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# Amanufacturing company furnishes the following data for one of its manufacturing cells. maximum units produced in a quarter (3-month period): 250,000 units and time available in a quarter is 50,000 hours. but only 180,000 units were actually manufactured. calculate the theoretical cycle time (in minutes) and theoretical velocity in units per hour. a. 20 minutes per unit, 10 units per hour b. 12 minutes per unit, 5 units per hour c. 15 minutes per unit, 7 units per hour d. 24 minutes per unit, 12 units per hour.

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