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I)all german philosophers ,except for marx are idealists.

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I)all german philosophers ,except for marx are idealists.  [#permalink] New post 23 Aug 2003, 07:15
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I)all german philosophers ,except for marx are idealists.
from which of the following can the statement above be most properly inferred?
1)except for marx if someone is an idealist philosopher ,then he or she is german.
2)marx is the only non german philosopher who is an idealist.
3) if a german is an idealist ,then he or she is a philosopher,as long as he or she is not marx
4)marx is not an idealist german philosopher.
5)aside from the philosopher marx ,if someone is a german philosopher ,then he or she is an idealist

II)An advertisement on a billboard displays the message to passing motorists, “Honk if you don’t use Blind-O Window Cleaner” Based on this advertisement, which of the following statements can be concluded?
a) A driver who reads the sign and then honks in response to it must not use Blind-O Window Cleaner.
b) A driver who does not use Blind-O Window Cleaner will honk after reading the sign.
c) Based on this advertisement, it is possible to determine a motorist’s use of blind-O window Cleaner if that motorist does not honk after reading the sign.
d) If a driver uses Blind-O window cleaner, he or she will not honk after reading the sign.
e) A driver who reads the sign and then does not honk must not use Blind-O Window Cleaner

:roll: any help will be appreciated
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 [#permalink] New post 23 Aug 2003, 10:06
i dont understand 1... for me, 4 and 5 are correct... marx is not an idealist, thus 4 correct... and 5 paraphrases the info given....
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 [#permalink] New post 23 Aug 2003, 21:43
the answer to the first is e.can anyone elaborate?

the answer to the second choice is also e.
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Re: CR [#permalink] New post 27 Oct 2003, 06:40
doloris wrote:
I)all german philosophers ,except for marx are idealists.
from which of the following can the statement above be most properly inferred?
1)except for marx if someone is an idealist philosopher ,then he or she is german.
2)marx is the only non german philosopher who is an idealist.
3) if a german is an idealist ,then he or she is a philosopher,as long as he or she is not marx
4)marx is not an idealist german philosopher.
5)aside from the philosopher marx ,if someone is a german philosopher ,then he or she is an idealist

II)An advertisement on a billboard displays the message to passing motorists, тАЬHonk if you donтАЩt use Blind-O Window CleanerтАЭ Based on this advertisement, which of the following statements can be concluded?
a) A driver who reads the sign and then honks in response to it must not use Blind-O Window Cleaner.
b) A driver who does not use Blind-O Window Cleaner will honk after reading the sign.
c) Based on this advertisement, it is possible to determine a motoristтАЩs use of blind-O window Cleaner if that motorist does not honk after reading the sign.
d) If a driver uses Blind-O window cleaner, he or she will not honk after reading the sign.
e) A driver who reads the sign and then does not honk must not use Blind-O Window Cleaner

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1. E. E clearer and more powerful than D
2. C. IMO A, B, D express the behavior IF drive follow the ad. They have the same chance to be correct.
C sound better becasue "POSSIBLE"....
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Oct 2003, 07:59
The OP says the answer to #2 is E. I don't understand why...E is a false statement. If the driver reads the sign and doesn't honk, it means he DOES use the product.

I think this is a misprint. The answer would be E if the question said: which one of these statements CANNOT be concluded.
Anyone agree?
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 [#permalink] New post 31 May 2005, 14:12
Bumping this one up because I felt this is an excellent question :)... Q1 of above

This is one of the few questions where I found that the argument/passage is asking itself to be inferred from one of the answers.

OA is E.

I used diagrams to solve this. Initially i was also stuck b/w D and E but when I realized my goofup( passage getting inferred from answer) I was convinced with E.
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 [#permalink] New post 01 Jun 2005, 09:07
ashkg,what is this diagram thing?Can you elaborate on that?
Indeed,second question is excellent,looks like a psychologial experiment.
Can anyone explain why the second one is E?
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 [#permalink] New post 01 Jun 2005, 14:29
Fuqua wrote:
ashkg,what is this diagram thing?Can you elaborate on that?
Indeed,second question is excellent,looks like a psychologial experiment.
Can anyone explain why the second one is E?


All A is B can be represented by two concentric circles A and B. A is the inner circle.

Once drawn you can use the diagram to solve the question.
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