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A ten year comparison between Brazilian and Canadian crops showed that Brazilian yields are 68% of Canadian yields when compared on the basis of per planted acre. However, Brazilian yields are 115% of Canadian yields when measured per agricultural acre.

Based on this information, which of the following can most reliably be inferred about Brazilian and Canadian agriculture over this time period?

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A - A greater percentage of Canadian agricultural acreage was unplanted than of Brazilian agricultural acreage

B - A majority of Canadian agricultural acreage is unplanted

C - More total acres were unplanted in Canada than in Brazil

D - Brazil had more acres planted than unplanted while Canada has more acres unplanted than planted

E - Brazil produced more total crops than Canada

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If it is discussed here then please provide me explanation.
You are aspiring for a high score in GMAT and still unable to differentiate between normal and hyper-link... The here mentioned in the previous post is a link.

It is important to understand the forum etiquette before using any forum. Original poster did you follow the etiquette of searching the forum before posting a question. Save your typing for some thing important...
We were all new users here at one point--it's certainly easy for first-time members to feel confused here!

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OnapiIndia wrote:
If it is discussed here then please provide me explanation.
You are aspiring for a high score in GMAT and still unable to differentiate between normal and hyper-link... The here mentioned in the previous post is a link.

It is important to understand the forum etiquette before using any forum. Original poster did you follow the etiquette of searching the forum before posting a question. Save your typing for some thing important...

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Thu Jan 31, 2008 7:23 am
I think that the question is already discussed here

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If it is discussed here then please provide me explanation.

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