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All of the cargo ships of the Blue Star Line

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All of the cargo ships of the Blue Star Line are over
100 meters long, and all of its passenger ships are
under 100 meters long. Most of the ships of the Blue
Star Line were built before 1980. All of the passenger
and cargo ships of the Gold Star line were built after
1980, and all are under 100 meters long. The
dockside facilities of Port Tropica, which is open only
to ships of these two lines, can accommodate only
those ships that are less than 100 meters long. The
S.S. Coral is a cargo ship that is currently docked at
Port Tropica.

If the statements above are true, which one of the
following must be true on the basis of them?

(A) The S.S. Coral was built after 1980.
(B) The S.S. Coral belongs to the Blue Star Line.
(C) Port Tropica is served only by cargo ships.
(D) Port Tropica is not served by ships of the Blue
Star Line.
(E) All of the ships of the Blue Star Line are older
than any of the ships of the Gold Star Line.

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Re: All of the cargo ships of the Blue Star Line  [#permalink]

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New post 18 Jun 2017, 09:30
Akela wrote:
All of the cargo ships of the Blue Star Line are over
100 meters long, and all of its passenger ships are
under 100 meters long. Most of the ships of the Blue
Star Line were built before 1980. All of the passenger
and cargo ships of the Gold Star line were built after
1980, and all are under 100 meters long. The
dockside facilities of Port Tropica, which is open only
to ships of these two lines, can accommodate only
those ships that are less than 100 meters long. The
S.S. Coral is a cargo ship that is currently docked at
Port Tropica.

If the statements above are true, which one of the
following must be true on the basis of them?

(A) The S.S. Coral was built after 1980.
(B) The S.S. Coral belongs to the Blue Star Line.
(C) Port Tropica is served only by cargo ships.
(D) Port Tropica is not served by ships of the Blue
Star Line.
(E) All of the ships of the Blue Star Line are older
than any of the ships of the Gold Star Line.


Blue Star
-> All cargo ships are >100 meters.
-> All passenger ships are <100 meters.

Gold Star
-> All ships built after 1980 and are <100 metres.

Port Tropica - Only accommodate ships <100 meters.

A - Must be true as it meets all the criteria.
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A...this shows clear relation, If it was cargo ship at Port tropicana, it has to be from Gold Line Star since the cargo ships are less than 100 metres and can be accommodated in port tropicana Dock and all Gold line ships are built after 1980.

All of the cargo ships of the Blue Star Line are over
100 meters long, and all of its passenger ships are
under 100 meters long. Most of the ships of the Blue
Star Line were built before 1980. All of the passenger
and cargo ships of the Gold Star line were built after
1980, and all are under 100 meters long. The
dockside facilities of Port Tropica, which is open only
to ships of these two lines, can accommodate only
those ships that are less than 100 meters long. The
S.S. Coral is a cargo ship that is currently docked at
Port Tropica.

If the statements above are true, which one of the
following must be true on the basis of them?

(A) The S.S. Coral was built after 1980.
(B) The S.S. Coral belongs to the Blue Star Line.
(C) Port Tropica is served only by cargo ships.
(D) Port Tropica is not served by ships of the Blue
Star Line.
(E) All of the ships of the Blue Star Line are older
than any of the ships of the Gold Star Line.
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Re: All of the cargo ships of the Blue Star Line  [#permalink]

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New post 18 Jun 2017, 09:38
Akela wrote:
All of the cargo ships of the Blue Star Line are over
100 meters long, and all of its passenger ships are
under 100 meters long. Most of the ships of the Blue
Star Line were built before 1980. All of the passenger
and cargo ships of the Gold Star line were built after
1980, and all are under 100 meters long. The
dockside facilities of Port Tropica, which is open only
to ships of these two lines, can accommodate only
those ships that are less than 100 meters long. The
S.S. Coral is a cargo ship that is currently docked at
Port Tropica.

If the statements above are true, which one of the
following must be true on the basis of them?

(A) The S.S. Coral was built after 1980.
(B) The S.S. Coral belongs to the Blue Star Line.
(C) Port Tropica is served only by cargo ships.
(D) Port Tropica is not served by ships of the Blue
Star Line.
(E) All of the ships of the Blue Star Line are older
than any of the ships of the Gold Star Line.


Alot of information in argument ..
But only A satisfy all the criteria ...
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Re: All of the cargo ships of the Blue Star Line  [#permalink]

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Akela wrote:
All of the cargo ships of the Blue Star Line are over
100 meters long, and all of its passenger ships are
under 100 meters long. Most of the ships of the Blue
Star Line were built before 1980. All of the passenger
and cargo ships of the Gold Star line were built after
1980, and all are under 100 meters long. The
dockside facilities of Port Tropica, which is open only
to ships of these two lines, can accommodate only
those ships that are less than 100 meters long. The
S.S. Coral is a cargo ship that is currently docked at
Port Tropica.

If the statements above are true, which one of the
following must be true on the basis of them?

(A) The S.S. Coral was built after 1980.
(B) The S.S. Coral belongs to the Blue Star Line.
(C) Port Tropica is served only by cargo ships.
(D) Port Tropica is not served by ships of the Blue
Star Line.
(E) All of the ships of the Blue Star Line are older
than any of the ships of the Gold Star Line.



Hi Experts,

What is the significance of line - Most of the ships of the Blue
Star Line were built before 1980.
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