PRODUCTS AND PROCESSES- Worked answers for 7-12

PRODUCTS AND PROCESSES- Worked answers for 7-12 - Product...

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Product and Processes Explanations for Questions 7-12 7. Which point best describes a new automobile purchased at a car dealership? D) Point D When purchasing a new automobile at a car dealership you get to pick some of the features on it, making it specialized to your needs. However, there are limitations to what you get to pick only certain colors are offered, maybe you can only get the 6-CD changer and leather interior in the sportier model which also makes it standardized to a degree (mid-vertically). A new car is also a higher quality good than a meal at a restaurant, so it would be plotted more to the left horizontally. 8. Which point best describes gasoline? A) Point A Gasoline is extremely standardized (highest vertically), meaning when you go to the pump you don’t get to pick the features of the gasoline; regular gas is regular gas at whichever station you pump it from. It is also a higher degree of a good (left horizontally). 9. Systems which use a minimal amount of resources to produce a high volume of a high quality
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