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Critical Reasoning(CR) : OG Practice Test
CR Practice #5.
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Bacteria are not the only impurities that must be removed from wastewater.
Many municipalities have old wastewater purification systems that need to be replaced.
Conventional wastewater purification systems have not been fully successful in killing bacteria at cold temperatures.
During times of warm weather, when it is not in use, QuickFreeze's purification system requires relatively little maintenance.
Places where the winters are cold rarely have a problem of water shortage.
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It takes for granted that the manufacturing division is a typical division of the corporation with regard to the average amount of overtime its employees work each month.
It takes for granted that if a certain average amount of overtime is worked each month by each employee of the Haglut Corporation, then approximately the same amount of overtime must be worked each month by each employee of the manufacturing division.
It confuses a claim from which the argument's conclusion about the Haglut Corporation would necessarily follow with a claim that would follow from the argument's conclusion only with a high degree of probability.
It overlooks the possibility that even if, on average, a certain amount of overtime is worked by the members of some group, many members of that group may work no overtime at all.
It overlooks the possibility that even if most employees of the corporation1 work some overtime each month, any one corporate employee may, in some months, work no overtime.
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The first and the second each describe evidence that has been used to challenge the position that the argument seeks to establish.
The first is evidence that forms the basis for an objection to the position that the argument seeks to establish; the second is that position.
The first is evidence that forms the basis for an objection to the position that the argument seeks to establish; the second is a consideration that is introduced to counter the force of that evidence.
The first and the second each provide evidence in support of the position that the argument seeks to establish.
The first provides evidence in support of the position that the argument seeks to establish; the second is that position.
In the country of Veltria, the past two years' bro...(Login to view remaining section)
The total amount of credit extended to retailers by clothing wholesalers increased between the first year of the recession and the second year.
Between the first and second years of the recession, clothing retailers in Veltria saw many of their costs, rent and utilities in particular, increase
Of the considerable number of clothing retailers in Veltria who were having financial difficulties before the start of the recession, virtually all were forced to go out of business during its first year.
Clothing retailers in Veltria attempted to stimulate sales in the second year of the recession by discounting merchandise.
Relatively recession-proof segments of the clothing trade, such as work clothes, did not suffer any decrease in sales during the first year of the recession.
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Comparisons with competitors are most likely to focus on practices that the manager making the comparisons already employs.
Getting "inside" information about the unique practices of competitors is particularly difficult.
Since companies that compete with each other are likely to have comparable levels of efficiency, only benchmarking against noncompetitors is likely to reveal practices that would aid in beating competitors.
Managers are generally more receptive to new ideas that they find outside their own industry.
Much of the success of good companies is due to their adoption of practices that take advantage of the special circumstances of their products or markets
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