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Child’s World, a chain of toy stores, has relied on a “supermarket concept” of computerized inventory control and customer self-service to eliminate the category of sales clerks from its force of employees. It now plans to employ the same concept in selling children’s clothes.
The plan of Child’s World assumes that

A. supermarkets will not also be selling children’s clothes in the same manner
B. personal service by sales personnel is not required for selling children’s clothes successfully
C. the same kind of computers will be used in inventory control for both clothes and toys at Child’s World
D. a self-service plan cannot be employed without computerized inventory control
E. sales clerks are the only employees of Child’s World who could be assigned tasks related to inventory control


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ThinhPhung wrote:
Child’s World, a chain of toy stores, has relied on a “supermarket concept” of computerized inventory control and customer self-service to eliminate the category of sales clerks from its force of employees. It now plans to employ the same concept in selling children’s clothes.

A. supermarkets will not also be selling children’s clothes in the same manner
B. personal service by sales personnel is not required for selling children’s clothes successfully
C. the same kind of computers will be used in inventory control for both clothes and toys at Child’s World
D. a self-service plan cannot be employed without computerized inventory control
E. sales clerks are the only employees of Child’s World who could be assigned tasks related to inventory control


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ThinhPhung wrote:
Child’s World, a chain of toy stores, has relied on a “supermarket concept” of computerized inventory control and customer self-service to eliminate the category of sales clerks from its force of employees. It now plans to employ the same concept in selling children’s clothes.

A. supermarkets will not also be selling children’s clothes in the same manner
B. personal service by sales personnel is not required for selling children’s clothes successfully
C. the same kind of computers will be used in inventory control for both clothes and toys at Child’s World
D. a self-service plan cannot be employed without computerized inventory control
E. sales clerks are the only employees of Child’s World who could be assigned tasks related to inventory control


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B, company assumes that children 's clothes can be sold in the same manner as toys, without the need for sales clerks.
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Is B the OA ... ?

I'd say the answer is A .

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New post 06 Dec 2017, 21:50
I would go with B. The company assumes that self-service is sufficient to sell children's clothes; hence, they've decided that they don't need sales personnel there.

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