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#### CR-Cola vs. Iced Tea

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 Post subject: CR-Cola vs. Iced Tea  Posted: Tue Apr 03, 2012 3:52 am
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 Post subject: Re: CR-Cola vs. Iced Tea  Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2012 8:08 am
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 naresh.kumar82 wrote:Don't calculate the proportion based on the existence but understand the rate at which it sold, consider the assumption i.e. statement C says " At the beginning of the day, the cooler was stocked with at least ( i.e. not less than ) as many of the iced tea beverages as of the cola beverages.so, no:of cola beverage = no:of iced tea,but end of the day left over were : 15 colas, 3 iced teas...that means store manager has to order more iced teas as it's demand is more compare to colas.Thanks so much. I think i get it. option C states some of the correct situation at which the cooler stocked at least as many of the iced tea as of the cola rather than the whole correct situation at which the cooler can stock at least fifth as many colar as iced tea. And then if statement C is true, it can strengthen the manager's rationale.

 Post subject: Re: CR-Cola vs. Iced Tea  Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2012 7:33 am
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 Post subject: Re: CR-Cola vs. Iced Tea  Posted: Thu Jun 28, 2012 9:40 am
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 tim wrote:let us know if you have any further questions about this one..Hi Tim,Can you elaborate on why option A wouldn't work?I feel now, C is a good contender, however, if A is false, C doesn't help right? Is it okay to question the legitimacy of this question, considering a bit of this haste? Or is A just an ideal trap?

 Post subject: Re: CR-Cola vs. Iced Tea  Posted: Fri Jun 29, 2012 3:57 pm
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 raghuism wrote:Hi Tim,Can you elaborate on why option A wouldn't work?I feel now, C is a good contender, however, if A is false, C doesn't help right? Is it okay to question the legitimacy of this question, considering a bit of this haste? Or is A just an ideal trap?Notice the difference between what (A) says and how you are using (A). If (A) is false, it means that there are other places where cola or ice tea are being sold, but you are implying that the same result found in this machine wouldn't happen elsewhere. In order for (A) to be a stronger case, it would need to say that teas were outselling colas in every machine. _________________Joe LuceroManhattan GMAT Instructor

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