In 2005, did Company A have more than twice the number of employees as did Company B?

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In 2005, did Company A have more than twice the number of the employees as did Company B?

1) In 2005, Company A had 11,500 more employees than did Company B

(2) In 2005, the 3,000 employees with advanced degrees at Company A made up 12.5 percent of that company’s total number of employees, and the 2,500 employees with advanced degrees at Company B made up 20 percent of that company’s total number of employees

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