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# please explain why B is wrong. TIA source - Toys4Th

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please explain why B is wrong. TIA
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Toys4Them, an online toy merchant, generated \$220 million in revenue last year, an 8.6 percent increase over the previous year. However, the number of toys sold did not increase significantly last year over the previous year.
Each of the following, if true, could explain the apparent discrepancy EXCEPT:
a)Last year, Toys4Them changed its accounting policy to no longer count toys given away to charities as sold toys.
b)Toys4Them sold a higher proportion of more expensive toys last year than the previous year.
c)Last year, the number of consumers shopping for toys increased over the previous year.
d)Last year, Toys4Them experienced an unprecedented boom in its divisions that do not sell toys.
e)Because of an economic downturn, Toys4Them heavily discounted its toys during the holiday season two years ago.

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C...oa?
answered Jun 10, 2016 by Beginner (1 point)
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It's a clear C as C does not talk about the discrepancy. The number of consumers shopping has no bearing on the revenue / number of toys sold
If you are confused about B , B says that they sold more of expensive toys last year than previous years. Which means the revenue is higher per toy as the same toy was cheaper in previous year.
answered Jun 10, 2016 by Beginner (1 point)
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C. By POE.
answered Jun 10, 2016 by Associate (163 points)
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Meetu Rajeev the point here is the question says the number of toys almost remain the same (did n't increase significantly) as compared to last year. Point B actually supports this.
answered Jun 10, 2016 by (-1 points)
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