The three major elements of the product decision are:
A) selection, definition, and design.
B) goods, services, and hybrids.
C) strategy, tactics, and operations.
D) cost, differentiation, and speed of response.
E) legislative, judicial, and executive.
A product's life cycle is divided into four stages, which are:
A) introduction, growth, saturation, and maturity.
B) introduction, growth, stability, and decline.
C) introduction, maturity, saturation, and decline.
D) introduction, growth, maturity, and decline.
E) incubation, growth, maturity, and decline.
An engineering drawing shows the:
A) dimensions, tolerances, materials, and finishes of a component.
B) dimensions, tolerances, cost, and sales or use volume of a component.
C) materials, finishes, machining operations, and dimensions of a component.
D) cost, materials, tolerances, and lead-time for a component.
E) cost, dimensions, and machining operations for a component.
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