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  1. iGreen
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    Wouldn't it be 10%..? ._.

  2. iGreen
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    @SolomonZelman

  3. iGreen
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    Okay, I'm done..goodbye

  4. TheSmartOne
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    I believe it's saying that 10% of men out of 20% get the raise. So it should be 10% \(\times\) 20%

  5. iGreen
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    Too late..

  6. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I think it's saying what the chance of someone who asked got a raise. Which is 10%/20%, or 1/2. That's what I got from it at least /:

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