Need help with EOQ-Economic Order Quantity

Hello,

Question: Sally needs to calculate the EOQ of canned corn. The company uses 300 cases of canned corn per year. The cost of one case is $4.00, the ordering cost is $2.00 and the storage cost is 10% the value of the corn.

What is the EOQ in dollars? $109.54

What is the EOQ in units? 55

Answer: I just want to know if the answer that I got was correct. If not what do you believe that I did incorrectly?

I took the formula 2*$2.00*300cs/.10 and then got the square root of the result to get the first answer. On the second answer I took the formula 2*$2.00*300cs/.40 and then got the square root of the result to get that answer. Am I doing this correctly?

Re: Need help with EOQ-Economic Order Quantity

I have no idea because you don't say what those formulas mean. By the way, what you give are NOT "formulas". A formula would have to involve letters representing quantities and be equal to something. What do the formulas you are using actually say?

Re: Need help with EOQ-Economic Order Quantity

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Re: Need help with EOQ-Economic Order Quantity

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