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dilliwal posted a topic in GRE Analysis of an Issue#Issue "People who make decisions based on emotion and justify those decisions with logic afterwards are poor decision makers." #Response Decisions are made in instances where outcomes rely on the choices we choose. Most of the decisions are not just based on mathematical logic of more or less rather emotional intelligence have to be tackle to make an outcome. Emotions do alter our decision making but getting to the conclusion on making of it based on your own emotions does not create a good decision. People doing such decision making knows that they have not used there rational ability of making logical outcome then try to show with justifying what benefits there decision is making from there view point. Suppose a police officer whose duty is to stop crime, one day he lost his house because of some calamity and lose his all saving, his all memories and become emotionally deprived. And after that instance on his duty he is been offered a bribe to ignore a criminal case in which victim killed someone intentionally, in that situation if he accepts the money because of his need at that time and was upset because of his loss. And without making any rational decision that the criminal victim can create more crimes in future, he accepts the money and latter when he is been asked why did he took this decision ? he explains that the victim was innocent as he killed somebody in his own protection because that other guy was going to kill him. So such decision was poor and bad. Emotional thinking is well necessary for making decisions but only to a certain extent. If a person is handicap that he is not having legs and there are many peoples who have dissablity in making motor functioning of there body parts. If govenment ignores them and does not create public infrastructure for feasiblity of such peoples because goenment wants to save money, then this will be very bad thing to do. Because those people are unfortunate there help is necessary. So govenment will built infrsatcure according to them also which will show rationality and emotionality of decision making at same time. So decisions should be made on keeping both the things in mind rational and emotional intelligence both are required in decision making.
Karan Kyanam posted a topic in GRE MathHello everyone, This is my first post on any forum. Not sure how its done, but here goes. Manhatten GRE Prep. Volume 5, Word problems. Page no 125. Q) John invites 12 friends to a dinner party, half or which are men. Exactly one man and one woman are allowed to bring desserts. If one person from this group is selected at random, what is the probability that it is a woman, or a man who is not bringing a dessert. There is an explanation provided but it isn't very comprehensive. Was wondering if there is an easier way to solve this.