GMAT Question of the Day - Daily to your Mailbox; hard ones only

It is currently 20 Jun 2018, 14:20

Close

GMAT Club Daily Prep

Thank you for using the timer - this advanced tool can estimate your performance and suggest more practice questions. We have subscribed you to Daily Prep Questions via email.

Customized
for You

we will pick new questions that match your level based on your Timer History

Track
Your Progress

every week, we’ll send you an estimated GMAT score based on your performance

Practice
Pays

we will pick new questions that match your level based on your Timer History

Not interested in getting valuable practice questions and articles delivered to your email? No problem, unsubscribe here.

Close

Request Expert Reply

Confirm Cancel

Events & Promotions

Events & Promotions in June
Open Detailed Calendar

Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is

  new topic post reply Question banks Downloads My Bookmarks Reviews Important topics  
Author Message
TAGS:

Hide Tags

7 KUDOS received
Senior Manager
Senior Manager
avatar
P
Status: To infinity and beyond
Joined: 26 Sep 2017
Posts: 265
Location: India
Concentration: Finance, Technology
GMAT 1: 660 Q50 V30
GPA: 3.31
WE: Engineering (Computer Software)
Reviews Badge CAT Tests
Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 25 Apr 2018, 03:09
7
2
00:00
A
B
C
D
E

Difficulty:

  95% (hard)

Question Stats:

38% (01:15) correct 62% (01:23) wrong based on 347 sessions

HideShow timer Statistics

Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is supplied by Mother Dairy, a large establishment that has been around for fifty years, through distribution centers. However, in the past six months, four of Mother Dairy distribution centers have closed down, and no new ones have opened up. It is clear that Mother Dairy’s sales volumes and revenues this year will be less compared to those last year.
The argument depends on which of the following assumption?


A Mother Dairys sales volumes and revenues were much higher last year compared to the year before.
B Mother Dairys operating expenses have not seen a reduction from last year to this year.
C The distribution centers that have remained open have sold less volumes of milk this year than they did last year.
D Very soon, Mother Dairy will no longer be able to monopolize the milk market in Hamilton County.
E Mother Dairy is not one of the businesses that get most of their business from customers outside Hamilton County.

Source:Crackverbal

_________________

Please give kudos if you like my post.Thanks

1 KUDOS received
Director
Director
avatar
G
Joined: 21 May 2013
Posts: 646
Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 25 Apr 2018, 04:03
1
I think C is surely better than E here. This looks like a very poor imitation of an official question by CV . If we assume E as the answer here, if MO gets most of its business from outside Hamilton, this will hold true for the remaining centers also, so sales volume and revenue will go down keeping everything else constant.
GMATNinja
VeritasPrepKarishma
VP
VP
User avatar
D
Status: It's near - I can see.
Joined: 13 Apr 2013
Posts: 1049
Location: India
Concentration: International Business, Operations
GMAT 1: 480 Q38 V22
GPA: 3.01
WE: Engineering (Consulting)
Premium Member Reviews Badge
Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 25 Apr 2018, 05:26
devikeerthansr wrote:
Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is supplied by Mother Dairy, a large establishment that has been around for fifty years, through distribution centers. However, in the past six months, four of Mother Dairy distribution centers have closed down, and no new ones have opened up. It is clear that Mother Dairy’s sales volumes and revenues this year will be less compared to those last year.


The argument depends on which of the following assumption?


A Mother Dairy's sales volumes and revenues were much higher last year compared to the year before.

B Mother Dairy's operating expenses have not seen a reduction from last year to this year.

C The distribution centers that have remained open have sold less volumes of milk this year than they did last year.

D Very soon, Mother Dairy will no longer be able to monopolize the milk market in Hamilton County.

E Mother Dairy is not one of the businesses that get most of their business from customers outside Hamilton County.


Though I marked C, E seems more closer.


A, B, and D are Irrelevant.

C compares the volume difference for this year and last year, but we don't know how much the difference.

It may be very less or very high. Less volume does not mean less revenue. It may happen the rates might have increased.

E assumes that MD has most of it's business established in HC, so assuming that E is better than C, but not convincing.

As the premise says MD is a very large establishment we can expect that 4 outlets is a negligible number. Argument is assuming

that MD is not much flourished in HC, so closing of 4 outlets will affect the revenues.


More suggestions are welcome.
_________________

"Success is not as glamorous as people tell you. It's a lot of hours spent in the darkness."

Senior Manager
Senior Manager
avatar
G
Joined: 02 Apr 2014
Posts: 485
GMAT 1: 700 Q50 V34
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 26 Apr 2018, 20:31
Negating C DOES NOT crash the conclusion

Negated C: The distribution centers that have remained open have sold same volumes of milk this year as they did last year,
but still because of other closed distributed centers it will loose sales and revenues.

C shell game answer.
Intern
Intern
avatar
B
Joined: 03 Feb 2018
Posts: 30
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 29 Apr 2018, 16:07
A Mother Dairys sales volumes and revenues were much higher last year compared to the year before.
B Mother Dairys operating expenses have not seen a reduction from last year to this year.
C The distribution centers that have remained open have sold less volumes of milk this year than they did last year.
D Very soon, Mother Dairy will no longer be able to monopolize the milk market in Hamilton County.
E Mother Dairy is not one of the businesses that get most of their business from customers outside Hamilton County.

Not convinced that E should be the answer and here's why:

Option E says: "Mother Dairy is not one of the businesses that get most of their business from customers outside Hamilton County." In other words, Mother Dairy IS a business that gets most of its business from customer from within Hamilton county. Nowhere in the passage it is mentioned that MD has distribution centers in Hamilton county. It could possibly have distribution centers within or outside the county limits. The milk requirements for Hamilton county are being met primarily by MD and this does not necessary mean MDs main customers are Hamilton county residents. Thus E is not an assumption necessary for the conclusion.

The only valid conclusion that comes close is C because if the distribution centers which are to remain open sell less, then yes, their total sales and revenues will naturally be affected.
Intern
Intern
avatar
B
Joined: 03 Feb 2018
Posts: 30
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 29 Apr 2018, 16:12
I don't think this question is representative of an actual GMAT question. Is there a way on GMAT club to apply multiple filters to narrow down on questions? For e.g. I want to attempt, all CR, 700 level, OG, GMAC paper questions only.
1 KUDOS received
Director
Director
User avatar
P
Joined: 23 Sep 2015
Posts: 511
GMAT ToolKit User Reviews Badge
Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 29 Apr 2018, 17:53
1
Hi sid,

I think you are looking for something like this .
https://gmatclub.com/forum/search.php?view=search_tags

Though i suggest you not to go for official stuff straight. Go for making a strong base first, then only focus on official stuff. good luck.
_________________

Thanks!
Do give some kudos.

Best Gmat Resource:
GmatPrep CR|GmatPrep SC|GmatPrep RC

Intern
Intern
avatar
B
Joined: 03 Feb 2018
Posts: 30
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 29 Apr 2018, 19:40
aragonn wrote:
Hi sid,

I think you are looking for something like this .
https://gmatclub.com/forum/search.php?view=search_tags

Though i suggest you not to go for official stuff straight. Go for making a strong base first, then only focus on official stuff. good luck.


I am attempting to do that but then every now and then I come across questions like these on GMATClub which "feel" not representative of the official GMAT and there is no official explanation from a qualified professional. And I have read several people say that practicing from the official materials is the best use of time. What do you advise?

Thanks for the link BTW, sent some sweet kudos your way. :-)
Director
Director
User avatar
P
Joined: 23 Sep 2015
Posts: 511
GMAT ToolKit User Reviews Badge
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 29 Apr 2018, 21:33
Thanks for that Sid.

About that I want to point you to a different direction here. What I want to suggest is that you should have your own framework for every question type and every situation. use your framework to the question. and once in a while if framework fails on non official question, you should not mind it.accept their solution and move on. Not all questions are bad. What is important is official question. Once you attempt a question, read solutions others have given. find if there is any gaps in your thinking.
_________________

Thanks!
Do give some kudos.

Best Gmat Resource:
GmatPrep CR|GmatPrep SC|GmatPrep RC

Intern
Intern
avatar
B
Joined: 03 Feb 2018
Posts: 30
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 29 Apr 2018, 22:21
aragonn wrote:
Thanks for that Sid.

About that I want to point you to a different direction here. What I want to suggest is that you should have your own framework for every question type and every situation. use your framework to the question. and once in a while if framework fails on non official question, you should not mind it.accept their solution and move on. Not all questions are bad. What is important is official question. Once you attempt a question, read solutions others have given. find if there is any gaps in your thinking.


For assumption questions, I usually go with my gut and internal reasoning versus the norm on gmatclub: negate the response to see if the conclusion still stands because I feel negating each answer type takes longer and confuses me further, not sure if I can explain it. Do you think internal reasoning/going with your gut is a framework that can help with assumption CR in the long term?
Director
Director
User avatar
P
Joined: 23 Sep 2015
Posts: 511
GMAT ToolKit User Reviews Badge
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 29 Apr 2018, 22:49
sidvarma wrote:
For assumption questions, I usually go with my gut and internal reasoning versus the norm on gmatclub: negate the response to see if the conclusion still stands because I feel negating each answer type takes longer and confuses me further, not sure if I can explain it. Do you think internal reasoning/going with your gut is a framework that can help with assumption CR in the long term?


Ofcourse not. and i suggest nothing should be on gut feel. there should be a solid base for everything. Let me tell you what i would do. No matter what question is I will find the conclusion. Such as in this case.

Conclusion: Mother Dairy’s sales volumes and revenues this year will be less compared to those last year. why this is happening? - in the past six months, four of Mother Dairy distribution centers have closed down, and no new ones have opened up.

Now before going to read any answer choice, pre-think. Ask your self why things are happening. such as in this case. my pre-thinking - i say nothing new supply of MD is coming up. and there is no new demand. Basically I applied demand and supply. You should read a bit about it. Mind that pre-thinking is needed so that you have some idea of the direction for answer. It need not to be true.

Now always Use POE. you need to remove 4 wrong answers. Here is my elimination process.

A. Mother Dairys sales volumes and revenues were much higher last year compared to the year before. ---- Yes but how this is related to the sales of upcoming year. No way.

B. Mother Dairys operating expenses have not seen a reduction from last year to this year. --- again operation expense will not affect next yr sales. although it will be a load on revenue.

C. The distribution centers that have remained open have sold less volumes of milk this year than they did last year. ---- Suppose 10 stores were there. 4 of them were closed. remaining 6 suppose running on full capacity. can they get the same sales ?

D. Very soon, Mother Dairy will no longer be able to monopolize the milk market in Hamilton County. --- Out of scope.

E. Mother Dairy is not one of the businesses that get most of their business from customers outside Hamilton County. --- What if yes for this.if all milk is sent outside then closing these centers is a good idea for sales and revenue. closing will save some revenue in these centers. so conclusion falls. This option must be true.

Hope it helped.
_________________

Thanks!
Do give some kudos.

Best Gmat Resource:
GmatPrep CR|GmatPrep SC|GmatPrep RC

Director
Director
User avatar
P
Joined: 26 Aug 2016
Posts: 602
Location: India
Concentration: Strategy, Marketing
GMAT 1: 690 Q50 V33
GMAT 2: 700 Q50 V33
GPA: 4
WE: Consulting (Consulting)
Premium Member Reviews Badge CAT Tests
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 31 May 2018, 11:36
aragonn wrote:
sidvarma wrote:
For assumption questions, I usually go with my gut and internal reasoning versus the norm on gmatclub: negate the response to see if the conclusion still stands because I feel negating each answer type takes longer and confuses me further, not sure if I can explain it. Do you think internal reasoning/going with your gut is a framework that can help with assumption CR in the long term?


Ofcourse not. and i suggest nothing should be on gut feel. there should be a solid base for everything. Let me tell you what i would do. No matter what question is I will find the conclusion. Such as in this case.

Conclusion: Mother Dairy’s sales volumes and revenues this year will be less compared to those last year. why this is happening? - in the past six months, four of Mother Dairy distribution centers have closed down, and no new ones have opened up.

Now before going to read any answer choice, pre-think. Ask your self why things are happening. such as in this case. my pre-thinking - i say nothing new supply of MD is coming up. and there is no new demand. Basically I applied demand and supply. You should read a bit about it. Mind that pre-thinking is needed so that you have some idea of the direction for answer. It need not to be true.

Now always Use POE. you need to remove 4 wrong answers. Here is my elimination process.

A. Mother Dairys sales volumes and revenues were much higher last year compared to the year before. ---- Yes but how this is related to the sales of upcoming year. No way.

B. Mother Dairys operating expenses have not seen a reduction from last year to this year. --- again operation expense will not affect next yr sales. although it will be a load on revenue.

C. The distribution centers that have remained open have sold less volumes of milk this year than they did last year. ---- Suppose 10 stores were there. 4 of them were closed. remaining 6 suppose running on full capacity. can they get the same sales ?

D. Very soon, Mother Dairy will no longer be able to monopolize the milk market in Hamilton County. --- Out of scope.

E. Mother Dairy is not one of the businesses that get most of their business from customers outside Hamilton County. --- What if yes for this.if all milk is sent outside then closing these centers is a good idea for sales and revenue. closing will save some revenue in these centers. so conclusion falls. This option must be true.

Hope it helped.

How can you suppose that they are running in full capacity. Previously they ran on normal capacity.
C tells that they did not increase sales from these opened.

Suppose MD owns 10 distribution centers each used to sell 10Million packets of milk. 4 - closed down.
C is saying these 6 distribution centers did not sell more packets to compensate for the 40 million packets sales difference.

So i opted C.
E says: what if its business is outside than inside. - Still it lost 4 outlets, and it will not affect anything. I think this is irrelevant. So what if people buy from outside city. We don't know whether each of the distributors will sell more this time in outside or will sell less outside.

abhimahna, GMATNinja Can you please tell me where am going wrong. Am still not sure why E is right. I have given my reasoning in above statements.

Thank you
Intern
Intern
avatar
B
Joined: 15 Jul 2014
Posts: 9
Premium Member CAT Tests
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 31 May 2018, 22:58
devikeerthansr wrote:
Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is supplied by Mother Dairy, a large establishment that has been around for fifty years, through distribution centers. However, in the past six months, four of Mother Dairy distribution centers have closed down, and no new ones have opened up. It is clear that Mother Dairy’s sales volumes and revenues this year will be less compared to those last year.
The argument depends on which of the following assumption?


A Mother Dairys sales volumes and revenues were much higher last year compared to the year before.
B Mother Dairys operating expenses have not seen a reduction from last year to this year.
C The distribution centers that have remained open have sold less volumes of milk this year than they did last year.
D Very soon, Mother Dairy will no longer be able to monopolize the milk market in Hamilton County.
E Mother Dairy is not one of the businesses that get most of their business from customers outside Hamilton County.

Source:Crackverbal


Premise 1: Hamilton County's milk product demand is met by Mother Dairy
Premise 2: 4 of Mother Dairy's distribution centers have been closed and no new ones have been opened.
Conclusion: Sales Volume and Revenue of Mother Dairy will be less this year compared to previous year.

Pre-thinking: Other stores of Mother Dairy didn't generate enough revenue to increase the overall revenue of Mother Dairy.

It comes down to C and E. My two cents is on C. Because, C states that the other distribution centers have sold less volumes of milk this year than last year. Notice here that it doesn't say anything about Hamilton County. Those distribution centers can be anywhere. (within/outside Hamilton County). Point is, overall Sales hasn't gone up and surely this will be less than sales of previous year.

Now, Option E. Option E states that,

"Mother Dairy is not of the businesses that get most of their business from customers outside Hamilton County"

Now, look at the premise 2. Premise 2 never says that the closed distribution centers are in Hamilton County. It just merely says, out of existing distribution centers, 4 are closed. Now, negate the assumption. Let Mother Dairy has all of its business from outside Hamilton county.

1.Where are the distribution centers closed? No.

2.Does this breaks the conclusion by saying anything about Revenue/Sales? No

3. Is there any relation b/w having distribution centers in Hamilton and outside Hamilton and Sales/Revenue? No

So the answer choice is C.
Board of Directors
User avatar
V
Status: Stepping into my 10 years long dream
Joined: 18 Jul 2015
Posts: 3649
Premium Member Reviews Badge CAT Tests
Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 01 Jun 2018, 03:07
Nightmare007 wrote:
How can you suppose that they are running in full capacity. Previously they ran on normal capacity.
C tells that they did not increase sales from these opened.

Suppose MD owns 10 distribution centers each used to sell 10Million packets of milk. 4 - closed down.
C is saying these 6 distribution centers did not sell more packets to compensate for the 40 million packets sales difference.

So i opted C.
E says: what if its business is outside than inside. - Still it lost 4 outlets, and it will not affect anything. I think this is irrelevant. So what if people buy from outside city. We don't know whether each of the distributors will sell more this time in outside or will sell less outside.

abhimahna, GMATNinja Can you please tell me where am going wrong. Am still not sure why E is right. I have given my reasoning in above statements.

Thank you


Hey Nightmare007 ,

I understood what made you go wrong.

Option C is saying the remaining centers sold less volume. Now, this could be a strengthener but not an assumption. So, if you negate this statement: "They didn't sell less volume". This means they are selling either equal or more. If more, our conclusion is broken apart but if equal, it strengthens the conclusion.

Now, let's talk about option E.

E is saying they are not getting most of their business from outside. Notice the word "MOST". If I say, yes they have most of their business from outside, that means closing of those 4 centers in the state won't impact much and hence the conclusion is broken.

But if they are getting everything from within the state, they will surely have a great impact. Hence, E is the correct answer.

Remember: An assumption is something if negated breaks the conclusion apart.

Does that make sense?
_________________

My GMAT Story: From V21 to V40
My MBA Journey: My 10 years long MBA Dream
My Secret Hacks: Best way to use GMATClub
Verbal Resources: All SC Resources at one place | All CR Resources at one place
Blog: Subscribe to Question of the Day Blog

GMAT Club Inbuilt Error Log Functionality - View More.
NEW VISA FORUM - Ask all your Visa Related Questions - here.

How to use an Error Log? Check out my tips!



Find a bug in the new email templates and get rewarded with 2 weeks of GMATClub Tests for free

Director
Director
User avatar
P
Joined: 26 Aug 2016
Posts: 602
Location: India
Concentration: Strategy, Marketing
GMAT 1: 690 Q50 V33
GMAT 2: 700 Q50 V33
GPA: 4
WE: Consulting (Consulting)
Premium Member Reviews Badge CAT Tests
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 01 Jun 2018, 18:57
abhimahna wrote:
Nightmare007 wrote:
How can you suppose that they are running in full capacity. Previously they ran on normal capacity.
C tells that they did not increase sales from these opened.

Suppose MD owns 10 distribution centers each used to sell 10Million packets of milk. 4 - closed down.
C is saying these 6 distribution centers did not sell more packets to compensate for the 40 million packets sales difference.

So i opted C.
E says: what if its business is outside than inside. - Still it lost 4 outlets, and it will not affect anything. I think this is irrelevant. So what if people buy from outside city. We don't know whether each of the distributors will sell more this time in outside or will sell less outside.

abhimahna, GMATNinja Can you please tell me where am going wrong. Am still not sure why E is right. I have given my reasoning in above statements.

Thank you


Hey Nightmare007 ,

I understood what made you go wrong.

Option C is saying the remaining centers sold less volume. Now, this could be a strengthener but not an assumption. So, if you negate this statement: "They didn't sell less volume". This means they are selling either equal or more. If more, our conclusion is broken apart but if equal, it strengthens the conclusion.

Now, let's talk about option E.

E is saying they are not getting most of their business from outside. Notice the word "MOST". If I say, yes they have most of their business from outside, that means closing of those 4 centers in the state won't impact much and hence the conclusion is broken.

But if they are getting everything from within the state, they will surely have a great impact. Hence, E is the correct answer.

Remember: An assumption is something if negated breaks the conclusion apart.

Does that make sense?

Hi abhimahna, I got a doubt in your explanation,
The conclusion says that "It is clear that Mother Dairy’s sales volumes and revenues this year will be less compared to those last year."
If 4 centers are down. And It makes most of the business from outside. Won't the revenues and sales be less compared to last year?
Conclusion is not that : MD is seriously affected by these closures.
Can you please clarify this part a bit.

Thank you in advance. :)
1 KUDOS received
Board of Directors
User avatar
V
Status: Stepping into my 10 years long dream
Joined: 18 Jul 2015
Posts: 3649
Premium Member Reviews Badge CAT Tests
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 02 Jun 2018, 09:42
1
Nightmare007 wrote:
Hi abhimahna, I got a doubt in your explanation,
The conclusion says that "It is clear that Mother Dairy’s sales volumes and revenues this year will be less compared to those last year."
If 4 centers are down. And It makes most of the business from outside. Won't the revenues and sales be less compared to last year?
Conclusion is not that : MD is seriously affected by these closures.
Can you please clarify this part a bit.

Thank you in advance. :)


Hey Nightmare007 ,

You missed an important word "MOST". If they are getting most of their business from outside(say 99%), there could be possibility that the change in that 1% of the business is negligible as compared to the entire business. What if the outside business got increased?

Again, this MOST could have very extreme meanings, hence we need to make sure this MOST thing is not happening in order to keep our conclusion intact.

Does that make sense?
_________________

My GMAT Story: From V21 to V40
My MBA Journey: My 10 years long MBA Dream
My Secret Hacks: Best way to use GMATClub
Verbal Resources: All SC Resources at one place | All CR Resources at one place
Blog: Subscribe to Question of the Day Blog

GMAT Club Inbuilt Error Log Functionality - View More.
NEW VISA FORUM - Ask all your Visa Related Questions - here.

How to use an Error Log? Check out my tips!



Find a bug in the new email templates and get rewarded with 2 weeks of GMATClub Tests for free

Expert Post
Math Expert
User avatar
V
Joined: 02 Sep 2009
Posts: 46207
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 02 Jun 2018, 12:35
Director
Director
User avatar
P
Joined: 26 Aug 2016
Posts: 602
Location: India
Concentration: Strategy, Marketing
GMAT 1: 690 Q50 V33
GMAT 2: 700 Q50 V33
GPA: 4
WE: Consulting (Consulting)
Premium Member Reviews Badge CAT Tests
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 02 Jun 2018, 21:21
Madhuriprasad27 wrote:
What is the OA? I opted E over C


Sent from my iPhone using GMAT Club Forum mobile app



OA is E. Every OA will be provided below the question.

Hi Bunuel, bb,
The problem with this comment is that he is using GmatClub mobile app. We cannot see spoilers in mobile App. Is it possible to update it, so that even mobile app users can utilize timers and spoilers. ?
Expert Post
2 KUDOS received
Founder
Founder
User avatar
V
Joined: 04 Dec 2002
Posts: 16980
Location: United States (WA)
GMAT 1: 750 Q49 V42
GMAT ToolKit User CAT Tests
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 02 Jun 2018, 21:23
2
Yes. Soon. That’s all I can say right now.

Posted from my mobile device
_________________

Founder of GMAT Club

Just starting out with GMAT? Start here... or use our Daily Study Plan


Co-author of the GMAT Club tests

Intern
Intern
avatar
B
Joined: 24 Jan 2015
Posts: 30
Location: India
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is [#permalink]

Show Tags

New post 03 Jun 2018, 05:16
Hi All,

I chose B for this question, if the operating expenses have not reduced from the past year, then there will be fewer outlets managing the expenses and directly the revenue would be lower.

Is there something I am missing?

Thanks
Re: Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is   [#permalink] 03 Jun 2018, 05:16

Go to page    1   2    Next  [ 22 posts ] 

Display posts from previous: Sort by

Almost the entire demand for milk products in Hamilton County is

  new topic post reply Question banks Downloads My Bookmarks Reviews Important topics  


GMAT Club MBA Forum Home| About| Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy| GMAT Club Rules| Contact| Sitemap

Powered by phpBB © phpBB Group | Emoji artwork provided by EmojiOne

Kindly note that the GMAT® test is a registered trademark of the Graduate Management Admission Council®, and this site has neither been reviewed nor endorsed by GMAC®.