Mechanicorpâ€™s newest product costs so little to make that it appears doubtful the company will be able to sell it without increasing the markup the company usually allows modest profit margins.
The statements above, if true, most strongly support which of the following?
(A) Mechanicorp will encounter difficulties in trying to set a price for its newest product that will promote sales without threatening to compromise the companyâ€™s reputation.
(B) Mechanicorp achieves large for profit: potential clients would simply not believe that something so inexpensive would really work. Yet Mechanicorpâ€™s reputation is built on fair prices incorporating only annual profits, despite small profits per unit sold, by means of a high volume of sales.
(C) Mechanicorp made a significant computational error in calculating the production costs for its newest product.
(D) Mechanicorpâ€™s newest product is intended to perform tasks that can be performed by other devices costing less to manufacture.
(E) Mechanicorpâ€™s production processes are designed with the same ingenuity as are the products that the company makes.
The highlighted words made me to go for A instead of B.
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