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Research conducted in restaurants all over Europe

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Research conducted in restaurants all over Europe found that hungry people are more inclined to help the poor than are people who just had lunch. Customers who entered the restaurants gave beggars three times the amount existing customers gave them.

In evaluating the argument, it would be most useful to compare

A. The kinds of food people had eaten before they gave the beggars larger amounts of money.

B. Different kinds of restaurants and their influence on people's generosity.

C. The amount of money people had in their pockets before and after they visited a restaurant.

D. The amount of money donated by people who donated twice ( when entering and exiting) with that of those who donated once

E. The number of donors entering with the number of donors exiting

Originally posted by mitravanu on 06 Mar 2018, 10:50.
Last edited by GMATNinjaTwo on 29 Mar 2018, 07:34, edited 2 times in total.
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The argument is that hungry people give more donations to the poor because the people going into the restaurant gave more money than the people leaving the restaurant. A,B,D, & E are all irrelevant and out of scope. C is correct because if the people leaving the restaurant spent all their money inside, they will not be able to donate as much. This suggests that the amount of money in their pockets may be a factor on how much they donate rather than how hungry they are.
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New post 25 Mar 2018, 18:10
E talks about frequency. It affects "... more inclined to help the poor than people who just had lunch"

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New post 28 Mar 2018, 01:28
question para states behaviour while entering and exiting and status of their hunger..


i really couldn't find a single option in line with that.
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*exiting : Mistake in vocabulary .
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