The following dialogue is from a Dilbert cartoon published April 17, 1996.Secretary:Oh my! This is shocking!Boss:What?Secretary:40% of all sick days taken by ourstaff are Fridays and Mondays!Boss:What kind of idiot do they think I am?Secretary:Not an idiot savant, they can do math.Questions1. What might you infer from the secretary's second statement (the one in italic)?Explain what the secretary is trying to say with her last statement.2.

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The following dialogue is from a Dilbert cartoon published April 17, 1996.
Secretary:
Oh my! This is shocking!
Boss:
What?
Secretary:
40% of all sick days taken by our
staff are Fridays and Mondays!
Boss:
What kind of idiot do they think I am?
Secretary:
Not an idiot savant, they can do math.
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1. What might you infer from the secretary's second statement (the one in italic)?
Explain what the secretary is trying to say with her last statement.
2.
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The following dialogue is from a Dilbert cartoon published April 17, 1996. Secretary: Oh my! This is shocking! Boss: What? Secretary: 40% of all sick days taken by our staff are Fridays and Mondays! Boss: What kind of idiot do they think I am? Secretary: Not an idiot savant, they can do math. Questions 1. What might you infer from the secretary's second statement (the one in italic)? Explain what the secretary is trying to say with her last statement. 2.

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Secretary’s second statement is that 40% of the sick days taken by the staff are on Monday and Friday.

The secretary’s statement is absolutely correct and if the person is sick, then the person can recover from health in a period of three days.

Also, the 40% of the leaves on M...

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