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Unformatted text preview: Jenny Lipke 2-12-2008 Chapter 3 Questions 2, 6, 13, 15 2. How do the physical features of a garment and the performance of a garment differ? A: The physical features are how the garment looks as far as its composition, design, materials used, construction, and finish. The performance of a garment is how well it meets standards, and benefits the consumer. 6. How do consumers differ in their individual perception of quality? A: Typically consumers are subconsciously determining the quality of a garment without even knowing it. From the time they purchase the item, to the time they throw it out, they are determining whether the item was a good buy. Consumers determine quality by judging how long it will last, will it work for what it will be used for, is it priced well etc. All these factors make up a perception of quality. As well as brand names, durability, fit, usage, style and of course up a perception of quality....
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