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Insect infestations [#permalink] New post 07 Jul 2009, 07:32
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Re: Insect infestations [#permalink] New post 21 Jul 2009, 01:36
Should be D, Since the reduction in demand of cotton would like to drop in cotton prices, which may not be profitable for soybean growers for current or next few years.
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Re: Insect infestations [#permalink] New post 26 Mar 2010, 19:35
A. if the cost of raising soybeans has increased significantly, then farmers are more likely to give up soybean raising and turn to cotton, which price has risen lately. so this answers supports the assumption.

B. irrelevant!! nothing concerned with newly developed and inexpensive insecticide in the argument.

C. the premise for the growing demand for cotton is "In the past several years". but the argument's assumption is concerned with "at least over the next several years". that means the past conditions dont necessarily affect the future conditions.

D. if few customers would be willing for pay more for cotton goods, then the price of cotton is not likely to increase.

E. irrelevant!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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