Purchasing Video Games by Christopher Lam

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Assumptions and predictions on buying games on EB games
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Purchasing Video Games by Christopher Lam

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  • Assignment
1 Go to EB Games to buy games on Sale

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  • Assumption: EB games is limited to Canada. 
  • Assumption taxes differ from province to province.
  • Assumption: Special taxes outside of the regular taxes of certain provinces may still be charged. (Note: This isn't to be compared with Canada real life, but have heard of some weird taxes somewhere).
  • Assumption: No ban on any of the series are taking place as it would have not been on sale in the first place
1.1 Budget (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: total purchase ranges from bare minimum to  extravagant.
  • Assumption:Game price range= $5-$100 (Scenario)
  • Assumption: You have a limit to what you can buy.
  • Assumption: All games are the same price
1.1.1 Enough to buy one game (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: any one game regardless of price range unless stated otherwise
1.1.1.1 Enough to buy a cheaper game on sale (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: Let's say that the cheaper selections are around $5-$30. (Scenario)
1.1.1.1.1 Budget is limited (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: Let's say your budget is $6 (Scenario)
  • Assumption: cannot buy the games at $30 (Scenario)
1.1.1.1.1.1 May not be able to afford certain cheaper games if other fees are included (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: If let's say a game is $5 and a 13% tax is applied, you can still buy the game, BUT if other fess such as shipping fees are more that 45 cents, you wouldn't be able to afford the game.
1.1.1.1.1.1.1 Total Purchase (Method)

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  • Assumption: Cannot be $30 (Scenario)
  • Assumption: Likely $5 (Scenario)
  • Assumption: Total $6 if previous assumption is taken into account. (Scenario)
  • Asumption: ($30-$5)/2= $12.50 Chances are one's budget in this case would be likely be around the ranges $5 to $12.50. (Scenario)
1.1.1.1.2 Taxes and other fees may still apply (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: Taxes may include fees outside of the regular taxes depending on province laws. 
  • Assumption: Other fees may include shipping, handling, ordering, and etc.
  • Assumption: Being Ontario: -HST= 0.13% -PST =0.08% -GST=0.05% (Scenario)
1.1.1.1.2.1 Has enough money to buy any cheap game regardless of fees (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: you got enough money for any one of the games on sale., but is willing to buy only one or enough for a specific one. 
1.1.1.1.2.1.1 Total Purchase (Method)

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  • Assumption: Have more than $30, but is only willing to buy a specific game  (Scenario)
1.1.1.1.2.2 May have limitations to which fees maybe payable (Atribute)

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  • Assumption: Can pay the tax amount, but not the shipping or other fees applied.
1.1.1.1.2.2.1 Total Purchase (Method)

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  • Assumption: Budget cannot go over $30 (Scenario)
  • Assumption: Maybe able to pay taxes, but not other fees. (Scenario)
  • Assumption: Maybe able to pay tax and most fees , but unable to pay for rest. (Scenario)
1.1.1.2 All games are the same price (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: Let say all games cost $15 (Scenario)
  • Assumption: As all games are in the same pricing, we assume that your budget is $15 or a bit more. However, does not have enough to buy two (Scenario)
1.1.1.2.1 Can pay for any one game, regardless of fees (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: Has more than $15, but less than $29.99. Otherwise buying 2 games is possible. (Scenario)
1.1.1.2.1.1 Total Purchase (Method)

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  • Assumption: pocket change range= $15-$29.99 (Scenario)
1.1.1.2.2 Limited selection (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: Taxes and other fees may apply
  • Assumption: Only got $15 (Scenario)
1.1.1.2.2.1 Total purchase (Method)

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  • Assumption: Have $15 in pocket (Scenario)
  • Assumption: Can pay only for taxes 
  • Assumption: Can pay for tax and some of the other fees, but would stil not be able to pay up.
1.1.2 Enough to buy multiple games (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: Budget is $300
1.1.2.1 Can buy multiple cheap games (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: Cheap games ranges from $5-$30 (Scenario)
  • Assumption: The cheaper games, the more games one can purchase
1.1.2.1.1 buying a mix of taxable/non-taxable games (Method)

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  • Assumption: Other fees are not included
1.1.2.1.1.1 Total Purchase (Method)

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  • Assumption: Min=$5+(5+5*0.13)=$10.65 Max=$300 (Scenario)
1.1.2.2 Can buy any number of game as long as budget allows it (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: Can only buy games up to $280
  • Assumption: Takes into account both expensive and cheap games on sales
1.1.2.2.1 Total Purchase (Method)

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  • Assumption: can buy any number of games withing $280 (Scenario)
1.1.2.3 Buying all non-taxable (Method)

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  • Assumption: Straight-up $5-30
1.1.2.3.1 Other fees may apply (Attribute)

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  • Assumption: Game may have to be shipped,
1.1.2.3.1.1 Purchase total (Method)

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  • Assumption: With a budget of $300, it could've been 10-60 games, but with shipping on some, cost may vary and number of games has decreased
1.1.2.3.2 Total Purchase (Method)

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  • Assumption: Straight up 10-60 games
1.1.2.4 Buying all taxable games(Attribute)

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  • Assumption: taxes may vary
1.1.2.4.1 Buy it in province (Method)

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  • Assumption: -HST= 0.13 -GST=0.05 -PST=0.08 (Scenario)
1.1.2.4.1.1 Total Purchase (Method)

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  • Assumption:  -Min: $11.30 (HST) -Max: $299.95 (HST) -Min:$ 5.40(PST) -Max:$297(PST) -Min: $10.50(GST) -Max: $299.25(GST) (Scenario)
  • Formula: -Min: (5+5*[insert 0.13, 0.08, or 0.05])*2 -Max:(5+5*[Insert 0.13,0.08,0.05])*number of games possible under $300
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