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Consumer product classifications include: a. accessories, maintenance goods, and material goods. b. tangible products, augmented products, limited-use products, and intangible products.
c. convenience products, shopping products, specialty products, and unsought products. d. primary products, intermediate products, and final products.
A) shopping good
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User: Consumer product classifications include: a. accessories, maintenance goods, and material goods. b. tangible products, augmented products, limited-use products, and intangible products. c. convenience products, shopping products, specialty products, and unsought products. d. primary products, intermediate products, and final products.

Weegy: A) shopping good
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User: Consumers frequently purchase :_____, which are inexpensive goods and services that take very little consideration on the part of the consumer. a. specialty products b. shopping products c. convenience products d. unsought products

Weegy: A) shopping good
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User: _____ consist of small ticket items that businesses consume on an on-going basis but are not needed to develop a final product. a. Accessory equipment b. Maintenance, repair, and operating products c. “Category B” inventory items d. Convenience goods

Weegy: Operating products..
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User: The augmented product associated with a new car might include: a. all of the items listed above. b. the 60,000 mile bumper-to-bumper warranty. c. the owner’s manual. d. free oil changes for the life of the car.

Weegy: Generally speaking, bumper-to-bumper warranties cover everything from major mechanical repairs to tiny details like rattles and squeaks. [ [ Most manufacturers also throw in free gasoline, roadside assistance, periodic maintenance, towing service, car rental reimbursement, some wear and tear, and electronic equipment coverage. Since they take care of almost anything that comes up, instead of a list of benefits you?ll receive a short list of exclusions. ] ]
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