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Three airlines - IA, JA, and SA - operate on the Detroit-Michigan route. To increase the number of seats sold, SA reduced its fares and this was emulated by IA and JA immediately. The general belief was that the volume of the travel between detroit adn michigan would increase as a result.

Which of teh following , if true, would add credence to the general belief?

1. Increase in profitability of the three airlines.
2. Extension of the discount schme to the other routes.
3. A study that shows that air travellers in US are price-conscious.
4. A study that shows that as much as 80% of air travels in US is company-sponsored.
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 [#permalink] New post 02 Dec 2006, 00:44
Buddy - Why the 5th option is always missing from your CR questions ?

I'll select 3.
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 [#permalink] New post 02 Dec 2006, 08:11
3..
not going for 1 bcos profitability has many other factors..
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Re: CR - Verbal question [#permalink] New post 02 Dec 2006, 09:00
Where is this question from? How can you travel between Detroit and Michigan, when Detroit is in Michigan state. Unless it had said Michigan city, which is in Indiana.

Anyway, the answer should be 3.

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Three airlines - IA, JA, and SA - operate on the Detroit-Michigan route. To increase the number of seats sold, SA reduced its fares and this was emulated by IA and JA immediately. The general belief was that the volume of the travel between detroit adn michigan would increase as a result.

Which of teh following , if true, would add credence to the general belief?

1. Increase in profitability of the three airlines.
2. Extension of the discount schme to the other routes.
3. A study that shows that air travellers in US are price-conscious.
4. A study that shows that as much as 80% of air travels in US is company-sponsored.
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 [#permalink] New post 02 Dec 2006, 22:16
RIDICULOUS QUESTION

LOL, no choice E, looks like GMAT of 1960s
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 [#permalink] New post 03 Dec 2006, 00:41
surbab's 2 posts here are both ridiculous questions.

First the argument sounds like translated from another language using bable fish.

2nd, only 4 choices. lol.
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 [#permalink] New post 03 Dec 2006, 05:05
tennis_ball wrote:
surbab's 2 posts here are both ridiculous questions.

First the argument sounds like translated from another language using bable fish.

2nd, only 4 choices. lol.


Guys, relax. :wink:

He could be posting from a source that is meant for some other exam.
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