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Question: Discuss the extent to which knowledge of XED is likely to be important to a firm supplying that product

In this case, how should I structure it?

I would like to say that 'XED will depend on the number of substitutes and how close the substitutes are.'
Should I put this in my analysis paragraph or evaluation paragraph? The mark scheme - I guess- indicates to write in evaluation but otherwise, I think I won't be able to achieve 4 points for just discussing the reasons for positive signs and the strength of numerical value for substitutes (and 4 points for the same discussion for complements)
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Generally, for an extent question, it's good to have some positives/reasons something is important, and then at least one well-developed point on negatives/alternatives that say why something isn't important. Evaluation and links to Q are ideally made throughout. Then a conclusion wherein a clear judgement is made.

Personally, I would probably use that phrase as an opening sentence for the whole piece, but I wouldn't be much use to you in regards to 'evaluation' or 'analysis' paragraph as those aren't terms we tend to use in my lessons. Sorry! Hope that this overall helps all the same.
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