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GROWTH STAGE: The second stage in the product life cycle, characterized by increasing sales, high profits, and market entry by competitors. During this stage a successful product experiences steadily increasing customer acceptance and brand recognition. Advertising and promotion efforts are focused on product differentiation from that of the competition. This is also the stage when companies might withdraw from the market due to lack of acceptance, product failure, or lack of profits.

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Lesson 2: Economic Science | Unit 1: The Method Page: 2 of 20

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The scientific method has four important parts:
  • Theory: A theory is a scientifically accepted, interrelated body of general principles used to explain and understand some aspect of the world.
  • Principles: A principle is a generally accepted, verified, fundamental laws of nature. Principles establish cause and effect relations about the real world.
  • Hypotheses: An hypothesis is a reasonable proposition about the workings of the world that is inspired or implied by a theory and which may or may not be true.
  • Data: These are observations about what is actually happening in the real world. Data are used to validate or verify hypotheses and are essential to the scientific method.

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MARSHALLIAN CROSS

A diagram illustrating the market model, with price measured on the vertical axis and quantity measured on the horizontal axis, with the law of demand represented as a downward-sloping demand curve and the law of supply represented as an upward-sloping supply curve. The derivation of this name comes from the "Marshall" part of noted economist Alfred Marshall, and the intersection or "cross" of the demand and supply curves achieved at that market equilibrium.

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