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In 1985 in the country of Alissia, farmers brought to  [#permalink] New post 07 Apr 2004, 05:36
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In 1985 in the country of Alissia, farmers brought to
market a broccoli crop that was one-and-a-half
times as large as the 1985 broccoli crop in its neigh-
bor country, Barbera. Yet total quantities of broccoli
available for sale to consumers in Alissia were
smaller than were total quantities in Barbera in 1985.

Which of the following, if true in 1985, contributes
most to an explanation of why there was less broc-
coli available for sale to consumers in Alissia than in
Barbera?
(A) Barbera's farmers produced much more
cabbage than did Alissia's farmers.
(B)Barbera's farmers produced fewer heads of
broccoli per acre than did Alissia's farmers.
(C) Alissia exported a much higher proportion of
its broccoli crop than did Barbera.
(D) Broccoli was much more popular among
consumers in Alissia than in Barbera.
(E) Alissia had more land suitable for growing
broccoli than did Barbera.
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Apr 2004, 06:24
Pretty straightforward, C it is
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Re: In 1985 in the country of Alissia, farmers brought to [#permalink] New post 24 Aug 2012, 10:45
I found nice discussion on this question here
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