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Travel Agency Mina has studied its bookings and found that 35% of its clientèle traveled to Country Rubia while 85% went to Country Sol.

If the statements above are correct, they most strongly support which of the following?

A) Travel to Rubia had fallen for those booking with Agency Mina.
B) Many people cancelled their bookings.
C) Those who went to Country Sol must have enjoyed it more than those that went to Country Rubia.
D) Some people must have gone to both Country Rubia and Country Sol.
E) Travel Agency Mina's data must be wrong.

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Travel Agency Mina has studied its bookings and found that
35% of its clientèle traveled to Country Rubia while
85% went to Country Sol.

since both do not add to 100% there can be only two cases

If the statements above are correct, they most strongly support which of the following?
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this is a straight forward inference question
the two given numbers should add up to a 100 %,but as they are adding up to 120% there were at least some people who travelled to both countries (Sol and Rubia)
correct answer - D
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A) Travel to Rubia had fallen for those booking with Agency Mina. Cannot be infered
B) Many people cancelled their bookings. Cannot be infered
C) Those who went to Country Sol must have enjoyed it more than those that went to Country Rubia. Out of Scope, nowhere it can be inferred
D) Some people must have gone to both Country Rubia and Country Sol. CORRECT as total of both comes to 120, it means some people might have travelled to both the countries
E) Travel Agency Mina's data must be wrong.- Incorrect, Data is correct
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Travel Agency Mina has studied its bookings and found that 35% of its clientèle traveled to Country Rubia while 85% went to Country Sol.

If the statements above are correct, they most strongly support which of the following?

A) Travel to Rubia had fallen for those booking with Agency Mina.
B) Many people cancelled their bookings.
C) Those who went to Country Sol must have enjoyed it more than those that went to Country Rubia.
D) Some people must have gone to both Country Rubia and Country Sol.
E) Travel Agency Mina's data must be wrong.


After looking at two percentages in the statement, it is clearly a case of overlap.

Hence (D)
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