Which of the following, if true, most calls in question the argument that BCC will make a large profit from this contract with Megalimpet? A. All the carpets will have to be transported by train from BCC factory in Louisville, KY, to Megalimpet's locations from coast to coast. B. BCC has already supplied carpets to a number of restaurant chains, and some of those spaces are as large as Megalimpet's largest office spaces. C. The carpet installation teams will have to cut different sizes of the carpets for the different size office suites in the Megalimpet buildings. D. The material in BCC carpets degrades rapidly when it comes into contact with standard toner, found in most laser printers and photocopiers; the degraded sections are unsightly and smell bad, so they often need to be replaced. E. The next competing bid after BCC's was 50% higher than BCC's bid.