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3. Genevieve: Increasing costs have led commercial airlines to cut back on airplane maintenance. Also, reductions in public spending have led to air traffic control centers being underfunded and understaffed. For these and other reasons it is becoming quite unsafe to fly, and so one should avoid doing it.

Harold: Your reasoning may be sound, but I can hardly accept your conclusion when you yourself have recently been flying on commercial airlines even more than before.

Which one of the following relies on a questionable technique most similar to that used in Haroldâ€™s reply to Genevieve?

(A) David says that the new film is not very good, but he has not seen it himself, so I donâ€™t accept his opinion.
(B) A long time ago Maria showed me a great way to cook lamb, but for medical reasons she no longer eats red meat, so Iâ€™ll cook something else for dinner tonight.
(C) Susan has been trying to persuade me to go rock climbing with her, claiming that itâ€™s quite safe, but last week she fell and broke her collarbone, so I donâ€™t believe her.
(D) Pat has shown me research that proves that eating raw green vegetables is very beneficial and that one should eat them daily, but I donâ€™t believe it, since she hardly ever eats raw green vegetables.
(E) Gabriel has all the qualifications we have specified for the job and has much relevant work experience, but I donâ€™t believe we should hire him, because when he worked in a similar position bef
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31 May 2005, 17:41
D - general truth is dismissed just because the person advancing the argument doesn't follow it
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31 May 2005, 17:52
D. Pat behaves in a same way as explanied by harold the behavior of Genevieve. Pat also tries to prove something but he himself doesnot do that thing.
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31 May 2005, 17:53
Genevieve:

1) Increasing costs -> cut back on airplane maintenance

2) Reductions in public spending -> air traffic control centers underfunded and understaffed

3) For these and other reasons it is becoming quite unsafe to fly, and so one should avoid doing it.

Harold:

1) Your reasoning may be sound, but I can hardly accept your conclusion when you yourself have recently been flying on commercial airlines even more than before.

Here, G presents evidence and conclusion
H accepts evidence but rejects conclusion as G does not practice conclusion

(A) David says that the new film is not very good, but he has not seen it himself, so I donâ€™t accept his opinion.
- no evidence presented

(B) A long time ago Maria showed me a great way to cook lamb, but for medical reasons she no longer eats red meat, so Iâ€™ll cook something else for dinner tonight.
- Different reasoning

(C) Susan has been trying to persuade me to go rock climbing with her, claiming that itâ€™s quite safe, but last week she fell and broke her collarbone, so I donâ€™t believe her.
- No evidence presented

(D) Pat has shown me research that proves that eating raw green vegetables is very beneficial and that one should eat them daily, but I donâ€™t believe it, since she hardly ever eats raw green vegetables.
- P presents evidence and conclusion
- I rejects conclusion since P does not practice conclusion

(E) Gabriel has all the qualifications we have specified for the job and has much relevant work experience, but I donâ€™t believe we should hire him, because when he worked in a similar position bef
(Incomplete sentence in E). But reasoning is different as no evidence is presented by a certain person.

D for me.
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31 May 2005, 20:11
D.

similar reasoning as above.
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03 Jun 2005, 16:11
The OA is D.
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