Paul and Maureen, two graduates at University, produce
computer systems at night. They put together generic personal computers, which have various
special features for students, and local businesses. They have recently received their biggest
order to date from the EM department for 36 customized personal computers. Paul and
Maureen assembled the first unit as a trial and found that it took them 18 hours of direct labor.
To determine if they can fill the order in the time allotted, they want to apply the learning curve
effect to determine how much time the 9th, 18th, and 36th units will require to assemble. Based
on past experience, they believe their learning curve is 80%
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