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Basically the two statistics given are different ways of slicing the same pie i.e taxable income from foreigh sources (lets call it X). One statistics says that 57% of X comes from 38 companies with net income > 100 million whereas the other one says that 60% of X comes from 200 returns which report income from > 10 countries. So from these two statements it must be true that some companies with revenue of > 100 million must have operations in > 10 countries which is what D conveys.
Allabout, can you provide the OA and OE when you get a chance. I want to make sure my logic is right (I am pretty bad at these % CR problems...trying to improve)
hmmm....I thought through E and I decided against it. Here is my reasoning - 200 returns reporting income from > 10 countries constitute 60% of X. So there is another 40% whose income is from <= 10 countries. Now parallely companies with income > 100 million account for 53% of X. So another 43% of X is by companies with income < 100 million. So from these two you only conlcude that some of the first category is in the second (as D says) and not most of second is in first (as E says). Maybe I am missing something here...
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