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# Critical Reasoning: Inference Questions

John's salary is lower than is the average salary for men. Jane's salary is higher than the average salary for women is. However, John's salary is higher than Jane's salary.

Which of the following can properly be inferred from the statement above?

Correct!

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This is the only logical conclusion which can be inferred form the data in the argument.

Incorrect.

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According to the combined data, it is impossible to claim that men's and women's average salaries are the same.

Incorrect.

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According to the combined data, it is impossible to claim that men's average salary is lower than women's.

Incorrect.

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This answer choice goes too far beyond the date provided by the premises. We don't have any information on the ratio between John and Jane's salaries.

Incorrect.

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This answer choice goes too far beyond the data provided by the premises. We don't have any information on the ratio between Jane's salary and the average salary for women.

Men's average salary is the same as that of women.
The average salary of men is higher than that of women.
The average salary of men is lower than that of women.
John's salary is 10% higher than Jane's salary is.
Jane's salary is 10% higher than the average salary for women.