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Reading Comprehension: Detail Function Questions

The author discusses the overall growing market in order to

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An increase in overall sales of a type of product would not explain why one company sold fewer products.

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Many products available for sale would not necessarily create an increase in sales.

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Even though this statement may be true, the purpose of this sentence is to discuss the Nutri-Grain brand and not other brands.

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Even though this statement may be true, the purpose of this sentence is to discuss the Nutri-Grain brand and not other corporations.

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A growing market indicates that consumers are buying the product at an increasing rate. Therefore, the problems of Nutri-Grain stemmed from factors other than overall consumer interest in breakfast bars.

explain the drop in Nutri-Grain's market share

show the result of the flooding of the market by Nutri-Grain's competition

indicate that other brands did not suffer from the same problems as Nutri-Grain

explain why other corporations created products that competed with Nutri-Grain

show that Nutri-Grain's problems were not caused by lack of consumer interest in breakfast bars