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A movie theatre in Baltimore, last year, the properietor [#permalink] New post 01 Dec 2006, 03:34
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A movie theatre in Baltimore, last year, the properietor decided to sell about one third of his total balcony capacity on the Internet. The response was tremendous. On every new release, the entire on-line capacity was sold out. Today, there are at least 2 million educated and well-heeled consuemrs in USA, wo are ordering everyting from cinema tickets to pizzas and tennis racquets to shirts from the comfort of their offices or homes.

Which of the following can be iferred from the above passage?

1. There is a growing breed of computer -s avvy consumers in Baltimore.
2. It is more comfortable to purchase movie tickes throught he Internet.
3. A retailing revolution is underway in USA with the advent of the Internet.
4. The proprietor of the thetre can profitably decide to sell all the balcony tickets through the Internet.
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Re: CR [#permalink] New post 01 Dec 2006, 04:09
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A movie theatre in Baltimore, last year, the properietor decided to sell about one third of his total balcony capacity on the Internet. The response was tremendous. On every new release, the entire on-line capacity was sold out. Today, there are at least 2 million educated and well-heeled consuemrs in USA, wo are ordering everyting from cinema tickets to pizzas and tennis racquets to shirts from the comfort of their offices or homes.

Which of the following can be iferred from the above passage?

1. There is a growing breed of computer -s avvy consumers in Baltimore.

We are not sure whether the number of computer savvy consumers is increasing.

2. It is more comfortable to purchase movie tickes throught he Internet.

Appears to be inference. But comfortable to whom? Not to everybody.

3. A retailing revolution is underway in USA with the advent of the Internet.

This seems to be a proper inference. My answer

4. The proprietor of the thetre can profitably decide to sell all the balcony tickets through the Internet.

Not an inference. How can somebody say that all the balcony tickets can be sold like that?

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Re: CR [#permalink] New post 01 Dec 2006, 04:20
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A movie theatre in Baltimore, last year, the properietor decided to sell about one third of his total balcony capacity on the Internet. The response was tremendous. On every new release, the entire on-line capacity was sold out. Today, there are at least 2 million educated and well-heeled consuemrs in USA, wo are ordering everyting from cinema tickets to pizzas and tennis racquets to shirts from the comfort of their offices or homes.

Which of the following can be iferred from the above passage?

1. There is a growing breed of computer -s avvy consumers in Baltimore.

We are not sure whether the number of computer savvy consumers is increasing.

2. It is more comfortable to purchase movie tickes throught he Internet.

Appears to be inference. But comfortable to whom? Not to everybody.

3. A retailing revolution is underway in USA with the advent of the Internet.

This seems to be a proper inference. My answer

4. The proprietor of the thetre can profitably decide to sell all the balcony tickets through the Internet.

Not an inference. How can somebody say that all the balcony tickets can be sold like that?


good analysis. but what is 'retailing revolution'. My first answer was B but after reading ur analysis, I am confused between B and C...could you plz explain
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Re: CR [#permalink] New post 01 Dec 2006, 04:26
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ak_idc wrote:
surbab wrote:
A movie theatre in Baltimore, last year, the properietor decided to sell about one third of his total balcony capacity on the Internet. The response was tremendous. On every new release, the entire on-line capacity was sold out. Today, there are at least 2 million educated and well-heeled consuemrs in USA, wo are ordering everyting from cinema tickets to pizzas and tennis racquets to shirts from the comfort of their offices or homes.

Which of the following can be iferred from the above passage?

1. There is a growing breed of computer -s avvy consumers in Baltimore.

We are not sure whether the number of computer savvy consumers is increasing.

2. It is more comfortable to purchase movie tickes throught he Internet.

Appears to be inference. But comfortable to whom? Not to everybody.

3. A retailing revolution is underway in USA with the advent of the Internet.

This seems to be a proper inference. My answer

4. The proprietor of the thetre can profitably decide to sell all the balcony tickets through the Internet.

Not an inference. How can somebody say that all the balcony tickets can be sold like that?


good analysis. but what is 'retailing revolution'. My first answer was B but after reading ur analysis, I am confused between B and C...could you plz explain


Retailing revolution is revolution in retail sector. Revolution in terms of how things are sold. Somebody also can argue by saying that C is out of scope. But if we see the tone of the argument, it sounds, as if something new and important is happening..no?
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 [#permalink] New post 01 Dec 2006, 04:38
I pick C also...

How can we infer that it is more confortable to purchase tikcets online???
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 [#permalink] New post 01 Dec 2006, 07:45
I picked C too ....

It's not just for the movie and for everything people prefer internet shopping
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anwer [#permalink] New post 02 Dec 2006, 00:29
Starting with a specific case, the second part of the question clearly telling that at least two milion well educated and well heeled consumers in USA are utilizing the comfort of internet. This pointing that there is a retail revolution is happening.
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[#permalink] New post 02 Dec 2006, 20:14
My answer is C.

Sale of movie tickets online is an example to support that retail revolution is underway. Its not the main point the author intends to convey. And its not mentioned anywhere in the passage that buying movie tickets online is convenient.
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 [#permalink] New post 02 Dec 2006, 21:51
I pick C too but where is the 5th choice? LOL
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Re: CR [#permalink] New post 02 Dec 2006, 21:58
My Choice is 1

1. There is a growing breed of computer -s avvy consumers in Baltimore.
Seems true based on the statements above
2. It is more comfortable to purchase movie tickes throught he Internet.
Not necessarily true. None of the statements in the argument directly support this
3. A retailing revolution is underway in USA with the advent of the Internet.
Takes it too far.
4. The proprietor of the thetre can profitably decide to sell all the balcony tickets through the Internet.[/quote]
I dont think we have enough information to say this
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Re: CR [#permalink] New post 03 Dec 2006, 01:57
surbab wrote:
A movie theatre in Baltimore, last year, the properietor decided to sell about one third of his total balcony capacity on the Internet. The response was tremendous. On every new release, the entire on-line capacity was sold out. Today, there are at least 2 million educated and well-heeled consuemrs in USA, wo are ordering everyting from cinema tickets to pizzas and tennis racquets to shirts from the comfort of their offices or homes.

Which of the following can be iferred from the above passage?

1. There is a growing breed of computer -s avvy consumers in Baltimore.
2. It is more comfortable to purchase movie tickes throught he Internet.
3. A retailing revolution is underway in USA with the advent of the Internet.
4. The proprietor of the thetre can profitably decide to sell all the balcony tickets through the Internet.


Got stumped by this picked up B intially but agrre with discussions here answer is C
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 [#permalink] New post 03 Dec 2006, 08:11
C is the best .
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Dec 2006, 13:17
C looks to be the only logical ans.
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Re: CR [#permalink] New post 04 Dec 2006, 17:20
surbab wrote:
A movie theatre in Baltimore, last year, the properietor decided to sell about one third of his total balcony capacity on the Internet. The response was tremendous. On every new release, the entire on-line capacity was sold out. Today, there are at least 2 million educated and well-heeled consuemrs in USA, wo are ordering everyting from cinema tickets to pizzas and tennis racquets to shirts from the comfort of their offices or homes.

Which of the following can be iferred from the above passage?

1. There is a growing breed of computer -s avvy consumers in Baltimore.
2. It is more comfortable to purchase movie tickes throught he Internet.
3. A retailing revolution is underway in USA with the advent of the Internet.
4. The proprietor of the thetre can profitably decide to sell all the balcony tickets through the Internet.


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