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John was flying from San Francisco to new York with a

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John was flying from San Francisco to new York with a connecting flight in Chicago on the same airline. Chicago's airport is one of the largest in the world, consisting of several small stand-alone terminals connected by trams. John's plane arrived on time. John was positive he would make his connecting flight thirty minutes later, because ________

A) John's airline is known for always being on time
B) John is athletic and a fast walker
C) at the airport in Chicago, airlines always fly in and out of the same terminal
D) John knew that there was another flight to new York scheduled fro one hour after the connecting flight he was scheduled to take
E) the trams at the airport in Chicago are always on time and run every five minutes

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I would probably go with E, although I considered A too........

Please post the OA after few replies........
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I would probably go with E, although I considered A too........

Please post the OA after few replies........
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Will do. I picked E as well :shock:
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New post 03 Jun 2009, 09:33
i went for C actually ... the trams wont be a factor if he doesnt have to change terminals.
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New post 03 Jun 2009, 09:55
If you watch C carefully, it says the plane flys in and out of the same terminal.

ie. it talks about the same plane and not different planes..

As per the flow of the sentence, i think the answer should be E.
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The correct answer is C. I picked E as well. The rational is that if the airline flies in and out of the same terminal, then he must be able to board on time... :shock:

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The correct answer is A. I picked E as well. The rational is that if the airline flies in and out of the same terminal, then he must be able to board on time... :shock:


You are giving OA as A and then givign reasoning for C...strange... :shh

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Oops... fixed, thanks
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New post 06 Jun 2009, 15:47
I'd go with C precisely because the other options are open ended.

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