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It is less important to account for factors like warranties and durability when purchasing a A. durable good B. long-term product C. nondurable good D. very expensive item

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  1. dmndlife24
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    When you purchase a durable good, it already has the durability factor that comes with it so it would be A. The thing is, if you purchased something else like a long-term product (also includes expensive items) or even a non-durable good, then you would worry about things like warranties and durability.

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