A firm makes and sells T-shirts in three different colors 1) Red, 2) Green, and 3) Blue and each…

A firm makes and sells T-shirts in three different colors 1) Red, 2) Green, and 3) Blue and each shirt is offered in four different sizes 1) Small, 2) Medium, 3) Large, and 4) X-Large. Each color of shirt uses a slightly different style with different assembly requirements. The firm produces its inventory in two-week cycles. The first week of production is dedicated to coloring the fabric. The second week of production is used to assemble the shirts. Over the summer selling season, they repeat this two-week cycle several times. This manufacturer has limited visibility of end-user demand and they are often unsure of what colors/sizes are selling faster than others.