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# Find a logical final of the following passage: The

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Find a logical final of the following passage:

The president of Nypo Inc. claims that he prefer experienced people to novices while hiring new personnel. He agrees to pay fat salaries and solid bonuses to well-known professionals. However, he does not follow his policy completely, for if he did, he would not _________________.

A. agree to create a retirement bonus fund for experienced employees.
B. agree to provide a fully paid 50-day vacation for famous professionals.
C. agree to cut by half people who work less than one year.
D. agree to deprive novices of weekends.
E. agree to create a special bonus fund for young employees.
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23 Jul 2003, 00:55
I suppose E.
Other picks either strenghen the president's view or out of scope.
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23 Jul 2003, 14:39
E???

The reason being that the president if he really were to follow the policy wouod think abt only experienced guy and not novices or young people. So E says the point that he is not following the policy completely as he is seprating funds for bonus for young employees.
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14 Aug 2006, 23:08
(E) no "fat" bonuses for the young greenhorns.
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15 Aug 2006, 02:10
E it is. It is the only choice that provides doubt about consistency of precident's claim.
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15 Aug 2006, 03:20
I think the answer is E
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15 Aug 2006, 06:08
clear E.. all others either support the president or are out of scope..

I hope the presidents of all our companies make similar policies of paying "fat" salaries to experienced folks like me... no offence meant greenhorns...
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15 Aug 2006, 07:19
Straight E.
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15 Aug 2006, 10:45
stolyar wrote:
Find a logical final of the following passage:

The president of Nypo Inc. claims that he prefer experienced people to novices while hiring new personnel. He agrees to pay fat salaries and solid bonuses to well-known professionals. However, he does not follow his policy completely, for if he did, he would not _________________.

A. agree to create a retirement bonus fund for experienced employees.
There's no evidence to prove he would do this.

B. agree to provide a fully paid 50-day vacation for famous professionals.
This choice seems irrelevant to the passage.

C. agree to cut by half people who work less than one year.
Again nothing in the passage suggests he wants/does not want to cut the work force

D. agree to deprive novices of weekends.

If he sticks to his guns there wouldn't be any novices anyway.

E. agree to create a special bonus fund for young employees.

This seems probable. Apart from the seasoned professionals, relatively younger lot (who are experienced as well) will probably have to be deprived of special bonuses because all the funds will be directed to servicing the seasoned campaigners..

Another amazing problem after the zoo/acquarium problem you posted.

I chose E by poE. None of the other choices was making sense.
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15 Aug 2006, 10:53
Straight E.

Nothing for young guns.
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15 Aug 2006, 10:57
ps_dahiya wrote:
Straight E.

Nothing for young guns.

Dahiya..just curious.. did you find this one easy?
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15 Aug 2006, 11:03
dwivedys wrote:
ps_dahiya wrote:
Straight E.

Nothing for young guns.

Dahiya..just curious.. did you find this one easy?

I would rate it at medium level.

Eliminated A,B and D rightaway.

Was stuck between C and E for some time (about half a minute) but then found E bettter. There is a little assuption that all the young employees have NO experience. But such simple and logical assumptions are OK.
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15 Aug 2006, 11:06
ps_dahiya wrote:
dwivedys wrote:
ps_dahiya wrote:
Straight E.

Nothing for young guns.

Dahiya..just curious.. did you find this one easy?

I would rate it at medium level.

Eliminated A,B and D rightaway.

Was stuck between C and E for some time (about half a minute) but then found E bettter. There is a little assuption that all the young employees have NO experience. But such simple and logical assumptions are OK.

Ok, thanks.. I thought it was really difficult..
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15 Aug 2006, 19:54
E is the only one that violates the rule that he will spend heavily on experienced employees, but not waste money on new ones.
15 Aug 2006, 19:54
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