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16 Nov 2006, 13:55
Good luck. Use GMAT OG. Is the best

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16 Nov 2006, 14:02
I am very bad at explaining CRs but I used POE and chose D. I guess this one of the reasons I suck at CRs, something that needs a lot offff work

I hope someone can provide a better explanation and the right answer too
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16 Nov 2006, 16:11
I would choose A, as it shows the additional advantages of unionization over non-unionization. Other choices seem to be out of the scope of the argument.
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16 Nov 2006, 17:06
Straight D.
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16 Nov 2006, 17:17
Yes..D it is

But not clear with the exact meaning of â€œunionized women earn, on average, more than a third more than nonunionized women doâ€
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16 Nov 2006, 17:37
Unionized women are doing the collective bargain for higher wages and ununionized women are reaping the benifit of it in certain industry. D is the answer.

now the math part :
average salary of unionnized women > (1+1/3) * (average salary of ununionized women)
i.e unionized ladies earn 33% more than do their ununionized counter part.
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16 Nov 2006, 17:49
Thanks Swagatalakshmi..
It was almost a quantitative word problem for me.
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16 Nov 2006, 21:27
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17 Nov 2006, 12:50
Got D too ...
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19 Nov 2006, 23:21
D 2.
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20 Nov 2006, 08:25
another D
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