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Re: Delta Products Inc. has recently switched at least partly [#permalink] New post 19 Aug 2013, 20:54
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OA for this post is incorrect, it should be E.. Mods can you please rectify..look at Ron's explanation over here
http://www.beatthegmat.com/bold-face-qu ... 34190.html


Note that the original question is not the same as this one. The bold parts are different and hence the OA is different. In the previous comments, I have mentioned time and again that there are two different questions (where the bold sentences are different). The OA of the original question is (B) only.
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Re: Delta Products Inc. has recently switched at least partly [#permalink] New post 25 Oct 2013, 20:22
Sweet smell of success when u got a Bold CR right :D
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Coming off the back of last weeks article about sanitizing my makeup I purged my collection and disposed of all my unused and old cosmetics. Needless to say, my collection is now substantially smaller. Not to worry, I suppose it gives me an excuse to branch out and experiment with some new products right? After my purge I ended up pondering how often I purchase cosmetics and then refuse to throw them out. Unfortunately you have caught me. That's right I am a functioning makeup hoarder! I once kept a tube of discontinued lipstick from my favourite brand for about seven years before I could bear to part with it. O_o can I detect product expiration here?
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Delta Products Inc. has recently switched at least partly [#permalink] New post 20 Feb 2015, 07:05
was stucked between B and D.
First BF: Fact / Evidence / Support to the conclusion
Second BF: hmm... the word WETHER makes it NEUTRAL, because we don't know the answer yet.
Conclusion: clearly --> YES

(A) The first identifies the content of the conclusion of the argument; the second provides support for that conclusion.
(B) The first provides support for the conclusion of the argument; the second identifies the content of that conclusion - CORRECT

(C) The first states the conclusion of the argument; the second calls that conclusion into question.
(D) The first provides support for the conclusion of the argument; the second calls that conclusion into question. --> to call into question -means smth. negative for the conclusion, but the 2nd BF is not negative (to make a question has not the same impact as call into question on the GMAT , the word wether is neutral
(E)Each provides support for the conclusion of the argument - second BF is neutral - doesn't support the conclusion
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