IтАЩm still confused.

Here is my explanation.

Premise 1: Premium(AI-CD/Gt) > Preminum(AI-CD/Ft)

Premise 2: AccRate(Gt) < AccRate(Ft)

Conclusion : Profit(Gt) > Profit(Ft)

Profit = ( Number Of Policies * Premium per policy) тАУ (Cost Of Repair per Accident * Number Of Policies * Accident Rate )

Profit = Number Of Policies * [Premium per policy тАУ cost Of Repair per Accident * accident rate]

My confusion lies in interpreting the conclusion.

Does the conclusion, тАЬinsurance companies are making a greater profit on collision-damage insurance in Greatport than in Fairmont.тАЭ Means total profit on collision-damage insurance or profit per policy.

I assumed that the profit mentioned in the conclusion is total profit.

If so, we have four variables, out of which two are stated in the premise.

Other two variables have to be the assumptions and they are

1. Cost of Repair per accident in each city.

2. total number of polices in each city.

Based on the above information, we can't pick any single correct answer.

If we assume that the profit mentioned in the conclusion is profit per policy then

Only тАЬcost of repair per accidentтАЭ has to be assumed.

In which case the answer is clearly A.

IтАЩm not a native speaker and my SC score is not even half of many people in the forum.

Could some one validate my interpretation of the conclusion.