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If your company needs to produce 7,800 products by the end of the next 12 weeks, how many products will you need to produce each week to finish on schedule?
If your company needs to produce 7,800 products by the end of the next 12 weeks, 650 products will you need to produce each week to finish on schedule. 7800/12 = 650.
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If your company needs to produce 7,800 products by the end of the next 12 weeks, 650 products will you need to produce each week to finish on schedule.

7800/12 = 650.
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