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# CR Pregnant women

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13 Sep 2004, 14:22
hmmm, I will choose E.

The conclusion is saying that pregnant women suffer because of higher requirements of vitamins. But it might be possible that the higher requirement of vitamins is not in the diets of pregnant women.

Please correct me if I am wrong.

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13 Sep 2004, 16:08
I will go with E.

The term "higher requirements" is not properly defined.
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13 Sep 2004, 19:47
NM wrote:
I will go with E.

The term "higher requirements" is not properly defined.

Folks

To me it seems C is best

vitamin deficiency is calculated based on a reference point. Now if some grps naturally have more req than others .... the ref pt from which deficiency is calculated is questionable ....

will wait for the OA
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13 Sep 2004, 23:47
C also. 'suffer from vitamin defficiency... which is not due to vitamin defficiency' ?
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14 Sep 2004, 10:07
i think the answer is D.

The argument claims vitamin deficiency in pregnant women as a result of high needs, hence it should show similar incidence of vitamin deficiecy in other high vitamin requiring groups
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17 Sep 2004, 18:41
Another vote for C folks. Do we know the OA?

C brings out the fact that the term Vitamin deficiency has been erroneously used to compare two sets of people with different set of requirements .. hence deficiency for one group is not necessarily deficiency for other.
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17 Sep 2004, 18:44
OA is indeed C
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17 Sep 2004, 22:01
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17 Sep 2004, 22:13
Whoa!!!!
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