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# I want to know how "some" is represented in view

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08 Apr 2011, 05:39
vjsharma25 wrote:
I want to know how "some" is represented in view of the given argument.
IMO C
Why are u asking the implications of the word "some "
Is the OA A / E
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08 Apr 2011, 06:41
I got C too. Did not understand the reference to the word " some ".
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08 Apr 2011, 08:09
mundasingh123 wrote:
vjsharma25 wrote:
I want to know how "some" is represented in view of the given argument.
IMO C
Why are u asking the implications of the word "some "
Is the OA A / E

How we can assume that "some" will be at least 4% to fulfill the viability for the political party? We can very well assume that the 26% of people who like to join are entirely different from the 16% who will donate.But "some" can be 1,2,3,10 %.Thts my confusion.
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08 Apr 2011, 19:36
vjsharma25 wrote:
mundasingh123 wrote:
vjsharma25 wrote:
I want to know how "some" is represented in view of the given argument.
IMO C
Why are u asking the implications of the word "some "
Is the OA A / E

How we can assume that "some" will be at least 4% to fulfill the viability for the political party? We can very well assume that the 26% of people who like to join are entirely different from the 16% who will donate.But "some" can be 1,2,3,10 %.Thts my confusion.

I was shocked by the answer , though . It seems like lateral thinking . I hate LSAT . is this representative of GMAT
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08 Apr 2011, 21:55
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mundasingh123 wrote:
I was shocked by the answer , though . It seems like lateral thinking . I hate LSAT . is this representative of GMAT

Now I doubt that. I have done lots of LSAT papers. Some of the questions are really tricky or you can say not the kind of GMAT would test.But still I am unable to distinguish between those which are representative and which are not.
But if you really want to practice the GMAt type LSAT questions,you can go through the Aristotle CR pdf,which is a compilation of this kind of questions.
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