Question;Case 1: Top-Slice DriversTwo years ago the Top-Slice Company moved from just making golf balls to also producing oversized drivers. Top-Slice makes three different models: the Bomber, the Hook King, and the Sir Slice-A-Lot. As the names suggest, the last two clubs help correct for golfers who either hook or slice the ball when driving.While, Top-Slice is pleased with the growing sales for all three models (see the following tables), the numbers present Jacob Lee, the production manager, with a dilemma. Jacob knows that the current manufacturing work cell is capable of producing only 2700 drivers per month, and total sales seem to be rapidly approaching that number. Jacob? staff has told him it will take at least three months to plan for and implement an expanded work cell.Month Bomber Hook King Sir Slice-A-LotApril 2004 1410 377 343May 1417 381 344::::February 2006 1703 485 396March 1720 490 399Full data could be found on BlackBoard System, in TopSliceDrivers.xlsSource: Chapter 9, Case Study, Introduction to operations and supply chain management, 2nd ed.. Cecil C. Bozarth, Robert B. Handfield. Prentice Hall.Questions(a) Plot the graph to show the sales.(b) Select and develop one time series model for Jacob Lee.??? Briefly explain why you select this time series model for Jacob Lee.??? If necessary, select appropriate number of time period, select appropriate weighting or select appropriate ? with brief explanation.(c) Develop Simple Linear Regression model for Jacob Lee.??? Perform necessary measures to check the performance of the model.(d) Perform necessary measures to compare the accurate of the models in (a) and (b).(e) Which model in (a) and (b) you will suggest to Jacob? Why?(f) According to your suggested model,??? Predict the sales for the month April 2006 to March 2007.??? When will Top-Slice need to have the expanded work cell up and running?(g) Base on (a) to (f), what do you recommend to Jacob Lee.
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