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In Wareland last year, 16 percent of licensed drivers under 21 and 11

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Re: In Wareland last year, 16 percent of licensed drivers under 21 and 11 [#permalink]

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New post 25 Jul 2017, 10:00
hrishikeshsawle wrote:
Can anyone explain why E is incorrect.

If there is any age bracket for which the accident rate is lower than that of age group 65 and older then conclusion is challenged. It means there is an age group having lesser driving experience but able to drive safely compared with age group 65 & older.


In absence of Option A, i would have gone with E

But now, if you think about it, people from age group 24-64 are actually out of scope. Also, it would have challenged the conclusion on one front as option B has a limited sample and it does not include the given sample (<24 ).

If you read Option A, it caters to all the age groups. And even if Option E was true, Option A would still have existed. Hence, assumption-wise A is more strong.



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New post 26 Jul 2017, 10:08
i thought it wasD. can sumbdy explain to me

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New post 27 Jul 2017, 03:53
For those who do not know why E is incorrect:
"Age bracket" means a group of people having approximately the same age. So it is comparing the group of 65 or older with the other group of age. So it irrelevant.
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Re: In Wareland last year, 16 percent of licensed drivers under 21 and 11 [#permalink]

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hrishikeshsawle wrote:
Can anyone explain why E is incorrect.

If there is any age bracket for which the accident rate is lower than that of age group 65 and older then conclusion is challenged. It means there is an age group having lesser driving experience but able to drive safely compared with age group 65 & older.



E is supporting the answer, it can't be considered as an assumption.
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