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Car and Mobile...do u favor? [#permalink] New post 12 Jul 2005, 21:39
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Politician: The bill that makes using car phones while driving illegal should be adopted. My support of this bill is motivated by a concern for public safety. Using a car phone seriously distracts the driver, which in turn poses a threat to safe driving. People would be deterred from using their car phones while driving if it were illegal to do so.

The argument’s main conclusion follows logically if which one of the following is assumed?

(A) The more attention one pays to driving, the safer a driver one is.

(B) The only way to reduce the threat to public safety posed by car phones is through legislation.

(C) Some distractions interfere with one’s ability to safely operate an automobile.

(D) Any proposed law that would reduce a threat to public safety should be adopted.

(E) Car phone use by passengers does not distract the driver of the car.

My answer is B
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Re: Car and Mobile...do u favor? [#permalink] New post 12 Jul 2005, 22:03
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cybera,
if you post OA with the question, there would be no incentive to answer the question. so please do not post OA with the queston.
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Hello Cybera,

If you post the answer along with the question, then no one will reply to your posts, and there will be no discussions of the answer choices, thus robbing everyone af an opportunity to participate. Please stop posting your answer choices.

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I agree it's B
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I picked E.

Banning drivers from using car phones to increase public safety , would not serve its purpose if a driver is distracted by a passenger using one. Hence E is definitely assumed.

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 [#permalink] New post 13 Jul 2005, 12:37
Guys..i don't understand, what's wrong in posting the answer....

Knowing answer will only confirm someone's personal answer..

May be, i should give the OA later.

Anyway, i see people are participating in all the posts so using the rules of CR i can safely say that the assumption of your conclusion [that people will not post] is wrong...

Chilll.. :)
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