servings from the food pyramid is met All of the above Question 8 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) How many servings of the vegetable group should you have each day? 3-4 cups 2-3 ounces 2 1/2 - 3 cups 3-4 ounces Question 9 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) Which one of these breakfast choices is not a healthy choice as you run out the door?
3. It will take the first person 8 minutes of her valuable time to wash and mix for 6 minutes and to spoon a dozen cookies on the tray for 2 minutes per tray. It will take 4 minutes of the roommate's valuable time: to put the cookies in the oven takes 1 minute, to remove them from the oven, to pack each dozen takes 2 minutes, and to accept the payment takes 1 minute. 4. Kristen's Cookie Company should give a discount for people who order two dozen cookies or more, because the labor costs decrease per order, since the more orders they can do per shift, the smaller their labor cost per order becomes, so long as the labor cost is paid per hour.
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If we have 2 trays, then we just need 10 more minutes to deal with a rush order, total 36minutes. See the following Chart: Note: All the answer assumes that each order just need 1 dozen cookies. Question 2: How many orders can you fill in a night, assuming you are open four hours each night? We can see that Chart above, if there are orders without interruption for four 4 hours, the first dozen cookies need at least 26 minutes. From the second dozen cookies, we just need to divide the remaining