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# Consumer income reports produced by the govern- ment

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2. Consumer income reports produced by the govern-
ment distinguish between households and families by
means of the following definition: "A family is a
household containing a householder and at least one
person related to the householder." Except for the
homeless and people in group living quarters, most
people live in households.

According to the definition above, which of the
following must be true?
(A) All householders are members of families.
(B) All families include a householder.
(C) All of the people related to a householder form
a family.
(D) Some people residing in group living quarters
are members of families.
(E) Some homeless people reside in group living
quarters.
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19 Apr 2004, 08:07
Yeah, B sounds like the best answer.

C is wrong because people related to a householder may not live in the same household with the householder and so do not form a family.
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20 Apr 2004, 12:29
Close one between B and C, I chose C... Upon second reading, I agree with B.
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20 Apr 2004, 16:10
I feel B is the best answer.
But i don't find anything wrong with A also.
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20 Apr 2004, 16:42
OA is B. Anand, what method do you use for these kind of problems? Do you use a venn diagram.

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20 Apr 2004, 17:19
Well I did not use the Venn Diagram here. I just looked at the definition of a family. A family has to have minimum two people and one of them is always the householder. So the converse is true right because of the word "always"
You can use venn diagram for this.
20 Apr 2004, 17:19
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