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Re: Commissioner: Budget forecasters project a revenue shortfall [#permalink]
02 May 2013, 01:03
We will be able to solve the problem we face, therefore, only if we adopt this plan.
The word "only" was the trigger for me to choose b.
Since there is no feasible way to increase the available funds, our only choice is to decrease expenditures. The plan before you outlines feasible cuts that would yield savings of a billion dollars over the coming fiscal year.
Notice the use of feasible twice. So cant it be safely assumed that requisite feasibility studies have been conducted and it is not taking for granted that that there is no way to raise the funds? Thereby making it easy to rule out e? _________________
You've been walking the ocean's edge, holding up your robes to keep them dry. You must dive naked under, and deeper under, a thousand times deeper! - Rumi
A) relies on information that is far from certain no proof in the passage rearding this (B) confuses being an adequate solution with being a required solution. (C) inappropriately relies on the opinions of experts.no proof that reliance is inappropriate (D) inappropriately employs language that is vague. can never be a reason of flaw (E) takes for granted that there is no way to increase available funds. Its a fact that is mentioend, cant challenge the premise
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