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What is the best source of information for deciding whether a product meets your needs? A. the product's advertisements B. the product's brand name C. the product's label

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It is either the first choice or the last choice. Advertisements can be misleading at time. On the other hand, the label refers to what?
I would go with C
Well, the advertisements are pretty certain to be biased, and brand names don't give you enough information. So that leaves C. Although honestly, the label of a product is going t otry to convince that you need it just like an advertisement, so they're both biased. However, the label probably has more actual information about the product.

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