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PT9 S4 Q13
+LR
Must be true +MBT
A
69%
165
B
20%
164
C
0%
156
D
10%
159
E
1%
163
120
143
171
+Medium 147.179 +SubsectionMedium

This is a must be true question, as it asks: If the statements above are all true, which one of the following must also be true on the basis of them?

We learn that Jennifer, an employee of three years, is entitled to four weeks of paid vacation and plans to spend all of it on vacation with her family. Good for Jennifer! The next sentence tells us that anyone who has worked between one and four years is automatically entitled to three weeks paid vacation a year but can apply up to half of any vacation time leftover in a year to the next year’s vacation. This must apply to Jennifer, so three weeks of her four weeks vacation time must be because she has worked between one and four years. An important word in this stimulus is exactly. From this we can infer that this three weeks is all the entitled vacation time workers get excepting from applying leftover time, and therefore if Jennifer has four weeks, it must because she had leftover vacation time from last year. And that’s all the information we get! On to the answers:

Correct Answer Choice (A) This is exactly what we identified in our stimulus reading. If she has more than three weeks, it must be from applying half of last’s years unsaved time, which must have been two weeks.

Answer Choice (B) Next year Jennifer will be beginning her fifth year, and we are only told about the vacation time of employees of between one and four years.

Answer Choice (C) We haven’t been told anything about what employees other than Jennifer are doing.

Answer Choice (D) Then we would expect her to have four and a half weeks this year

Answer Choice (E) We have no justification to assume this must be true.