Yay last question. When evaluating a product claim, it is important to determine whether: A. The cost of the product is reasonable and fair. B. The advertisement for the product is on the internet or in a magazine. C. The research that supports the claim is without bias. D. The product is something that you would use.
Either D or A.. not really sure.
So a claim (i.e. Product A disinfects an infected area of bacteria) is under the scope of what the product DOES, which I believe is something that option C addresses. A-D are all relevant for how a company decides to market and sell the product, but C is actually giving some evidence for that claim. This is my best guess
@Neuronerd i didnt think of it that way so it could be C , it probably is C.
I'm not a marketing person, so keep that in mind!
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