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Distinguish between sequential processing and parallel processing.

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State the points of differences between sequential processing and parallel processing.

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Parallel Processing and Sequential processing:

The process which requires more than two sequential processes to manufacture finished goods is called parallel processing. In sequential processing goods passes through various processes one after another to produce a final product.

Dissimilarities between sequential and parallel processing are as follows:

BasisSequential ProcessingParallel Processing
DefinitionA processing in which goods passes through various processes in a sequence is called sequential processingA type of process, in which, to produce the finished goods more than two sequential processes are essential is called parallel processing...

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