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Dennis works 4 an international manufacturer of costumer electronics. He has been recently assigned to supervise and manage the manufacturing of a new model of flat screen television. His supervisor congratulates him on the expanded responsibilities and informs dennis that his new assignment will be indefinitely manage the manufacturing of this new product line. What of the following describes dennisís new assignment?

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