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# Why would D weaken the argument

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15 Apr 2009, 10:14
i would have picked C

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15 Apr 2009, 18:52
It is D, because even though the percentage of those who have retired to Florida within the last 10 years decreased, the total number of retirees has increased, thus probably compensating for the 3% who balked at sunny Florida.

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15 Apr 2009, 23:07
peraspera wrote:
It is D, because even though the percentage of those who have retired to Florida within the last 10 years decreased, the total number of retirees has increased, thus probably compensating for the 3% who balked at sunny Florida.

good point..over looked that

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16 Apr 2009, 18:49
IMO D).

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18 Apr 2009, 01:22
can someone explain why it is NOT a?

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28 Oct 2009, 10:04
gmat911 wrote:
can someone explain why it is NOT a?

A doesn't affect the fact that of all the people who retire, the people who go to F after retirement reduce 3%. So the argument is still valid, not being weaken.

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