Crayola’s dependent concern items are natural resources and work-in-process stocks, which are required to create the various items in the organization’s inventory. Independent variables in Crayola are pigment, paraffin wax, creosote, earth, parchment, ink, board, and polyethylene are among the raw resources provided for the scenario.
Colored pencils and marker pens are focused and engaged in inventory stock, implying that they are of secondary importance. The finished goods, such as units and packages of Crayola commodities, are finished products whose demand is influenced by the business environment and, hence, unrelated to inventory preferences. The firm should decide to give attention to such items ahead.