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Businesses often use information such as age, income level, and occupation to sell products to certain groups of people. What is this type of information called? A. revenues B. complements C.
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User: Businesses often use information such as age, income level, and occupation to sell products to certain groups of people. What is this type of information called? A. revenues B. complements C. markets D. demographics

Weegy: Businesses often use information such as age, income level, and occupation to sell products to certain groups of people. What is this type of information called? D. demographics
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