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 Post subject: GMAT Integrated Reasoning: Two-Part AnalysisPosted: Fri Jun 21, 2013 10:59 am

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ACR Corporation has a number of employees, N. These employees can choose one among four health packages, each of which has different monthly premiums for the employee (PE1 through PE4) and the corporation (PC1 through PC4). The number of employees enrolling in each plan is E1 through E4 and the proportion of employees enrolling in each plan is R1 through R4.

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The use of word 'corporation' in sentence 3 for insurance providers is very confusing. As the question is talking about ACR corporation and then we suddenly are discussing 3 more corporations within ACR corporation.

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 Post subject: Re: GMAT Integrated Reasoning: Two-Part AnalysisPosted: Fri Jun 21, 2013 11:14 am

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We do not deal with any additional corporations. The word "corporation" refers to monthly premiums, paid by ACR Corporation on the four packages.

For example, if an employee chooses health package #3, then he will pay (on a monthly basis) PE3 and ACR Corporation will pay PC3.

PE3 and PC3 are some amounts of money. For example, \$100 and \$150.

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