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# Which of the following most logically completes the

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Re: CR - Yorco and Zortech [#permalink]

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10 Jul 2008, 23:00
goalsnr wrote:

Looking at the argument given, there are still holes before we can reach the conclusion given, any answer choice that fills the hole = correct.
>>>>Not convincing enough.
As per your logic D gives a reason for higher pay. So does B.Why doesn't B fill that hole?

we are not loking for the answer to the question "why Y's hourly wages are higher than Z" .. B actually attempts to answer this Q.... we know wages are higher and this could be a reason.

But the logical question is - Y's hourly wages "must" be higher than Z, why must ? - the best way to answer this question is eleminate any other reason for total wage increase...
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11 Jul 2008, 00:35
Which of the following most logically completes the argument?
Yorco and Zortech are two corporations that employ large numbers of full-time
workers who are paid by the hour. Publicly available records indicate that Yorco
employs roughly the same number of such hourly wage workers as Zortech does but
spends a far higher total sum per year on wages for such workers. Therefore, hourly
wages must be higher, on average, at Yorco than at Zortech, since _____.

A. Zortech spends a higher total sum per year than Yorco does to provide its
hourly wage workers with benefits other than wages -> this opposes hence eliminate
B. the work performed by hourly wage workers at Zortech does not require a
significantly higher level of skill than the work performed by hourly wage
workers at Yorco does -> out of scope eliminate
C. the proportion of all company employees who are hourly wage workers is
significantly greater at Yorco than it is at Zortech -> this does not support since no . of hourly paid workers is same for both
D. overtime work, which is paid at a substantially higher rate than work done
during the regular work week, is rare at both Yorco and Zortech -> out of scope eliminate
E. the highest hourly wages paid at Yorco are higher than the highest hourly
wages paid at Zortech

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11 Jul 2008, 00:35
IMO (E) ... oops missed out in the previous post
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11 Jul 2008, 09:22
kindly post the OA its a too gud question hence eager to know the answer
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11 Jul 2008, 10:29
OA is D
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11 Jul 2008, 10:36
durgesh79 wrote:
goalsnr wrote:

Looking at the argument given, there are still holes before we can reach the conclusion given, any answer choice that fills the hole = correct.
>>>>Not convincing enough.
As per your logic D gives a reason for higher pay. So does B.Why doesn't B fill that hole?

we are not loking for the answer to the question "why Y's hourly wages are higher than Z" .. B actually attempts to answer this Q.... we know wages are higher and this could be a reason.

But the logical question is - Y's hourly wages "must" be higher than Z, why must ? - the best way to answer this question is eleminate any other reason for total wage increase...

This helps. Thanks
Re: CR - Yorco and Zortech   [#permalink] 11 Jul 2008, 10:36

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