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# Ann: All the campers at Camp Winnehatchee go to Tri-Cities

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Ann: All the campers at Camp Winnehatchee go to Tri-Cities [#permalink]

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13 Aug 2004, 15:17
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Ann: All the campers at Camp Winnehatchee go to Tri-Cities High School
Bill: Thatâ€™s not true. Some Tri-Cities students are campers at Camp Lakemont.
Billâ€™s answer can be best explained on the assumption that he has interpreted Annâ€™s remark to mean that
(A) most of the campers at Camp Lakemont come from high schools other than Tri-Cities
(B) most Tri-Cities High School students are campers at Camp Winnehatchee
(C) some Tri-Cities High School students have withdrawn from Camp Lakemont
(D) all Tri-Cities High School students have withdrawn from Camp Lakemont
(E) only campers at Camp Winnehatchee are students at Tri-Cities High School

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13 Aug 2004, 16:08
E..

only implies

Tri-city student & camper -> Camp Winnehatchee

Ann implies

Camp Winnethatchee camper -> Tri-city student

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14 Aug 2004, 00:30
Guys, somehow E does not see right. If the question, as Bill understood was -"only campers at Camp Winnehatchee are students at Tri-Cities High School?" - then his argument should be - "No some campers in Lake Winnehatchee are from school XYZ"...

But seems like he understood Ann's question to be either -
All the students from Tri-cities are campers at Lake Winnehatchee.
OR
None of the Tri-cities students camp anywhere else including Camp Lakemont...

And so responded back with - "Thatâ€™s not true. Some Tri-Cities students are campers at Camp Lakemont. "

And so I don't find a right answer and closest is D for me. Please explain where am I mis-understanding...

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Re: CR - Ann [#permalink]

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14 Aug 2004, 02:10
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E

Ann:All X is Y
Bill must have understood the statement as All Y is X

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14 Aug 2004, 03:07
<1 min, It is B. What's the OA???
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14 Aug 2004, 09:17
SigEpUCI wrote:
E..

only implies

Tri-city student & camper -> Camp Winnehatchee

Ann implies

Camp Winnethatchee camper -> Tri-city student

E is the answer.

But how can you reject B.

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14 Aug 2004, 09:30
Geethu wrote:
SigEpUCI wrote:
E..

only implies

Tri-city student & camper -> Camp Winnehatchee

Ann implies

Camp Winnethatchee camper -> Tri-city student

E is the answer.

But how can you reject B.

B) most Tri-Cities High School students are campers at Camp Winnehatchee
This means that some Tri-Cities High School students are not campers at Camp Winnehatchee. Hence, there is plenty of room for Bill to say that some Tri-Cities students are campers at Camp Lakemont. Why would he then say that "it is not true" as for what Ann says? B is wrong. Only if he understood Ann's argument as Tri-Cities High School includes only Camp Winnehatchee students will his reply then hold
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14 Aug 2004, 09:33
D is not right. There is nothing in Ann's claim that even hints to campers at Camp Lakemont...
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14 Aug 2004, 11:07
E is a straight forward choice. Thanks

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# Ann: All the campers at Camp Winnehatchee go to Tri-Cities

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