Income Tax : GMAT Critical Reasoning (CR)
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21 Mar 2011, 04:18
In this question, we need to choose the naswer that best supports the passage and the plan.
Only D seems to support the pasage.

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21 Mar 2011, 11:23
I got the answer by POE.

To vindicate D my reasoning is - the smaller piece of a big cake is better than a larger piece of small cake. (Percentage matters). So if they avoid the 10% high earners, the IRS is at fault.

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In this question, we need to choose the naswer that best supports the passage and the plan.
Only D seems to support the pasage.

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22 Mar 2011, 12:25
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