in this in this short video i'm going to,provide sort of an introduction to,three very common inventory models,in introductory operations management,courses the eoq,or economic order quantity the poq,or production order quantity and the,real difference there,is that the production order quantity,means that you are,are are increasing inventory,with a at a certain rate with a,production rate and and simultaneously,decreasing,uh as you're as you're meeting demand,whereas the eoq,just orders it you get it vertical line,and then you use it up and then you,order it,and and you use it up again so those are,the two differences and the third one,is a very short introduction to the,quantity discount model and how you,think about that,in the context of if you get a deal how,does that,change your order strategy and how to do,it,separately i will have videos that show,examples of the types of questions that,we can,ask relative to the eoq,poq quantity discount and,other and other types of models,but this just gives you sort of a a,brief,uh introduction so uh let's start then,with the eoq model or the economic order,quantity and and and we're going to,start with some notation,q is the number of p is that is the,quantity you,order so and q star is the optimal,number of pieces per order or the,economic order quantity so we use,q uh generically and q star as the,economic,order quantity or the or the optimal,amount,the other parameters that we need to,know,in order to calculate this model are the,annual demand in units,for whichever inventory item we're,considering,the setup cost or ordering cost how much,it costs you to,to to order uh,to place an order there are some,administrative there might be other,things,how much it costs you to place an order,and h,are the holding costs or the cost of,carrying that inventory so you'll have,money tied up and holding inventory you,might have storage costs and those sorts,of things,so you have to think about um,you you have to think about how much it,costs you to actually hold inventory,inventory is not cost less inventory,costs you money,so what the eoq model does is,essentially equate,setup costs to holding costs you know as,you,order larger quantities your setup costs,come per unit come down because you're,spreading those setup costs,across a larger order but as you order,more quantities,your holding costs go up and where your,the economic order quantity is the point,at which those two are equal,so if you look at annual setup costs,annual setup costs are the number of,orders you place per year,times the setup cost per order and,if you then look the number of orders,you place per year,is equal to your total demand,divided by the quantity you order every,time,so the number of orders you order,is your total demand divided by the,quantity you order every time,times the setup cost so that's the,annual,setup cost for the inventory for this,particular item,under consideration if you then look,at holding costs holding costs,are the

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Inventory Management - EOQ With Quantity Discounts - Part 2

Inventory Management - EOQ With Quantity Discounts - Part 2

okay so let's see what's that procedure,let's discuss every step and I'm going,to use the previous example about the,price structure that's offered by the,supplier to explain for you,every step in the procedure and this,procedure would be the same that you're,going to use whenever you face any,problem where you don't you know that,you have priced discount all right so in,this case we start by finding the eoq,you corresponding to the lowest price,which is the thirteen dollars here okay,and finding that your queue is exactly,as you don't before yo Q is holding cost,so it's quantity over two plus the,ordering cost find that and we do that,corresponding to the lowest price which,is thirteen why I'm saying that do we,have more than one in your queue yes,because remember the eoq Q is 2d as,upper each which is the canon cost per,unit per year and H is what when the,holding cost is given as a percentage,remember what we did we multiply that by,the cost so which means that if a,company incurs a general investment,costs of fifteen percent or 20 percent,then it depends how much it's paying for,the item and this will change the age,small H which is the carrying costs so,yes we will have different use that's,why I'm adding now to our yo Q is,subscript so I'm calling it yo Q P which,is your Q 13 in our case because 13 is,price now if we find the Co Q to be,greater than Q 2 I am this is Q 2 by the,way we call these the brain,points so in this price structure I have,two break points the first one q1 is 500,why because this is the limit between,the two ranges okay if I folder below,500 I would pay $15 500 and above I will,be paying $14 then I have another break,point which is q2 which is 1000 again,the same so yo Q is greater than Q 2,that's it we followed the optimal,quantity and we order that we don't have,to to continue we found our solution,however if it was not let's say we did,the calculation we found Yoko to be 930,this does not make us eligible for the,price discounted supply is providing us,right because he's telling us that only,if you order more than thousand you'd be,paying $13 K so if you found to be 930,this is not a we call we said that this,is not a feasible quantity and we move,on to step number three step number,three will be to find yo Q corresponding,to this $14 okay she to in our case so,and again we check its feasibility it,will be feasible if we found this,quantity to be indeed been in in this,range of 500 to 999 okay and if it is,feasible then we continue to step five,but also we may find that this is not,feasible meaning that it's not in this,range okay which is set by our supplier,so in this case we will move on to step,number seven that we will come to later,but let's see now step five what do we,do so we go to step five if we found e,oq corresponding to this $14 to be,feasible so what do we do next,shall we consider it as our optimal,quantity,not so fast what we have to do is we,need to compare the total relevant cost,of yo QC to that

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How to set quantity discounts on your ASINs | English

How to set quantity discounts on your ASINs | English

welcome to the video,on how to set quantity discounts on your,asens,on the manage inventory page you can now,set,quantity discounts on your skus and pay,lesser fees,for selling in bulk to our business,customers,in this video we will tell you how and,what you need to do,in order to benefit from this feature,the discounted referral fee benefit,in simple terms means for every four,percent quantity discount,you give to business customers you will,get a reduction of one percent on,referral fees,which is forest to one discount ratio,in most categories here is an example,that shows comparison between the,referral fees that you were paying,earlier,and how much you can save now for a,product price of thousand rupees,if you give a discount of 8 percent on,10 units,you would charge referral fees of 16,that is,1472 rupees on the order value,of 9200 rupees that is,1000 minus 800 rupees earlier,but now with a discounted referral fee,you get two percent referral fee benefit,that is one fourth of the eight percent,discount and are therefore charged,only fourteen percent or one thousand,two hundred and eighty eight rupees,as referral fee on the same transaction,as a result you are now saving 184,rupees on this transaction,due to the referral fee benefit feature,this way,you can save so much more on products in,your inventory,where you have set quantity discounts,check out the selling on amazon business,fee schedule help,page on seller central to learn more,about the upper limits,for discounts that you can get based on,the category,that you are selling in now let's see,how to add,quantity discounts on your asins on,seller central,go to the inventory tab and click on,manage inventory,on your seller central account now you,will be able to see a new,field called business price next to the,price field,choose the product you want to sell in,bulk and click on add,quantity discounts here you can choose,if you want to provide percentage off,or fixed price and have multiple,thresholds,based on the quantity for example under,percentage off,if the price of your product is thousand,rupees,you can set a discount of five percent,for two items,ten percent for five items fifteen,percent for 10 items,and so on similarly under fixed prices,you can set up to two items for 950,rupees,5 items for 900 rupees and 10 items for,850 rupees etc,so here are a few tips on setting the,right prices for b2b customers,number one do not set business price or,quantity discount price,higher than the normal price any price,higher than the normal price,will not be shown to business customers,number two,do not set quantity discounts at a very,high slab,start with your first lab at less than,five units,then at five units and remaining slabs,greater than 5 units,that wraps up our video on how to set,quantity discounts on your essence,on the manage inventory page thank you,and happy selling

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MTH601Short Lecture No.11-12||Order Quantity with Price Break Dynamic Order Quantity ABC- Analysis||

MTH601Short Lecture No.11-12||Order Quantity with Price Break Dynamic Order Quantity ABC- Analysis||

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Market equilibrium | Supply, demand, and market equilibrium | Microeconomics | Khan Academy

Market equilibrium | Supply, demand, and market equilibrium | Microeconomics | Khan Academy

Le te themi qe jemi ne tregun e mollave.,Cfare dua te bej ne kete video eshte,te mendojme rreth kerkeses dhe ofertes per molle, me cmime te ndryshme.,Te vizatojme nje graf.,Tani me vec e dime,kjo ne te djathte, aksi vertikal, eshte cmimi.,Cmimin do ta marrim per kile.,Ne aksin horizontal paraqitet sasia,pra, sasia e molleve.,Ketu te vendosim disa shenja,Le te themi $1 per kile,,$2 per kile,,$3 per kile,,$4 per kile,,dhe $5.,Le te themi se kjo eshte mijera kile te prodhuara.,Gjithashtu kemi vendosur edhe nje periudhe,,le te themi nje jave.,Pra kjo eshte nje mije kg,2 mije,,3 mije,,4 mije,,dhe 5 mije.,Tani te mendojme per lakoren e ofertes dhe kerkeses per kete treg,ose per lakoren e ofertes dhe kerkeses potenciale.,Fillimisht do te bej kerkesen.,Nese cmimi per molle eshte shume i larte,ju inkurajoj qe gjithmone ta mendoni,qe kur jeni duke paraqitur lakoren e ofertes apo kerkeses,,nese cmimi eshte shume i larte,,cfare do t'i ndodhe konsumatorit?,Ata nuk do te kerkojne shume,dhe sasia e kerkuar do te jete e ulet,pra nese cmimi eshte i larte,ndoshta sasia e kerkuar eshte 500 molle.

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Finding Equilibrium using Linear Demand and Supply Equations

Finding Equilibrium using Linear Demand and Supply Equations

in this video we're going to combine the,knowledge that we have gained about,linear demand and supply equations in,previous lessons to figure out how to,determine the equilibrium price and,quantity in the market using the,equations for demand and supply we're,going to continue with the same example,we used in our last video on linear,supply equations we're looking at the,market for beef here in a previous video,we derived the supply equation for beef,which we can see here the quantity,supplied of beef equals negative 40 plus,30 times the price I've come up with the,demand equation for beef that we can,combine with the supply equation in,order to determine equilibrium the,demand for beef can be represented by,the equation 180 minus 25 times the,price let's start by plotting our demand,and supply curves on the graph to do,this we must first determine the,p-intercept of demand and the,p-intercept of supply the p-intercept of,demand is found easily by setting,quantity to 0 and calculating the price,at which quantity demanded equals 0 the,price intercept of the demand curve is,7.2 which I'm going to go ahead and plot,on my table over here the Q intercept,for demand is easily found because it is,in fact the a variable in the demand,equation I know that my demand curve,intercepts the quantity axis at 180 so I,can put another point on my graph at a,price of 0 and a quantity of 180 these,two points allow me to draw up my demand,curve next let's draw the supply curve,now we did this in a previous video but,we'll go ahead and do it again now to,find the supply curve we must first find,the P intercept which I do by setting,quantity supplied to 0 the supply curve,begins at a price of $1 and 33 cents to,draw the supply curve all I need is a,second point along my curve so I can,plug in any price and determine what,quantity would be supplied at that price,I'll find out what the quantity supplied,is at a price of five at a price of five,dollars 110 kilograms of beef will be,supplied with these two points along my,supply curve I can go ahead and plot the,supply curve I've now drawn both my,demand curve and my supply curve for,beef now it would be simple enough to,estimate the equilibrium price by,looking at the intersection of demand,and supply but we also need to be able,to calculate equilibrium price and,quantity using the equations themselves,so it looks from the graph as if the,equilibrium price is going to be around,four dollars and the equilibrium,quantity of beef will be around 80,kilograms but just to prove that these,estimates are correct we're going to go,ahead and show how to calculate,equilibrium price using the equations,themselves let's review what market,equilibrium is in a market for a,particular good equilibrium is achieved,when demand equals supply at equilibrium,price at PE quantity demanded equals,quantity supplied knowing the definition,of equilibrium we can pretty much figure,out how to calculate equilibrium price,all we have to do is set the

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Deoxit Demystified - how to use it and other electronics cleaners

Deoxit Demystified - how to use it and other electronics cleaners

welcome back everybody to another,hopefully short but enlightening video,here at blue glow electronics today what,we're going to talk about or electronic,cleaners and that includes the deoxy,million reason I'm making this video I,had a friend reach out to me and they,basically said they had a Harman Kardon,330 that was cutting out and they sent,me a video of it and I started listening,to the watching the video and listening,to it and I thought you know what,sounds like dirty pots so send email,back to my friend basically said hey,would you be up for trying to clean your,pots with some deoxy and he said sure,tell me which one of your videos might,would have that in it I said well you,know probably a couple of them do but I,can't remember exactly which ones and,where so I thought I'd just make a,special video just on this topic and I,fully enlightened you a little bit so,this here on the left is deoxy fob and,it's probably the most commonly used,cleaner as far as cleaning switches,potentiometers slaughterers fighters etc,in the industry and it's probably the,best audio restoration or electronics,restoration device that's been created,in the last few decades so this stuff's,pretty amazing stuff here we've got some,fader lube we'll talk about that here,we've got some standard electronic,cleaner and we'll talk about when that's,good to use and when it's not and here,we have some just electronics lubricant,and we'll talk about one that's good to,use and whatnot um the D exit d5 here,one of the things that's real confusing,out there in the industry is if you if,you go to buy some D aux it it looks,like there's about a dozen different,types and there's um you know different,intensities there's d v there's D 100,there's F 5 there's F 100 they come in,little dropper bottles,different shapes and sizes and you're,sitting there going which one do I buy,on which should I use as well as the Ox,it,a couple different looks and feels and,brands almost and I'll show you show you,here a little more about that let's jump,over to the till,look at a web page real quick okay so,keg Laboratories are the people that,have basically invented in make and,produce deoxy and now they actually,resell it under some other names I'll,show you that here in a minute but,there's this deoxy product selection,guide that they gave you and if you,actually click here on the PDF it'll,take you to an entirely you know an,entire page here that'll walk you,through all the different uses of,dioxide and the different types and,what's the difference between however it,kind of comes from a chemical standpoint,and it doesn't really give you a lot of,real-world application uses so we're,gonna jump back over here in a minute,and I'm gonna try to give you some of,that okay so we jumped over to Amazon,here and I just type in detox it and d5,is the most popular brand or rendition,of it if you notice this is made by keg,and it's it's basically $13.32 with free,shipping here on Amazon for this bottle,of d

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QD-OLED Price Drop? Will LCDs Remain Relevant? 1440p 240Hz or 4K 144Hz? December Q&A

QD-OLED Price Drop? Will LCDs Remain Relevant? 1440p 240Hz or 4K 144Hz? December Q&A

welcome back to monitors unboxed for a,December q a session when I started this,channel I was really hoping to get out q,a sessions more frequently than I have,but been a bit busy lately doing things,like building this set we've also of,course tested a lot of monitors lately,on this very Channel which hopefully,have all seen and watched those reviews,also you guys asked over 200 questions,on the YouTube Community tab so thanks,very much to all of you who did submit a,question for this video plus we've got a,heap more from our Discord supporters,those who support us on patreon and,float plan so heaps of questions knock,unfortunately not going to be able to,get to all of them but like I said there,will be many more q a sessions coming up,next year where we'll get to answering,plenty of your questions so yeah if your,question wasn't answered in this video,don't worry we will there'll be playing,more opportunities for that later anyway,let's get into the questions all right,first question is from UB Hunter thanks,for asking this one how much improvement,does a higher refresh rate monitor make,if the refresh compliance is low for,example the MSI mag274 qrx is a 240Hz,monitor but only has a 20 refresh,compliance using the best overdrive mode,at Max refresh does using something like,that still feel smoother and more,responsive than a 165hz monitor with 90,plus refresh compliance or does the,ghosting and blur mitigate the benefits,of the extra Hertz,so yeah refresh compliance a lot of,interesting things to talk about here I,think,refresh compliance is kind of one,component that you get from a testing,sort of these high refresh rate monitors,and it only refers to one area of,performance that extra Hertz tends to,bring when you get a high refresh rate,you tend to get improvements in,smoothness and that's because more,frames are being delivered and refresh,compliance doesn't really impact that so,if you're playing at 165 Hertz you're,obviously going to be getting 165 frames,per second 240 hertz here 240 frames per,second more frames it's going to feel,smoother even with low refresh,compliance because they're simply more,frames being displayed similarly with,latency generally High refresh rate,monitors is going to provide lower,latency because they're refreshing more,often and that typically won't be,impacted by refresh compliance either so,when you're comparing 240 hertz low,refresh compliance to 165 Hertz High,refresh compliance the 240Hz monitor is,still going to be better for smoothness,still going to be better for latency so,those two things are kind of separate,with refresh compliance what we're,really testing for is what's the limit,of the motion Clarity that that monitor,is going to provide,when we get higher refresh rates,monitors do provide better motion,Clarity because you're getting more,frames which means as you're tracking,things moving across the screen on a,sample and hold monitor more samples are,being shown the difference between each,frame

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Solving Microeconomics Math Problems

Solving Microeconomics Math Problems

howdy folks i um,what i wanted to do is this is a,class live number two and so,you're going to need to take notes on,this and email them to me just to show,me that you viewed it,what i like to do with this session is,go,over some of the,problems that regard profit and the,costs and price and things like that,because,every semester students always have,questions about this stuff this is the,hardest,section and so i like to go over them,just to help you,to answer some of these questions and,what i have here is,i have some materials,for example this is,one of one of the worksheets in the,lesson summary,and this is the other worksheet in the,lesson summary,by the way don't forget to look at the,key you can see the answers,they're right there available for you,the answers to the other one also,available to you,and what i want to do is a lot of people,misunderstand the algebra,that goes along with all of this so what,i want to do is i want to quickly review,all the different costs and and that,sort of and revenues and stuff,so we have 10 basically 10 there's,actually 12 there's also,marginal revenue and marginal cost which,we will,talk about in just a little bit but i,didn't put them here because they're a,little more complicated,to to understand as a formula,so profit the profit of a company,is going to be equal to whatever the,total revenue is,minus the total cost so if total revenue,is a million,total cost is eight hundred thousand a,million minus eight hundred thousand,is two hundred thousand so profit would,be two hundred thousand,that is the basic profit equation,then we can break out total revenue,total revenue,is very simply whatever the price of the,product is times how many you sold,so if i charge ten dollars per thing i'm,selling,and i sell uh you know 43 of them,10 times 43 is 430 so my total revenue,is 430,uh the price there's a lot of ways of,understanding price and calculating,price but basically,algebraically if i just divide by,quantity over here it cancels quantity,then i would have to divide by quantity,over here,and i would get total revenue divided by,quantity so you know if,we knew that the total revenue was,700 and we knew,that we that the quantity that we had,sold,was 50 units,we would know then its quantity times,price is equal to 700 so we would divide,by 50 on both sides,and then price would be equal to let's,see we'll cancel a zero there 70 divided,by 5,is 10 11 12 or 14. so the price here is,going to be 14.,okay for all 14 or euros or whatever the,you know unit is,so um so,price is the same thing as total revenue,divided by quantity quantity can be done,in the very same way if uh if we have,700 it's total revenue divided by price,and we know that the price is 14 and we,just don't know how many we sold,then we would just divide both sides by,14,and then quantity would be 50.,okay all right total cost right up here,so total revenue minus total cost total,cost,down here is split up into two kinds of,costs,variable costs and fi

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Sig Sauer SRD762 QD Suppressor Review

Sig Sauer SRD762 QD Suppressor Review

welcome back YouTube welcome back to the,NFA review channel we have a new toy in,from silencer shop the new Sig Sauer,SR d76 two rifles suppressor so pretty,neat world we're in so far guys I mean,we have Ruger Sig Daniel defense we have,a lot of companies that used to just,manufacture firearms that now joined the,suppressor world so again pretty neat,times that we're in so let's go ahead,and break this thing down find out what,makes it unique and then we'll head out,to the range and see just how it does,Gately Sig Sauer SRD 762 QD comes in an,A overall length of seven inches a,diameter of one point six to five inches,and weighs 17 ounces it's constructed of,inconel 718 more on that later very,strong material it's rated up to 300 Win,Mag so everything in between all the way,down to 556 all the way up to 300 Win,Mag the finish is a really nice matte,PVD finish it's very evenly applied and,hopefully it maintains its durability it,should withstand mag dumps pretty easily,it is flauta rated and as far as DB,reduction sig test this on 308 and got,138 decibels which is under the OSHA,standard 140 which is where you're,hearing damage will occur now 300,blackout which is what I'm mainly gonna,use this for and metered at 131 with,supersonic ammo and 120 with the subs,now I have heard that this has a really,Pleasant low tone more on that in a,minute I think we think we know how they,achieve that as far as purchasing one,yourself retails at 7:45 but it is,actually on sale at sounds of shop for,769 so guys under $700 for a can this,stout again I said it earlier at the,beginning of this video pretty,interesting times that we're living in,let's go ahead and check out what makes,this can so unique many of you have,already noticed the scan looks a little,different than cancer used to seeing,already and that's because there is no,outer tube,okay covering the baffle stack so what,you see here is the actual individual,welded baffles this is a tubeless design,cig is really good at welding okay they,have really high-end equipment and,they've they figured it out down to a,tee so they wouldn't they threw away the,outer tube you get a really interesting,looking can I didn't like it at first,sight kind of looks like a little,booster rocket ready to take off so yeah,the tubeless design so you're gonna save,weight,and they could take that internal volume,and expand it so you have you know the,same diameter cans that other,manufacturers using with an outer tube,but now you can actually expand it and,have more volume something else they did,that was awesome and good for down the,road for you guys that are gonna invest,any tax stamp on this is that they,imprinted the information for the,suppressor and the serial number in the,blast area here so your Mosel mount sits,right here and it's going to protect,this first cone the probability of a,bullet coming out making a 90-degree,turn right at the end of your QD mount,is pretty much non-existent so basically,what does that mean tha

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