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  1. Describe a work task, a hobby, or another activity that you regularly do, and sequentially list the various actions you take in order to complete this activity. You will need to repeat this activity to see if the changes you engage in will assist in reducing the amount of time. Consider the complexity of your list and the amount of steps required to complete the activity. Choose an activity that you complete on a daily basis. Please consider the choices below:Preparing for a jog, workout, or other sports related activity.Cooking a meal or preparing a sandwich.Making coffee in the morning.Cleaning the house.Washing the car.Bathing/grooming your dog or cat.Setting up a grill to BBQ.Answer the following questions in the space provided below:
    1. How many steps did it take you to complete the activity?
    2. What time did each step take and how much time was delayed between steps?
    3. What was the average time between steps?
    4. What was the average time each step took?
    5. Differentiate the main actions between doing and improving your activities.
    6. Determine the overall manner in which variation has affected your activities.
    7. Overall, how much time were you able to cut down on when engaging in the same activity while implementing the new changes?To answer the questions follow the example below. The main objective of this assignment is to understand the difference between “doing and improving.”
  2. Example for Assignment 1
  3. Description of activity: These events require proper cycling attire and resources such as special drinks to help with hydration and special snacks to maintain endurance and eliminate the chances of my bonking during the ride. Below is a description of my before and after attempts taken to improve the amount of time each step took.
  4. 1.How many steps did it take you to complete the activity?
  5. 2.What time did each step take and how much time was delayed between steps?Comparing the times between my first ride and now, you can see I have managed to save time by preparing ahead of time.
    1. What was the average time between steps?In my case this is not applicable as the steps are separated in purpose unlike making a sandwich or mean where steps are interconnected.
  6. 4.What was the average time each attempt took?It took me 95 minutes to get out the door the first time and 29 minutes to get out the door the second time. This resulted in a 66-minute reduction in time from getting up to arriving at the event. The first attempt took an average of 9.5 times and the second attempt took an average of 2.9 times.
  7. 5.Differentiate the main actions between doing and improving your activities.The initial cycling event I attended, I was a novice and was unaware of how much time it takes me to get out the door to go cycling. Since I was under a time constraint
  8. 6.Determine the overall manner in which variation has affected your activities.The standard deviation for the two activities were respectively 6.8 and 5.1 minutes
  9. 7.Overall, how much time were you able to cut down on when engaging in the same activity while implementing the new changes?I was able to reduce my time by 66 minutes.Name of activity: Preparing for Cycling event upon awakeningSTEPTime (1st attempt)Time (2nd attempt)DifferenceStep 1: Finding a matching pair of cycling socks10 minutes0 minutes Located matching pair of socks10-minute reductionStep 2: Putting on cycling clothes5 minutes5 minutes Clothes laid out and ready0-minutes differenceStep 3: Locating cycling shoes2 minutes0 minutes Loaded shoes in equipment bag2-minute reductionStep 4: Preparing drinks and snacks for long ride15 minutes0 minutes Prepped drinks and snacks day prior – just grab and go15-minute reductionStep 5: Packing all needed supplies2 minutes0 minutes Packed helmets, gloves, and shoes in bag and placed in car day prior2-minute reductionStep 6: Fill bicycle tires with air18 minutes0 minutes Prepped bikes day prior and also used maintenance area at the event18-minute reductionStep 7: Put Bike rack on the car5 minutes0 minutes Loaded bike rack day prior5-minute reductionStep 8: Loading bicycles onto bike rack4 minutes0 minutes Loaded bikes day prior4-minute reductionStep 9: Unloading bicycles and equipment needed during the ride14 minutes14 minutes0-minute changeStep 10: Checking in and getting the riders packetVaries depending on arrival time. Earlier the faster processed 20 minutesVaries depending on arrival time. Earlier the faster processed 10 minutes10-minute reductionTotal time95 minutes total29 minutes
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