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Integrated Reasoning : Frequency vs Cost of Employee Benefits

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Could you please help me evaluate the below question? I'm unsure why one of my answers is incorrect.

I assumed that the breakfast served by employees of upper management would be considered free of costs - is that incorrect? Would the cost be their salaries? (which seems incorrect to me)
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Hermione_Stark wrote:
Hi,

Could you please help me evaluate the below question? I'm unsure why one of my answers is incorrect.

I assumed that the breakfast served by employees of upper management would be considered free of costs - is that incorrect? Would the cost be their salaries? (which seems incorrect to me)



Let C be the cost of a cup of coffee and let B be the cost of a breakfast.
F/C of coffee is 365/C and F/C of a breakfast is 1/B.
If we presume C < B, then we have 365/C > 1/B.

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