As such, the ratio (in percentage) of current customers who are expected to buy new products and the number of new customers are estimated as shown in the table below. Which of the following is an appropriate description concerning this estimate? Number of customers P Q R S A 10,000 50% 30% 10% 10% B 20,000 10% 60% 10% 10% C 80,000 10% 10% 30% 30% Number of current customers 15,000 23,000 27,000 27,000 Number of new customers 5,000 7,000 13,000 23,000 a) Among the customers of product A, 1,000 customers are expected to buy product Q. b) Half of the prospective customers of product Pare expected to be the customers of product A. c) The customers of product Bare expected to buy any one of products P,Q, R, and S. d) The number of new customers of product Sis expected to be less than the number of customers of product Samong the customers of product C. –32–
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Q78.When a single-license software package is purchased in a company, which of the following is an activity that is usually permitted in conformity with the concept of the WTO’s Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS)? a) Installing the software package on a large number of computers that are used for the company’s business b) Making a backup copy of software for the limited purposes, such as the licensee’s personal use or a temporary copy for maintenance c) Modifying the software package for the company’s internal use and using it on a large number of computers in the company d) Placing the software package on the company’s internal Web site so that staff members can download and install it Q79. When the carry-over from the previous month and the quantity of inventory transactions for a product are as shown in the table below, what is the cost of sales (in dollars) calculated for the current month by using the first-in first-out method? Date Type of transaction Transaction quantity Unit price (dollars) Receiving quantity Shipping quantity 1st Carry-over from the previous month 100 200 5th Purchase 50 215 15th Sales 70 20th Purchase 100 223 25th Sales 60 30th Carry-over to the next month 120 a) 26,290 b) 26,450 c) 27,250 d) 27,586 –33–