Which one of the following describes four transfers of workpieces that could all occur together at the beginning of a...

Emma on March 24, 2020

Why do we have to have J working on a workpiece?

In the game setup explanation it is said that we know J has to work on any given day, but I dont see how this deduction is made. Could you explain please?

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Skylar on March 24, 2020

@waterskieb33, happy to help!

The game tells us that "The employees of the Summit Company - J, K, L, and M - work a four-day workweek from Monday through Thursday." Therefore, we know that each employee works each day, including J.

This is further supported by the fact that we have four workpieces that each need to be worked on for four days, and "an employee works on exactly one workpiece" on any given day. This means we need all four employees to work all four days, including J.

Does that make sense? Please let us know if you have any other questions and best of luck with your studies!

Emma on March 26, 2020

Yes, thanks a lot!

Jacob on October 7, 2021

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Jacob on December 8, 2021

How has no one responded to my comment. I better get a response very soon or I am telling Sargent Tyrone Mr. steal your bitch the seventh.

Ravi on February 11 at 12:34PM

Skylar's explanation is on the money. Since each worker is working on one workpiece per day, and each workpiece is being worked on each day, then J has to go every day, as do all of the others.

Jacob on May 19 at 03:08AM

good point ravi