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Research Design Considerations for Deteriorating Items of Inventory Models

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The first category deteriorating items refer to the items that become damages, decayed and lost of its marginal value evaporate, devaluation invalid, degradation and so on through time. The process of deterioration is happened in two categories of items that become damaged spoiled while the other category refer to the items that loss their parts of their total value through time because of the introduction of new technology or the alternatives like fashion and seasonal goods.
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124
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2
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334-341
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  • Department of Mathematics, N.A.S. (P.G.) College, Meerut. U. P., India
  • Department of Mathematics, N.A.S. (P.G.) College, Meerut. U. P., India
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