The correct answer is: "the fourth pair of cleats".
Provided that this is the only information available about the company, the higher the quantity produced the larger the profits earned. The revenue earned by a firm is directly related to two variables: the price charged for the product and total number of units of the product that are sold. The higher the price charged, or the larger the quantity sold, the bigger the profits will be.
This answer could change if more details about the production process were known. For example, if factors of production (land, labor capital) are fixed and cannot be increased when there is an increase in the number of units that are produced and sold, the law of diminishing returns would operate and, when a certain level of production is exceeded, the company can even generate losses when additional units are sold.
The fourth pair of cleats is the answer on edg.
Explanation: The distribution of good and services provided by the producer to the consumer of the company, this includes buying and selling which can be international trade. Warehousing, advertising, insurance, banking and transporting allow the companies to keep a stable profit.
A company makes profit at the Commerce level of Production.
Production process is a process of any organization which involves the production or manufacturing of the company's product. There are three basic levels in a production process. First is the primary level, in which the raw material is extracted and collected to be used in the production process. The second level is Secondary level in which the raw material is manufactured, constructed and assembled in the production facility. The third and the last stage is Commerce, in which the final product is delivered to the retailers and in turns to the customers finally. After this process of commerce, the profits are collected.
The correct answer is B. The second pair of cleats.
The three levels of production include;
1. Primary level- here raw materials are being extracted to the surface of the earth. A good example is fishing and farming.
2. Secondary level is where we have processes and manufacturing where raw materials are converted to finished goods. Assembling and construction is being done in this level where small parts are joint together to form a whole unit. Tertiary is made of services.
3. Commerce. The purpose of this level is to trade. for example, communication, insurance, transport and warehousing.