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Sun Jun 10, 2012 4:54 am
Tough One

IMO - C

If the pattern has been so in the past also, it provides a ground that there is nothing wrong(no exceptional disliking for newspapers) in the current population in their twenties.
And thus when they will reach their thirties, more percentage of the group will start reading newspapers.

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Sun Jun 10, 2012 6:18 am
sui generis wrote:
In this we have to give a reason that even though number of people is 20s is large and that even though this group reads less newspaper, there should be no decrease in the readership 10 years from now.

choice C gives an reasoning as to why can this be correct. basically it says people in 20s when they reach 30+ will start reading paper. so C is correct

A is wrong bcos even though number of ppl in 20s is less than those in 30s ...but still this number is large.

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Thanks guys. Got it. I somehow misunderstood something totally weird.

OA is indeed C.

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