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Seeb Inc. is considering Option 2 which is estimated to have sales of OMR 40,000 and
costs of OMR 15,500. The company currently has Option 1 with sales of OMR 37,000 and
costs of OMR
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Seeb Inc. is considering Option 2 which is estimated to have sales of OMR 40,000 and costs of OMR 15,500. The company currently has Option 1 with sales of OMR 37,000 and costs of OMR Instructions Compare plans using incremental analysis.

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