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adults who work outside the homespend, on average, 100 [#permalink]
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adults who work outside the homespend, on average,
100 minutes less time each week in preparing dinner
than adults who do not work outside the home. But,
contrary to excpectation, comparisons show that the
dinners eaten at home by the two groups of adults do not
differ significantly with respect to nutritional value, variety
of menus, or number of courses.
which one of the following, if true, most helps to resolve the
apparent discrepancy in the information above?
a) The fat content of dinners eaten at home by
adults who do not work outside the home is 25% less
higher than national guidelines recommend.
b)Adults who do not work outside home, tend to prepare
breakfast more often than adults who work outside the home.
c) Adults who work outside the home spend 2 hours less time per day
on all household responsibilities, including dinner preparation, than do adults
who do not work outside the home.
d) Adults who work outside the home eat dinner at
home 20% less often than do adults who do not work outside
e) Adults who work outside the home are less likely to plan dinner
menus well in advance than are adults who do not work outside the home.
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