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What's the order of selection when a router receive a route from static, direct connect and RIP ? Should the selection be direct connect over static and RIP ?

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Administrative Distance determines that.  AD can be changed but on the default AD's for Cisco routers, connected has an AD of zero which makes preferred over all others.

Static is 1 and RIP is 120.

So you are correct.
Connected
Static
RIP
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