ba302 quiz2 - Chapter 2 quiz What are the five major types...

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Chapter 2 quiz What are the five major types of manufacturing processes? Project, Continuous Flow, Job Shop, Batch Flow, Line Flow Cycle Flow, Random Flow, Job Shop, Batch Flow, Line Flow Continuous Flow, Batch Flow, Random Flow, Line Flow, Project Batch Flow, Job Shop, Line Flow, Project, Critical Flow You are right! This response was awarded 1 point out of a possible maximum of 1 point. What are the two manufacturing processes that utilize similar layouts with equipment grouped by function rather than by product? Cycle and Random Flow Process Batch Flow and Project Job Shop and Batch Flow Process Line Flow and Job Shop Of course! This response was awarded 1 point out of a possible maximum of 1 point. A combination of two (sometimes more) pure manufacturing processes is called ? Balanced Process Hybrid Process Complex Process Tough Process You are right! This response was awarded 1 point out of a possible maximum of 1 point. What manufacturing process is most popularly exemplified by the “moving assembly line” found in the auto industry as well as a host
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of other assembly industries such as consumer electronics and computers? Batch Flow Process
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2008 for the course B A 302 taught by Professor Feliciawalters during the Fall '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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