Adam had an idea for a new i-pod accessory. He showed his idea to ten of his friends. Three of them loved the idea, four of them thought it was OK, but nothing special and three of them hated the idea. If he develops the product, he will need to sell at least 10,000 in order to make money. He was wondering whether or not to develop the product when he remembered the law of large numbers from Professor Robertson's marketing class. Based on that, he decided to __________?
a. Continue to develop the product knowing that because there are millions of i-pod users, there will probably be a large enough group who like the product for it to be successful.