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thanks, Robert, I now understand why A is too broad to be the correct answer, the stimulus gave us that fashion can influence price, but did not go so far as to say that being fashionable is more important than the materials to the pricing of the products. Products made of gold is always more expensive than similar products made of wood because of their materials, even though being fashionable can influence the price from time to time.

thanks again for your explanation.


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