A recent newspaper feature story listed several factors as "predictors" of the likelihood of premature death. Two of these factors were a sedentary lifestyle without regular physical exercise, and sleeping more than 12 hours daily.
If a person, who is trying to avoid premature death, were to respond to this news by both joining an exercise club and buying an alarm clock, that person would probably be:
A) mistaking an explanation for an argument.
B) mistaking an argument for an explanation.
C) mistaking a premise for a conclusion.
D) mistaking a cause for an indicator.
E) mistaking an indicator for a cause.
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