Teloxy Engineering has received a one-time contract to design and build 10,000 units of a newproduct. During the proposal process, management felt that the new product could be designedand manufactured at a low cost. One of the ingredients necessary to build the product was asmall component that could be purchased for $60 in the marketplace, including quantity discounts. Accordingly, management budgeted $650,000 for the purchasing and handling of10,000 components plus scrap.During the design stage, your engineering team informs you that the final design willrequire a somewhat higher-grade component that sells for $72 with quantity discounts. The newprice is substantially higher than you had budgeted for. This will create a cost overrun.You meet with your manufacturing team to see if they can manufacture the component ata cheaper price than buying it from the outside. Your manufacturing team informs you that theycan produce a maximum of 10,000 units, just enough to fulfill your contract. The setup cost willbe $100,000 and the raw material cost is $40 per component. Since Teloxy has never manufactured this product before, manufacturing expects the following defects:Percent defective- 0 10 20 30 40Probability of occurrence- 10 20 30 25 15All defective parts must be removed and repaired at a cost of $120 per part.Answer questions below (150 words per answer)Q1. Using expected value, is it economically better to make or buy the component?Q2. Strategically thinking, why might management opt for other than the most economicalchoice?