Operations management has the primary responsibility for A employing computer

Operations management has the primary responsibility

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28.Operations management has the primary responsibility for: A. employing computer-assisted manufacturing (CAM) exclusively for all transformations.B. transforming goods and services into resources.C. creating products that satisfy customers.D. developing only such products which are intangible.E. converting outputs into inputs.
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29.Which of the following is true of the transformation process? 30.Viewed from the perspective of operations, the money used to purchase a carpenter's tools and the electricity used to run his power saw are: 31.Viewed from the perspective of operations, the furniture items produced by a carpenter are:
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32.From the perspective of operations, food sold at a restaurant and services provided bya plumbing company are: A. processes.B. inputs.C. outputs.D. stocks.E. costs.33.How do operations managers ensure quality and efficiency during the transformation process? 34.Money, employees, time, and equipment are examples of an airline's _____ to the transformation process.
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35.Which of the following is true of the transformation process?
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