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## Karnataka 2nd PUC Basic Maths Question Bank Chapter 10 Learning Curve Ex 10.1

Part – A

**2nd PUC Basic Maths Learning Curve Ex 10.1 One Mark Questions with Answers **

Question 1

Define learning curve.

Answer:

Learning curve is defined as curvilinear relation between the decrease in average labour hours’ per unit with the increase in the total output.

Question 2.

Write what does it deals.

Answer:

The theory of learning curve deals with labour efficiency.

Question 3.

Write the learning curve ratio.

Answer:

8^{th} line LCR = Curve ratio

Question 4.

Write the formula for learning index.

Answer:

Question 5.

Write the learning curve equation.

Answer:

Y = ax^{b}

Question 6.

Find the index of learning for 70% learning effect?

Answer:

Question 7.

Find the index of learning for 80% learning effect?

Answer:

Question 8.

What do you mean by 80% learning effect?

Answer:

80% learning effect means that when the cumulative output is doubled the cumulative average labour hours per unit will be 80% of the previous level.

Question 9.

Calculate the index of learning for 90% L effect.

Answer:

Question 10.

The average labour cost of 1^{st}150 units of production by a factory is ₹ 100, when the output was doubled

to 300 units, the ave labour cost was ₹ 50. Find the L.C.R & the learning curve percent.

Answer:

Part – B

**2nd PUC Basic Maths Learning Curve Ex 10.1 Five Marks Questions with Answers **

Question 1.

An engineering company has 80% learning effect and spends 1000 hours to produce 1 lot of the product. Estimate the labour cost of producing 8 lots of the product if the labour cost is ₹ 40 per hour.

Answer:

Total time for lots = 4096 hours

Total labour cost at ₹ 40 per hour = 4096 × 40 = ₹ 163840.

Question 2.

ABC company required 1000 hours to produce first 30 engines. If the learning effect is 90% find the total labour cost at 20 per hour to produce total of ₹ 20 engines?

Answer:

Let 30 Engines = 1 unit

∴ 120 engines = units Units

∴ Total time required for 120 engines = 3240 hrs.

Total labour cost at ₹ 20 per hour = 3240 × 20 = ₹ 648000

Question 3.

The production manager of a company obtained the following equation for the learning effect. Y = 1400 X^{-0.3} This function is based on the company’s experience for assembling the first 50 units of the product. The company was asked to bid a new order of 100 additional units and the labour cost for producing an additional 100 units at the rate of ₹ 20 per hour.

Answer:

Given a = 1400, 1 lot = 50 units = 2 lots = 100 units

∴ x = 2, y = 1400(2) ^{-0.3}

Taking logarithm both sides we get

Log Y = log(1400) – 0.3 log(2) = 3.1461 -0.3 × 0.3010

Log y = 3.1461 – 0.0903 = 3.0558

∴ y = A . L (3.0558) = 1137.0 hrs per lot

Total time required for 2 lots = 1137 × 2 = 2274.

Labour cost at for ₹ 20 per hour = 2274 × 20 = ₹ 45480.

Question 4.

An aircraft manufacturer supplies aircraft engines to different airlines. They have just completed an initial order for 30 engines involving a total of 6000 direct labour hours at ₹ 20 per hour. They have been asked to bid for a prospective contract for a supply of 90 engines. It is expected that there will be 80% learning effect. Estimate the labour cost for the new order.

Answer:

Let 30 engines = 1 unit, 120 engines = 4 units.

∴ Total hours for 90 engines = Total hours for 120 engines – Total hours for 30 engines = 15360 – 6000 = 9360.

The total labour cost for 90 engines at 20 per hour = 9360 × 20 = 1,87,000

Question 5.

A first sample batch of 50 units of product A took 80 hours to make. The company now wishes to estimate | the average time per unit will be if the total output of product A is 200 units and 80% learning rate

applies. Answer: Let 50 units = 1 lot ⇒ 200 units = 4lots

∴ Total hours for 200 units (4 lots) = 204.8 hours and average time per 4 lots

= 51.2 hours

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Part – C

**2nd PUC Basic Maths Learning Curve Ex 10.1 Five Marks Questions with Answers **

Question 1.

The time required to produce the first unit of a product is 1000 hours. If the manufacturers experiences 80% learning effect calculate the average time pr unit & the time taken to produce altogether 8 units. Also find the total labour charges for the production of 8 units at the rate of ₹ 12.50 per hour.

Answer:

I. Table method

Total time to produce 8 units = 4096 hrs.

Given labour charges for 1 hour = ₹ 12.50

∴Labour charges for 4096 hours = 4096 x 12.50 = ₹ 51,200

II. Formula Method:

Given a = 1000, x = 8 units

y = ax^{b}

log y = loga + b log x = log1000 + (-0.3219) log 8

= 3.000 – 0.3219 x 0.9031 = 3.000 – 0.2907

log y = 2.7093

y = AL (2.7093) = 512 hrs. per unit

∴ Total time for 8 units = 512 x 8 = 4,096 hrs.

Labour charges per hour = ₹ 12.50.

∴ Labour charges for 4,096 hrs. = 4,096 x 12.50 = 51,200

Question 2.

An engineering company has won the contract for supplying aircraft engines of a new type. The prototype constructed to win the contract took 500 hours. It is expected that these will have 90% learning effect. Estimate the labour cost of producing 8 engines of new orders. If the labour cost is ₹ 40 per hour.

Answer:

Table Method

Total time to produce 8 units = 2916

Given labour charges per hour = ₹ 40

:: Labour charges for 2916 hrs. = 2916 ~ 40 = ₹ 1,16,640

Formula Method

Given a = 500 hrs. x = 8,

y = ax^{b}

log y = log a + b log x

= log 500 – 0.1521 log 8

= 2.6990 – 0.1521 x 0.9031

= 2.6990 – 0.1374

y = AL (2.5616)

= 364.43

∴ Ave time /unit = 364.43

Total time to produce 8 units = 364.43 × 8 = 2915.452 = 2916

Given labour charges 1hr. = ₹ 40

∴Labour charges for 2916 hrs. = 2916 × 40 = 1,16,640.

Question 3.

The manager of a company obtained the following equation for the learning effect Y= 1450 X^{-0.2512}. The function is based for assembling the first 50 units of the product find the total labour hours required to assemble 100 units.

Answer:

Given the total time for producing a lot of 50 units of a product.

∴ 100 units would constitute 2 lots of 50 units. Each :: 1 = 1450, x = 2, b = -0.2512.

y = ax^{b}

log y = log a + b log x

= log 1450 – 0.2512 log2

= 3.1614 – 0.2512 × 0.3010 = 3.0858

y = A.L (3.0858) = 1216 hrs. per lot

∴ Total time required for 2 lots = 2 × 1216 = 2432 hrs.

Question 4.

A manager of a company obtained the following equation for the learning effect y= 200 x^{-0.3219}. The first unit of product requires 200 labour hours. If the company is planning to assemble 100 units of the product find the total labour hours required.

Answer:

Given y = 200 x X^{-0.3219} Where x = 100 units

Y = 200 × x^{-0.3219}

Where x = 100 units

y = 200 × (100)^{-0.3219}

log y = log 200 – 0.3219 log 100

= 2.3010 – 0.3219 × 2.0

= 2.3010 – 0.6438 = 1.6572

y = A.L (1.6572) = 45.41 per unit

∴ Total labour hours for 100 units = 45.41 × 100 = 4541 hours

Question 5.

The production manager of an electronic company obtained the following equation for the learning effect y = 1356 x ^{-0.3219}. The function is based on the company experience for assembling the first 50 units of the product. The company was asked to bid a new order of 100 additional units. Find the labour hours

required to assemble 100 units.

Answer:

Given y = 1356 x^{-0.3219}

Let 50 units = 1 lot

y = 1356(2)^{-0.3219}

∴ 100 units = 2 lots = x

log y = log 1356 -0.3219 log 2

= 3.1322 – 0.3219 (0.3010) = 3.1322 – 0.0969 = 3.0353.

y = A.L (3.0353) = 1085.00 hours /lot

∴ The total no. of labour hours required to assemble 2 lots (100 units) = 1085 2

= 2170 hours.

Question 6.

An aircraft manufacturer supplies aircraft engines to different Airlines. They have just completed an

initial trial order for 30 engines involving a total of 6000 direct labour hours at ₹ 20 per hour. They have been asked to bid prospective contract for supply of 90 engines. It is expected that these will be 80% learning effect. Estimate the labour cost for the new order.

Answer:

Given

a = 6000 hrs., 1 lot = 30 engines, x = 120 engines = 4 lots

Table method

Total time taken to produce 120 engines = 15360

Time taken to produce 30 engines = 6000

Total time taken to produce 90 engines = 15360 – 6000 = 9360

Labour cost at ₹ 20 per hour = 9360 × 20 = 1,87,200

Formula Method

a = 6000 hours, x = 4,

y = ax^{b}

log y = log a + b log x

= log 6000 – 0.3219 x log 4

= 3.7782 – 0.3219 × 0.6021 = 3.7782 – 0.1938 = 3.5844

y = A.L (3.5844) = 3841

Total number of hours required to produce 4 lots (120 engines) = 3841 × 4 = 15364 hours.

∴ Total number of hours required to produce 90 engines = 15364 – 6000 = 9364 hrs.

Labour cost at ₹ 20 per hour = 20 × 9364 = ₹ 1,87,280

Question 7.

A company requires 253.5 hours to produce the 1^{st} 30 units. If the learning effect is 80% Find the number of hours required to produce an additional number of 120 units. Also find the total labour cost at ₹ 20/hr.

Answer:

1 lot = 30 units

120 units = 4 lots

Total time required for 120 units = 648.96 hrs.

Additional time taken for 30 units = 253.5 hrs.

∴ Total time required to complete 150 units = 648.96 +253.5 = 902.46

∴ Total labour cost at 20₹ /hour = 902.46 × 20 = 18049.2

Question 8.

A company requires 2134.2 hours to produce the first 40 machines. If the learning effect is 80%. Find the number of hours required to produce next 120 machines.

Answer:

Let 40 units = 1 lot

120 units = 3 lots

Total time required for 4 lots (160 machines) = 5463.55

∴ Total time for 3 lots (120 machines) = 5463.55 – 2134.20 = 3329.35

Question 9.

The first unit of a product took 80 hours to manufacture. If the workers show 80% learning effect find the

total time taken to produce 6th, 7th & 8th units.

Answer:

Total time taken to produce 5 units = Time taken to produce

= 4 units + 1 unit = 204.8 + 80 = 284.8

∴ The total time taken to produce 6th, 7th & gth units.

= Time taken to produce 8 units – Time taken to produces 5 units

= 327.68 – 284.8 = 42.88.

Question 10.

A company requires 100 hrs. to produce the fst ten units at 15/per hour. If the learning effect is 80%. Find the total number of hours required to produce 160 units & also the total cost to produce 160 units.

Answer:

Given

a = 100 hrs. 10 units = 1 lot

∴ 160 units = 16 lots

y = ax^{b}

log y = log a + b log x

= log 100 – 0.3219 log 16

= 2 – 0.3219 1.2041 = 2 – 0.3875 = 1.625

y = A(1.6125) = 40.98 hours/unit

∴ Total time required for 160 units or 16 lots = 40.98 16 = 655.68 hrs.

∴ Total cost to produce 16 units at ₹ 15/hr. = 655.68 × 15 = ₹ 9835.20

Table method

Total time for 16 lots = 655.36 hrs.

∴ Total cost to produce 16 lots at ₹ 15/hr. = 655.36 × 15 = ₹ 19830.4.

Question 11.

ABC company Ltd., has observed that a 90% learning effect applies to all labour related costs whenever a new product is taken up for production. The anticipated production is 320 units for the coming year. The production is done in lots of 10 units each & each lot requires 1000 labour hours at ₹16 per hour. You are required to compute the total labour hours & labour costs to manufacture 320 units.

Answer:

10 units = 1lot 320 units = 32 lots

Total labour hours for 32 lots = 18,895.9 hours

Labour cost at 16₹ per hour = 18,895.9 × 16 = ₹ 3,02,334.

Question 12.

A company requires 200 hrs. to produce the first ten units at ₹ 10 per hour. If the learning effect is expected is 90%. Find the total no. of hours required to produce 320 units & also the total cost to produce 320 units.

Answer:

10 units = 1 lot

320 units = 32 lots

Total number of hours to produce 320 units = 3778.88

∴ Total cost at ₹ 10 per hour = 37762.88 × 10 = 37788.8