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I still don`t understand this darn Paradox. I even emailed Bellcurves and they steadfastly maintain that the correct answer is A. :arh
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Thanks Matt. :)
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Thanks Matt. :)


HongHu: Bellcurves SCs and CRs seem to be a crafty reconstruction of OG questions (copyright issues), so they have a tendency to misrepresent some of the incorrect answer choices which, with the new constructions, could feasibly be plausible. This problem really is quite pathetic, even though it is rated as a V38 (upper intermediate) level. :puke ---> Bellcurves
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