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Per-capita income last year was $25000. Per-capita income is [#permalink]
16 Feb 2005, 02:39
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Per-capita income last year was $25000. Per-capita income is calculated by dividing total aggregate cash income by the total population. Real median income for families headed by a female, with no husband present, was $29000. Therefore, women wage-earners earned more than the national average.
Which of the following would, if true, weaken the above conclusion?
(A)Per-capita income is calculated in real terms
(B)In 99 percent of the cases, families headed by a female included no other wage-earner.
(C) Average income is not significantly different from median income
(D) The overall average and per-capita income were the same
(E)Only a small proportion of the total wage earners are women family heads.
(2)p:Last year: per capita income = 25000
(1)p:Per capita income = total aggregate cash income/ total population
(3)p:median income for families headed by female=29000
(4)c:women wage earners earned more than nationl average
The conclusion is "women wage earners earned more than the national average"
We need an answer that doesn't support this conclusion.
(B) would be good. It doesn't give other wage earners as a measure against women wage earners.