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The worldâ€™s best coffee beans come from Colombia.
The more Colombian beans in a blend of coffee, the
better the blend, and no company purchases more
Colombian beans than Kreemo Coffee. Inc. So it
only stands to reason that if you buy a can of
Kreemoâ€™s coffee, youâ€™re buying the best blended
coffee available today.

is flawed because it overlooks the possibility that

(A) the equipment used by Kreemo to blend and
package its coffee is no different from that
used by most other coffee producers

(B) not all of Kreemoâ€™s competitors use Colombian
coffee beans in the blends of coffee they sell

(C) Kreemo sells more coffee than does any other
company

(D) Kreemoâ€™s coffee is the most expensive blended
coffee available today

(E) the best unblended coffee is better than the best
blended coffee
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27 Aug 2004, 02:29
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27 Aug 2004, 09:21
I think it's beneficial to discuss questions that have been previously discussed. Reading a link in a forum without having the ability to feel out the question is not conducive to comprehension.

I'm going to ignore that link and go with C.
If they sell more, they buy more. This doesn't necessarily mean there bean count per blend is higher than the next guys.
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27 Aug 2004, 12:56
I agree with Sige's point, just b/c a question has been discussed in teh past (way back in March too!), doesn't mean we should have a discussion for those who are not familiar with the q.
I also go with C
just b/c they buy more than anyone else, doesn't mean that they use more than anyone else in their coffee -- this can be assumed b/c they sell more coffee than the rest
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28 Aug 2004, 05:07
C-- if they sell more coffee then there is a chance that % of col. beans is less
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