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questioning the LR question re: joining/supporting political party

35. 24% will join a new political party,  16% will give money, A party needs at least 30% to support it, etc those who have
yet to join may donate money
(this is how it appears in post-mortem)

I tried to make this point in the post-mortem, after someone else brought it up, but it got buried.

The answer I put for this question was something along the lines of how some of the 16 percent and some of the 30 percent may not be the same people, therefore it could ahve the needed 30 percent.

I think that's correct! And i do not think that's what the consensus answer is...though maybe it is. To me, the difference is in tense. The consensus answer seems to say that something could happen--people may join, people may give money. The answer I chose showed that right now, they could have the 30 percent needed.

Is this right? Can we change it in the post mortem? Or are the two responses one and the same?
 

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Re: questioning the AR question re: joining/supporting political party
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2005, 11:25:20 AM »
I changed it.

Also, you're talking about LR (Logical Reasoning).  AR is Analytical Reasoning, AKA Logic Games.

Re: questioning the AR question re: joining/supporting political party
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2005, 11:45:22 AM »
Thanks. Okay, I keep mixing those up. Thank god that wasn't a question!

Re: questioning the LR question re: joining/supporting political party
« Reply #3 on: December 07, 2005, 01:16:52 PM »
I need feedback here...are these two different responses or the same one?