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An experiment was done in which human subjects recognize a pattern within a matrix of abstract designs and then select another design that completes that pattern. The results of the experiment were surprising. The lowest expenditure of energy in neurons in the brain was found in those subjects who performed most successfully in the experiments.
Which of the following hypotheses best accounts for the findings of the experiment?
(A) The neurons of the brain react less when a subject is trying to recognize patterns than when the subject is doing other kinds of reasoning.
(B) Those who performed best in the experiment experienced more satisfaction when working with abstract patterns than did those who performed less well.
(C) People who are better at abstract pattern recognition have more energy-efficient neural connections.
(D) The energy expenditure of the subjects brains increases when a design that completes the initially recognized pattern is determined.
(E) The task of completing a given design is more capably performed by athletes, whose energy expenditure is lower when they are at rest than is that of the general population.
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IMO C.
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(A) The neurons of the brain react less when a subject is trying to recognize patterns than when the subject is doing other kinds of reasoning- No information is given about other kinds of reasoning. So, one cannot do a better comparison with something that is not given.
(B) Those who performed best in the experiment experienced more satisfaction when working with abstract patterns than did those who performed less well- We are not much concerned about the satisfaction of the people.
(C) People who are better at abstract pattern recognition have more energy-efficient neural connections- This is true. Since "lowest expenditure of energy in neurons in the brain was found in those subjects who performed most successfully in the experiments", it is quite possible that they have more energy efficient neurons.
(D) The energy expenditure of the subjects brains increases when a design that completes the initially recognized pattern is determined - This actually contradicts to what is being stated. "The lowest expenditure of energy in neurons in the brain was found in those subjects who performed most successfully in the experiments". Anyone who completes the design is successful.
(E) The task of completing a given design is more capably performed by athletes, whose energy expenditure is lower when they are at rest than is that of the general population- The lower energy expenditure of the athletes will not guarranty a sucessful completion with lower expenditure of energy by neurons. Out of scope.

Hence C. What is OA?
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(A) The neurons of the brain react less when a subject is trying to recognize patterns than when the subject is doing other kinds of reasoning- No information is given about other kinds of reasoning. So, one cannot do a better comparison with something that is not given.
(B) Those who performed best in the experiment experienced more satisfaction when working with abstract patterns than did those who performed less well- We are not much concerned about the satisfaction of the people.
(C) People who are better at abstract pattern recognition have more energy-efficient neural connections- This is true. Since "lowest expenditure of energy in neurons in the brain was found in those subjects who performed most successfully in the experiments", it is quite possible that they have more energy efficient neurons.
(D) The energy expenditure of the subjects brains increases when a design that completes the initially recognized pattern is determined - This actually contradicts to what is being stated. "The lowest expenditure of energy in neurons in the brain was found in those subjects who performed most successfully in the experiments". Anyone who completes the design is successful.
(E) The task of completing a given design is more capably performed by athletes, whose energy expenditure is lower when they are at rest than is that of the general population- The lower energy expenditure of the athletes will not guarranty a sucessful completion with lower expenditure of energy by neurons. Out of scope.

Hence C. What is OA?

OA is C
good explanation.
I marked A.Actually could not relate enery efficient term in C
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An experiment was done in which human subjects recognize a pattern within a matrix of abstract designs and then select another design that completes that pattern. The results of the experiment were surprising. The lowest expenditure of energy in neurons in the brain was found in those subjects who performed most successfully in the experiments.
Which of the following hypotheses best accounts for the findings of the experiment?
(A) The neurons of the brain react less when a subject is trying to recognize patterns than when the subject is doing other kinds of reasoning.
(B) Those who performed best in the experiment experienced more satisfaction when working with abstract patterns than did those who performed less well.
(C) People who are better at abstract pattern recognition have more energy-efficient neural connections.
(D) The energy expenditure of the subjects brains increases when a design that completes the initially recognized pattern is determined.
(E) The task of completing a given design is more capably performed by athletes, whose energy expenditure is lower when they are at rest than is that of the general population.

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"I marked A.Actually could not relate enery efficient term in C "

I miss these details too sometimes. The way I look at arguments is:
1) Try to understand the stem first.
2) Parse through the Premise and conclusion. Sometimes, the conclusion is not very obvious but burried somewhere in the stem. If you think, you cannot identify it (worst case), its ok as you will try to understand the argument once you read through the answer choices sometimes.
3) Try to think of an answer in your mind (before you look for one), atleast practice this way initially until you have a high hit rate.
4) Read through the answer choices and see if it matches what you are looked for. This may not work always. The other trick is to simultaneouly, use POE (Process of Elimination) technique.

I believe, that POE works very well with CR; atleast, you can narrow down the answer choices to two. Try this out on few problems and see if it works.....

Good luck cracking arguments...........
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"I marked A.Actually could not relate enery efficient term in C "

I miss these details too sometimes. The way I look at arguments is:
1) Try to understand the stem first.
2) Parse through the Premise and conclusion. Sometimes, the conclusion is not very obvious but burried somewhere in the stem. If you think, you cannot identify it (worst case), its ok as you will try to understand the argument once you read through the answer choices sometimes.
3) Try to think of an answer in your mind (before you look for one), atleast practice this way initially until you have a high hit rate.
4) Read through the answer choices and see if it matches what you are looked for. This may not work always. The other trick is to simultaneouly, use POE (Process of Elimination) technique.

I believe, that POE works very well with CR; atleast, you can narrow down the answer choices to two. Try this out on few problems and see if it works.....

Good luck cracking arguments...........

great .thanks for the tips
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An experiment was done in which human subjects recognize a pattern within a matrix of abstract designs and then select another design that completes that pattern. The results of the experiment were surprising. The lowest expenditure of energy in neurons in the brain was found in those subjects who performed most successfully in the experiments.
Which of the following hypotheses best accounts for the findings of the experiment?
(A) The neurons of the brain react less when a subject is trying to recognize patterns than when the subject is doing other kinds of reasoning.
(B) Those who performed best in the experiment experienced more satisfaction when working with abstract patterns than did those who performed less well.
(C) People who are better at abstract pattern recognition have more energy-efficient neural connections.
(D) The energy expenditure of the subjects brains increases when a design that completes the initially recognized pattern is determined.
(E) The task of completing a given design is more capably performed by athletes, whose energy expenditure is lower when they are at rest than is that of the general population.

Responding to a pm:

It is a type of a strengthen question.

"Which hypotheses accounts for the findings?"
Another way of saying it is "which of the following, if true, supports the findings of the experiment" or "which of the following, if true, leads to the findings of the experiment"

If people who are better at abstract pattern recognition have more energy-efficient neural connections, they will expend lowest amount of energy.
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The lowest expenditure of energy in neurons in the brain was found in those subjects who performed most successfully in the experiments. Which of the following hypotheses best accounts for the findings of the experiment? (A) The neurons of the brain react less when a subject is trying to recognize patterns than when the subject is doing other kinds of reasoning. (B) Those who performed best in the experiment experienced more satisfaction when working with abstract patterns than did those who performed less well. (C) People who are better at abstract pattern recognition have more energy-efficient neural connections. (D) The energy expenditure of the subjects brains increases when a design that completes the initially recognized pattern is determined. (E) The task of completing a given design is more capably performed by athletes, whose energy expenditure is lower when they are at rest than is that of the general population. Please delete the portion of answer choice (E) as shown above. This portion is not in OG 12 or 13. It is a strong contender after your addition. Thanks Senior Manager Joined: 07 Sep 2010 Posts: 335 Followers: 5 Kudos [?]: 500 [0], given: 136 Re: An experiment was done in which human subjects recognize a [#permalink] ### Show Tags 08 Mar 2013, 06:25 spriya wrote: An experiment was done in which human subjects recognize a pattern within a matrix of abstract designs and then select another design that completes that pattern. The results of the experiment were surprising. The lowest expenditure of energy in neurons in the brain was found in those subjects who performed most successfully in the experiments. Which of the following hypotheses best accounts for the findings of the experiment? (A) The neurons of the brain react less when a subject is trying to recognize patterns than when the subject is doing other kinds of reasoning. (B) Those who performed best in the experiment experienced more satisfaction when working with abstract patterns than did those who performed less well. (C) People who are better at abstract pattern recognition have more energy-efficient neural connections. (D) The energy expenditure of the subjects brains increases when a design that completes the initially recognized pattern is determined. (E) The task of completing a given design is more capably performed by athletes, whose energy expenditure is lower when they are at rest than is that of the general population. When I answered this question, I thought Choice C is out of Scope as Choice C speaks about Neural Connections and passage is all about lowest expenditure of energy in neurons. How these terms are related, and are we supposed to know the link between these two? Please help or suggest other way to reach to Official answer. 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With all due respect to the experts Isn't this a must be true question?? IMO it in someway asks what hypotheses can best be drawn from the above stimulus, moreover it doesn't have a conclusion just plain facts...
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With all due respect to the experts Isn't this a must be true question?? IMO it in someway asks what hypotheses can best be drawn from the above stimulus, moreover it doesn't have a conclusion just plain facts...
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It might seem so on first reading but actually it is not a 'must be true' question i.e. inference/conclusion question. In a 'must be true' question, given that the argument is true, you should be able to infer the answer choice without a doubt.
This question asks you for the hypothesis that best supports the findings of the experiment. Mind you, the given hypothesis cannot be inferred without a doubt from the argument. There could be many reasons for the low expenditure of energy. e.g. perhaps subjects who did well have practiced over the years and can easily 'see' how the puzzle pieces will fit and hence the need to expend less energy. We cannot say that they MUST have more energy-efficient neural connections.
But given this hypothesis, i.e. they have more energy-efficient neural connections, findings of the experiment make more sense.
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Picked A, but could later easily understand why it was wrong.

(A) The neurons of the brain react less when a subject is trying to recognize patterns than when the subject is doing other kinds of reasoning. [ this is a general effect. then according to this energy expended by neurons in all subjects must be low, why especially in those who performed most successfully?? (from beatthegmat)

(C) People who are better at abstract pattern recognition have more energy-efficient neural connections I don't like this part, GMAT says, ok, you don't need a special knowledge, BUT wants us to know a bit more than stated in the argument.... So they can argument everything they want with such an instrument......
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An experiment was done in which human subjects recognize a pattern within a matrix of abstract designs and then select another design that completes that pattern. The results of the experiment were surprising. The lowest expenditure of energy in neurons in the brain was found in those subjects who performed most successfully in the experiments.
Which of the following hypotheses best accounts for the findings of the experiment?
(A) The neurons of the brain react less when a subject is trying to recognize patterns than when the subject is doing other kinds of reasoning.
(B) Those who performed best in the experiment experienced more satisfaction when working with abstract patterns than did those who performed less well.
(C) People who are better at abstract pattern recognition have more energy-efficient neural connections.
(D) The energy expenditure of the subjects brains increases when a design that completes the initially recognized pattern is determined.
(E) The task of completing a given design is more capably performed by athletes, whose energy expenditure is lower when they are at rest than is that of the general population.

Situation-

Human subjects are asked to recognize a pattern and perform the task to complete the pattern.
But the results were surprising.Why ? Because the ones who succeeded in doing the task of pattern recognition and completion had the lowest energy expenditure of neurons in brain.

Evaluation-

We have to account for the surprising results of the experiment.
We have to provide a reason for the finding.Hence, we have to provide a strengthener option and also resolve the surprising finding.
We have to find the WHY?

POE-
(A) The neurons of the brain react less when a subject is trying to recognize patterns than when the subject is doing other kinds of reasoning.

This option applies to both performed well as well to those who did not perform well.

(B) Those who performed best in the experiment experienced more satisfaction when working with abstract patterns than did those who performed less well.

Satisfaction? what? What has satisfaction got to do with the finding?We have nothing that would confirm that more satisfaction results in less energy consumption.

(C) People who are better at abstract pattern recognition have more energy-efficient neural connections.

This information accounts for the finding.It gives additional information that the ones who do well on pattern recognition are blessed with efficient neural coonections.Efficient neural connections help save energy!

(D) The energy expenditure of the subjects brains increases when a design that completes the initially recognized pattern is determined.

We are interested in overall energy consumption.Also if this option were true than it would mean that the ones who are successful may have used more energy than the ones who could not recognize and complete the pattern.

(E) The task of completing a given design is more capably performed by athletes, whose energy expenditure is lower when they are at rest than is that of the general population.

The issue at hand is why the energy used by the successful ones is less than the energy used by the ones not successful.The athletes may have efficient neural networks BUT we want to know WHY do they have efficient networks.

Hope the above helps.
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