Given the bill of material for the printer cartridge (A) shown below; a gross requirement to build 210 units of A; an on-hand inventory level for enditem A of 60 units; and assuming zero lead-times for all items A, B, C, D, and E, compute the net requirements for each item. Assume all on-hand quantities for items B, C, D, and E are zero. Round your answers to the nearest whole number.
staple goods and impulse goods are examples of convenience products which consumers usually buy. these products can be bought almost everywhere and are readily available for purchase. usually, the quality and price of the product are not considered. examples of staple goods are sugar and bread, while impulse goods examples are chocolates and magazine.