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Mayor: To keep our neighborhoods clean, every street in town will be

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Mayor: To keep our neighborhoods clean, every street in town will be swept at least once a month. If a neighborhood needs more frequent sweepings, due to excessive dirt from major construction for example, that neighborhood will be qualified for interim sweepings. All requests for interim sweepings from qualified neighborhoods will be satisfied immediately.

If all of the mayor's statements are true, then which one of the following must also be true?

(A) All neighborhoods in which construction is under way are qualified neighborhoods.
(B) All qualified neighborhoods will get their streets swept more than once a month.
(C) No street will be swept n1ore than once a month unless it is located in a qualified neighborhood.
(D) A qualified neighborhood that requests an interim sweeping will have its streets swept more than once a month.
(E) No street in an unqualified neighborhood will be swept more than once a month even if the neighborhood requests it.

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New post 12 Jan 2018, 11:10
This one is an easy question regarding to the present standard of gmat.

What the question states:

1.All the streets in the town are swept once a month,
2.If a neighborhoods needs more sweeping then it is marked as qualified.
3.A qualified neighborhoods makes request for interim sweeping.
4.The qualified neighborhoods gets sweeping more than once


Only D satisfies all this conditions.
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Mayor: To keep our neighborhoods clean, every street in town will be swept at least once a month. If a neighborhood needs more frequent sweepings, due to excessive dirt from major construction for example, that neighborhood will be qualified for interim sweepings. All requests for interim sweepings from qualified neighborhoods will be satisfied immediately.

If all of the mayor's statements are true, then which one of the following must also be true?

(A) All neighborhoods in which construction is under way are qualified neighborhoods. -MAJOR constructions
(B) All qualified neighborhoods will get their streets swept more than once a month. -Only when a request is raised
(C) No street will be swept n1ore than once a month unless it is located in a qualified neighborhood. -Opposite of very fist statement of the passage
(D) A qualified neighborhood that requests an interim sweeping will have its streets swept more than once a month. -Correct
(E) No street in an unqualified neighborhood will be swept more than once a month even if the neighborhood requests it. -Opposite of very fist statement of the passage
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