on August 1, 2020
So A and C are both ambiguous. Neither can guarantee that there is at least one person at minimum wage, which I believe is the necessary component for this. A says some make barely above minimum wage, but that is still above, so the 5% may not affect them, or the museum's budget. C is ambiguous by saying some, but not all are paid higher than minimum wage, leaving the possibility that some are getting min wage, justifying the increase in costs. I chose A.
Can someone please explain where there is no ambiguity in the two main answer choices that I narrowed down? (I am in a blind review so don't know the correct one currently. )
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on August 4, 2020