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All people prefer colors that they can distinguish easily to colors that they have difficulty distinguishing. Infants can easily distinguish bright colors but, unlike adults, have difficulty distinguishing subtle shades. A brightly colored toy for infants sells better than the same toy in subtle shades at the same price.

Which one of the following conclusions is most strongly supported by the information in the passage?

(A) Infants prefer bright primary colors to bright secondary colors.
(B) Color is the most important factor in determining which toys an infant will prefer to play with.
(C) Individual infants do now have strong preferences for one particular bright color over other bright colors.
(D) The sales of toys of infants reflect the preferences of infants in at least one respect.
(E) Toy makers study infants to determine what colors the infants can distinguish easily.
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A :stupid
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New post 20 Jan 2004, 20:59
I vote for D.

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Wonder where stolyar is....hasn't been around for a while
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New post 23 Jan 2004, 21:30
D and B says almost the same thing but D is mild and so is GMATic.
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New post 14 Apr 2016, 05:40
In my opinion D is the most logical one.
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