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William M. Pride + 2 others
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Textbook Problem

What is the difference between an analytical and a synthetic manufacturing process? Give an example of each type of process.

Summary Introduction

To determine: The distinction among an analytical and synthetic manufacturing procedure and the illustration for each procedure.

Introduction: Manufacturing processes are the means through which raw materials are changed into a completed product. This process starts with the production of the materials from which the plan is made.

Explanation

The distinction among an analytical and synthetic manufacturing procedure and the illustration for each procedure are as follows:

  • Analytical process: This process breaks raw materials into various segment parts. The example that was utilized as a part of this section was a barrel of unrefined petroleum and a meat processing plant...

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