## Question

2. Assume that you only take one-dozen cookie orders. Use the template to draw the Gantt chart for the first three orders.

3. Suppose that you have enough demand. How many cookies can you sell in a night, assuming that you are open for exact four hours each night?

4. How much time do you spend on each order? How about your roommate? How about other resources, i.e., a tray, the mixer, and the oven?

5. Since mixers and baking trays are cheap. At least how many electric mixers and baking trays will you need?

6. If your roommate is sick, draw the Gantt chart for the first three orders. How many cookies can you sell in a night?

7. You are considering rent a second oven. With two ovens, draw the Gantt chart for the first three orders.

8. With two ovens, how many cookies can you sell in a night? Suppose that you have enough demand.

9. You charge $10 for each dozen. What is your budget to rent the second oven?

10. Assume that you have one oven and you only take two-dozen orders. Draw the Gantt chart for the first two orders. Suppose that you have enough demand. How many cookies can you sell in a night, assuming that you are open for exact four hours each night?

11. For one-dozen orders, you charge $10 for each dozen. Without considering the labor cost, only focusing on the number of cookies you can make per night, will you give discounts to two-dozen orders? If yes, how much?

12. If you consider the labor cost of $20/hour each person, will you give discounts to two-dozen orders? If yes, how much?

13. Assume that you have one oven and you only take three-dozen orders. Draw the Gantt chart for the first two orders. Suppose that you have enough demand. How many cookies can you sell in a night, assuming that you are open for exact four hours each night?

14. For one-dozen orders, you charge $10 for each dozen. Without considering the labor cost, only focusing on the number of cookies you can make per night, will you give discounts to three-dozen orders? If yes, how much?

15. If you consider the labor cost of $20/hour each person, will you give discounts to three-dozen orders? If yes, how much?

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