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1) Purchased goods and services typically make up under 50%

Question : 1) Purchased goods and services typically make up under 50% : 2065966

1) Purchased goods and services typically make up under 50% of a firm's cost of goods sold.

2) A dollar saved in cost of materials purchased is a dollar added to the pre-tax profit.

3) The impact of sourcing materials or services with improved quality is usually reduced profitability for the firm.

4) Only 25 percent of an item or service's cost is determined in the design stage.

5) Purchased goods and services typically make up what percentage of a firm's cost of goods sold?

A) 0 to 10

B) 10 to 50

C) 50 to 90

D) Above 90

 

 

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