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# Economic Order Quantity Problems and Solutions

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## Problem # 1:

Calculate Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) from the following:

Annual consumption           6,000 units

Cost of ordering                 Rs. 60

Carrying costs                    Rs. 2

### Solution: EOQ =600 Units

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## Problem # 2:

From the following particulars, calculate the Economic Order Quantity (EOQ):

Annual requirements          1,600 units                          Cost of materials per units                      Rs. 40

Cost of placing and receiving one order:      Rs. 50       Annual carrying cost for inventory value       10%

### Solution: EOQ = 200 Units

## Problem # 3:

Calculate EOQ from the following?

Consumption during the year = 600 units              Ordering cost Rs. 12 per order

Carrying cost 20%                                                  Selling Price per unit Rs. 20

### Solution: Economic Order Quantity = 379 Units

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## Problem # 4:

A manufacturer buys certain equipment form suppliers at Rs. 30 per unit. Total annual needs are 800 units. The following further data are available:

Annual return on investments 10%                    Rent, insurance, storing per unit per year Rs. 2

Cost of placing an order Rs. 100

Required: EOQ

### Solution: EOQ = 200 Units

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## Problem # 5:

From the figures given below, calculate Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) and Total cost at EOQ?

Total consumption of material per year         10,000 kgs                Buying cost per order Rs. 50

Unit cost of material                                        Rs. 2 per kg            Carrying and storage cost 8%

### Solution: EOQ = 2,500 Units

Total Inventory Cost = [Fixed ordering cost (F) * Number of Order per year N] + [Carrying Cost (C)* EOQ/2]

Total Inventory Cost = [50 * 10,000/2,500] + [(2*0.08)* 2,500/2]

Total Inventory Cost = 200 + 200

Total Inventory Cost = Rs.  400

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Economic Order Quantity MCQs

1. DVD Store sells rice per cavan in some small stores. The current price schedule given to small stores is as follows:
5-15 cavans, ₱1,200 per cavan
16-30 cavans, ₱1,100 per cavan
More than 30 cavans, ₱1,000 per cavan
Average annual demand is 1000 cavans of rice. Carrying cost is ₱650 per cavan per year. Order cost is ₱350. Determine the optimal order quantity.

2. Why

3. the xyz import company imports olives as well as other items used by specialty restaurants. the company has determined that the ordering cost of an order of extra fenly olives is \$ 90 and the carrying charges are 40% of the average value of the inventory. xyz buys approximately \$ 1350000 of the olives annually. currently the company is importing the olives on an optimal eoq basis but has been given the option of purchasing the olives for 50% discount if purchases are made exactly six times a year. Should the company keep this arrangement?

4. The Florida company has obtained the following costs and other data pertaining to one of its materials:
Workign days per year 250
Normal use per day 500 units
Max. use per day 600 units
Min. use per day 100 units
variable cost of placing one order \$ 36
variable carrying cost per unit per year \$ 1

Required:

Economic Order Quantity

5. Hi,
I have calculated the EOQ . Now i want to order the items on 2 week basis.
How can I redefine the formula.

6. What do we mean when we talk about Normal usage in units per year? is it the same as consumption?

• Can you work out for me this problem?

Normal delivery time: 2.5 weeks
Maximum delivery time: 3.5 weeks
Normal usage: 52 000 units per year
Purchase price per unit: N\$8.50
Cost of placing an order: N\$18.00
Interest rate: 2% per year
Storing cost per unit: N\$2.50

Requirement
2.2.1 Calculate the Economic Order Quantity (EOQ). 
2.2.2 Calculate the re-order point if the organisation does not keep safety (minimum level) inventory. 
2.2.3 Calculate the re-order point if the organisation has a policy to keep safety inventory. 
2.2.4 Calculate the safety inventory that should be kept by the organisation. 
2.2.5 Using your answers to the calculations above where relevant, calculate the company’s total inventory costs (holding plus ordering) for the year. 

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• A manufacturer requires 4,000kg. of a raw material
annually. The ordering cost is Rs. 5 per order. The
carrying cost is estimated to be 8% of average inventory
per year. The purchase price of the raw material is Rs. 2
per kg. Calculate the Economic lot size and the total cost.

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I also didn’t understand Q3 Holding cost?

• I suppose question 3 EOQ should have been 60 units

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• A manufacturer requires 4,000kg. of a raw material
annually. The ordering cost is Rs. 5 per order. The
carrying cost is estimated to be 8% of average inventory
per year. The purchase price of the raw material is Rs. 2
per kg. Calculate the Economic lot size and the total cost.
The manufacturer is offered a 5% discount in purchase.

13. 14. I didn’t understand problem 3 where UC =1 and CC=10%????

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