Which of the Following Common Product Life-Cycle Patterns Would Be
Which of the following common product life-cycle patterns would be characterized as being one where sales grow rapidly when the product is first introduced and then fall to a "petrified" level that is sustained by late adopters buying the product for the first time and early adopters replacing the product?
A) scalloped pattern
B) cycle-recycle pattern
C) reverse-cycle pattern
D) inverse-cycle pattern
E) growth-slump-maturity pattern
A product such as nylon (e.g., numerous uses parachutes, hosiery, shirts, carpeting, et cetera) has been characterized as having a ________ pattern to its product lifecycle.
When Mel chose his new home, he picked a Cape Cod design. Which of the following special categories of product life cycles would be most associated with the description of Mel's home?
________ do not survive (as a special category product life cycle) because they do not normally satisfy a strong need.