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Product A Product B Product C Product D Product E D 75000 10000 20000 45000 100000 V $20 $50 $8000 $4 $62.50 O $30 $80 $300 $40 $200 C 22.5% 20% 15% 22.5% 25% 1. For Product A, what is the EOQ? Question 2 For Product B, what is the Total Cost (of holding and ordering inventory)? Question 3 For product C, what is the Inventory Holding Cost? Question 4 For product D, what is the EOQ? Question 5 For product E, what is the Inventory Holding Cost? 6. For Product A, what is the safety stock you would hold if you wanted to reach a 99% fill rate? Question 7 For Product B, what is the combined standard deviation of lead time and demand? 8. For Product C, what is the safety stock you would hold if you wanted to reach a 98% fill rate? Question 9 For Product D, what is the safety stock you would hold if you wanted to reach a 95% fill rate? Question 10 For Product E, what is the safety stock you would hold if you wanted to reach a 90% fill rate? Question 11 For Product A, how large should the Kanban bin be? Question 12 For Product B, how large should the Kanban bin be? 13. For Product C, how large should the Kanban bin be? Question 14 For Product D, how large should the Kanban bin be? 15. For Product E, how large should the Kanban bin be? (