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# GMAT-Prep CR2

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21 Dec 2008, 10:24
The mayor proposes to kill tiger sharks which attacks tourists. If tiger sharks are killed, then the small sharks which tiger sharks feed on, will increase in population. Since those small sharks feed on fish, it will impact the commerially important fisheries. So only (D) provides the best reasoning. (E) states the not all(which means atleast some) of the tourists either swim or surf. So mayor's proposal would still be valuable to protect those tourists.
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21 Dec 2008, 11:24
In the exam I could have almost skipped the correct answer.

Mayor's proposal is to kill tiger sharks within one mile of the shore and this action will boost economy. On the contrary, if tiger sharks get killed, small sharks will thrive and continue to gobble fishes, affecting economy. Hence, D is correct.
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22 Dec 2008, 10:23
scthakur wrote:
In the exam I could have almost skipped the correct answer.

Mayor's proposal is to kill tiger sharks within one mile of the shore and this action will boost economy. On the contrary, if tiger sharks get killed, small sharks will thrive and continue to gobble fishes, affecting economy. Hence, D is correct.

Ohh!!! missed it completely.

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