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If Country X does not intervene militarily in Country Y,

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If Country X does not intervene militarily in Country Y, [#permalink] New post 23 Jul 2007, 10:16
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If Country X does not intervene militarily in Country Y, then the whole region will definitely fall under enemy influence.
It most logically follows from the statement above that, if Country X does intervene militarily in Country Y, then the whole region
(A) Will definitely fall under enemy influence
(B) Will probably fall under enemy influence
(C) Will probably not fall under enemy influence
(D) Will definitely not fall under enemy influence
(E) May or may not fall under enemy influence

pLEASE PROVIDE EXPLAINATION. fyi :its not the obvious answer.
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 [#permalink] New post 23 Jul 2007, 10:18
Good question. The answer is E. I will wait for some more answers before providing an explanation.
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 [#permalink] New post 23 Jul 2007, 10:52
I will go for E.
I know some guys actually have a formaulae for this. It's like
^(Aor B) = ^A and ^ B.
What did you choose. If you went for A, D, they are wrong as the premise says that if not MI then EI . It does not mean that if MI, then no EI. You have to stick to the premise. E seems logical as inspite of MI, EI may or may not happen.
Hope it helps. I am sure somebody here has a clear explanation.
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Jul 2007, 10:52
Clear E.

Read Honghu's tips in this forum...link is provided in the 'New to Verbal Forum' post.These tips will cleat all ur doubts.
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