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An organization’s activities and processes that involve the physical flow of goods from the raw material state to the final consumer is known as _______
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An organization's activities and processes that involve the physical flow of goods from the raw material state to the final consumer is known as: SUPPLY CHAIN.



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___________ is the set of strategies and practices to eliminate waste. Answer Lean management Lean investment Lean production Lean manufacturing
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LEAN PRODUCTION is the set of strategies and practices to eliminate waste.

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_____ software takes the electronic design for a product and creates the programmed instructions that robots must follow to produce a product as efficiently as possible.
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Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software takes the electronic design for a product and creates the programmed instructions that robots must follow to produce a product as efficiently as possible.



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Weegy: The Securities Act of 1933 regulates new issues of corporate securities sold to the public. This law requires that the company file a registration statement and preliminary prospectus with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). [ The purpose is to ensure that investors are fully informed about the offering and the issuing company. The issuing company must file a registration statement before going public. It discloses all material information about the company to the SEC. Part of the registration statement is the prospectus, which must be provided to all purchasers of the new issue. The prospectus contains much of the same information included in the registration statement, but without all of the smaller details and supporting documentation. After the issuer files the registration statement with the SEC for review, the cooling off period begins. During this 20-day period, securities brokers can discuss the new issue with clients, but the only information about the offering that can be distributed is the preliminary prospectus. ] (More)
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