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User: 17. Which of the following is not an aggregate production planning method

User: 17. Which of the following is not an aggregate production planning method Trial-and-error method Transportation method Linear programming method Assignment method

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All of the following are production functions except (a) Aggregate planning (b) Pricing of products (c) Capacity assessment (d) Scheduling of operations
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Pricing of products is not a function of production.

Answer is (b) Pricing of products.

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