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Designing and making custom-made guitars is an example of which of the following processes? a)intermittent process b) assembly process c)analytic system d)continuous process
Designing and making custom-made guitars is an example of assembly process.
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Assembly is incorrect, the correct answer to this specific question is Intermittent Process.
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