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I. All wheeled conveyance that travel on the higway are [#permalink] New post 06 Oct 2004, 19:25
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I. All wheeled conveyance that travel on the higway are polluters.
II. Bicycles are not polluters.
III. Whenever I drive my car on the highway, it rains.
IV. It is raining

1. If the above statements are all true, which of the following statements must also be true?
A. Bicylces do not travel on the highway.
B. Bicycles travel on the highway only if it is not raining,
C. I fmy car is not pulluting, then it is not raining
D. I am now driving on the highway
E. My car is not a polluter.1

2. The conclusion "my car is polluting" could be logically deduced from statements I and IV if statement
A. II were changed to "Bicycles are polluters"
B. II were changed to "My car is a polluter"
C. III were changed to "If bicycles were polluters, I would be driving my car on the highway"
D. IV were changed to "Rainwater is polluted"
E. IV were changed to "It is not raining" 5

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 [#permalink] New post 07 Oct 2004, 03:42
Which Test?
For 1st I will go with A.
For 2nd C comes close , but I am not sure
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Oct 2004, 15:04
Question is not the same as the above link... Here the car IS polluting...
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Oct 2004, 16:31
got A and C as well.
I drew Venn dia for all the possible scenario and got these.
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Oct 2004, 19:12
OA is A and E.
I hope these don't appear in the original GMAT. These sound more like GRE format. I too had to draw venn.
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 [#permalink] New post 10 Oct 2004, 06:33
I could not get how E is the answer.

I eliminated A,B and C because we need to derive the conclusion from I and IV. So, D and E remain in the arena. D is ruled out because if rainwater is already polluted, then the conclusion that 'my car is polluting' is tough to reach.
E is non-committal in any sense. How is E the answer through venn diagram? The only way I see that to be an answer is that it has eliminated one cause that may oppose the deduction. Is it the reason why E is the answer?

Could you clarify me?

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OA is A and E.
I hope these don't appear in the original GMAT. These sound more like GRE format. I too had to draw venn.

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