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It's a really long question and I couldn't copy the text. So I have attached the screenshot of the question in a word doc. I felt (e) was a better answer since we are not interested in one product or a competing one. If both are using similar advertising methods, it doesn't matter. I feel (b) is still essential for the reader to know since it would give a better idea about how advertisers are succeeding in playing with someone's psyche.

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Re: CR Question on KAPLAN CAT 2 [#permalink] New post 04 Jun 2012, 01:05
The ability of access reasonableness of the writer's claim would be significantly enhanced by the knowledge of which of the following.

The writer claim = Most consumer choose their health purchase on the basis of unconscious and false expectation
It is no wonder that so many Americans today feel disappointed with the reality of their lives and unfulfilled as human being

Choice E stated that the process by which most consumers make decisions to buy one product rather than a competing one. This process also enhance the ability of access reasonableness of whether consumers choose their health purchases on the basis of unconscious and false expectation or not.

Choice B is different one, which stated that the way in which advertisers choose what kind of advertising used to market a product. This knowledge does not relate anything to the ability of access reasonableness of the writer's claim.
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Re: Advertisers typically use associated images rather than [#permalink] New post 07 Oct 2013, 19:35
The question asks for 'enhancement'. B states something that already exists as has been mentioned. The companies know their stuff. Hence it makes B an irrelevant option.
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