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[quote="Swagatalakshmi"]In a study conducted in Pennsylvania, servers in various restaurants wrote “Thank youâ€

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E !![/u]

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New post 02 Dec 2006, 22:30
B seems to be the best case.

Are we allowed to post actual GMAT questions ? I remember reading somwehere that it is a violation

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Wow id this is real GMAT question, I am surprised that you remember the choices this well

How can one do that

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jainan24 wrote:
Wow id this is real GMAT question, I am surprised that you remember the choices this well



I got this question from another website where someone "claimed" this is from real test. Can't vouch for the authenticity of the claim. Could be from an old paper based test.
Anyway, do not think too much about the source, post your answer and let's move on. I'm changing the title of the post, since it is distracting people little too much.
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I say (E)
It is narow enough.

A and B sound logical, but it requires extra knowledge (not narrow) like social behaviour of people when get familiar.
Besides, I think A and B are the same idea (familiar people would not tip extra).

What do you think?

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A is my pick...........

B sounds a little dicey in the sense that , what if THE SURVEY IS WRONG.

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B 2.

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One more for B

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One more B. Negate B, the argument falls apart :wink:
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One more B. Negate B, the argument falls apart :wink:


Agree

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New post 04 Dec 2006, 08:49
THis is an assumption question.

Should Be B.

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Why not E?

B talks about regular tipping haits which may be high or low. Nothing is mentioned in the passage. No?

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New post 04 Dec 2006, 14:15
A is tempting ...but B is stronger so B

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[quote="Swagatalakshmi"]In a study conducted in Pennsylvania, servers in various restaurants wrote “Thank youâ€
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ak_idc wrote:
One more B. Negate B, the argument falls apart :wink:


One more B for the same reasoning.
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Swagatalakshmi wrote:
In a study conducted in Pennsylvania, servers in various restaurants wrote “Thank youâ€



Pls edit this post.

So that we can attempt the question
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