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A consumer electronics company's two divisions performed with remarkable consistency over the past 3 years: in each of those years, the domestic products division has accounted for roughly 20 percent of dollar sales and 40 percent of profits, and the commercial products division for the balance.

Which of the following can properly be inferred regarding the past three years from the statement above?



A. Total dollar sales for each of the company's divisions have remained roughly constant.
B. The domestic products division has faced stiffer competition in its markets than has the commercial products division.
C. The commercial products division has realized lower profits per dollar of sales than has the domestic products division.
D. The product mix offered by each of the company's divisions has remained unchanged.
E. Highly profitable products accounted for a higher percentage of the commercial products division's sales than those of the domestic products division.

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https://gmatclub.com/forum/a-company-s-two-division-performed-with-remarkable-consistency-over-th-42283.html

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