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Antique manufacturers old-fashioned, rotary telephones for use in movie scenes (and other displays). worldwide demand is 44,000 phones per year. the rotary dial on each phone costs $0.75. set up costs are $8. the carrying costs are 12%.
a. what is the economic order quantity (eoq)?
b. what are the annual order costs?
c. what are the annual carrying costs?
d. if antique operates 250 eight-hour days per year and the lead time is eight days, what is the rop.

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