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# The price of a full-fare coach ticket from Toronto to Dallas

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The price of a full-fare coach ticket from Toronto to Dallas on Breezeway Airlines is the same today as it was a year ago, if inflation is taken into account by calculating prices in constant dollars. However, today 90
percent of the Toronto-to-Dallas coach tickets that Breezeway sells are discount tickets and only 10 percent are full-fare tickets, whereas a
year ago half were discount tickets and half were full-fare tickets. Therefore, on average, people pay less today in constant dollars for a Breezeway Toronto-to-Dallas coach ticket than they did a year ago.

Which one of the following, if assumed, would allow the conclusion above to be properly drawn?
(A) A Toronto-to-Dallas full-fare coach ticket on Breezeway Airlines provides ticket-holders with a lower level of service today than such a ticket provided a year ago.
(B) A Toronto-to-Dallas discount coach ticket on Breezeway Airlines costs
about the same amount in constant dollars today as it did a year ago.
(C) All full-fare coach tickets on Breezeway Airlines cost the same in constant dollars as they did a year ago.
(D) The average number of coach passengers per flight that Breezeway Airlines carries from Toronto to Dallas today is higher than the average number per flight a year ago.
(E) The criteria that Breezeway Airlines uses for permitting passengers to buy discount coach tickets on the Toronto-to-Dallas route are different today than they were a year ago.
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01 Aug 2004, 07:35
If the Full Fare ticket price is constant, more passengers travel on discount and therefore pay less when compared to last year's.
Hence my choice is C.
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01 Aug 2004, 21:09
C is explicitely stated in first line of the argument. Only B, the discount fares, is needed to make the right comparison.
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02 Aug 2004, 11:46
B is the OA (by mistake I typed C - edited).

I did some math and reached this answer. I will try to provide that...
02 Aug 2004, 11:46
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