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Re: Community activist: If Morganville wants to keep its central [#permalink] New post 17 Feb 2012, 11:15
Can someone please explain how to get rid of (b)? I understand the logic for (c) but (b) also makes sense to me.
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Re: Community activist: If Morganville wants to keep its central [#permalink] New post 18 Dec 2012, 19:01
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Can someone please explain how to get rid of (b)? I understand the logic for (c) but (b) also makes sense to me.



I think this is one of those "hairy" CR questions that boils down to 50/50 on the GMAT. I answered this incorrectly BTW.

What I took away from this question is that C is the better choice, because it will either negate the importance of SaveAll entering the market or not.

Take a look at C again:

Let's suppose that after reviewing the proportion of stores that go out of business in other cities, the aggregate data indicates that the 25% bankruptcy rate is very common. Perhaps then, SaveAll's entry in the market is a non issue. But if the 25% figure is not consistent among the cities studied, then maybe SaveAll does have an impact when it enters the market.

That is my reasoning, can anyone see where I could have made a mistake?
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