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Considering the following pricing concepts; Markup Methods (markup on Total Cost, Variable Cost, and Product Cost) and Target Costing, explain when it is appropriate (and why) to use each of the methods. (Hint: use multiple choice questions 1 and 2 to start you in the right direction.

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