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23. A dollar spent on activities that occur during the RD&E cycle:

a. can save up to $80-$100 on manufacturing and post-manufacturing activities
b. can save up to $8-$10 on manufacturing and post-manufacturing activities
c. can save up to $20-$30 on manufacturing and post-manufacturing activities
d. can save up to $30-$40 on manufacturing and post-manufacturing activities

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Answer: b. can save up to $8-$10 on manufacturing and post-manufacturing activities
The RD&E Cycle has three stages: Market research, Product ...

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