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14 Mar 2005, 09:33
greenandwise wrote:
My answer is A...if davolterra stripped away the paint underneath (i.e. he removed Michealangelo's painting to add his own), then removal of his work would mean that there would be a "hole" where davolterra's painting were so it makes sense to keep his work.

It's not so much a case of not making sense, but more a case of the primary objective not achieved.
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14 Mar 2005, 09:39
It took me a while to see the point in A ..i would have picked E on the test
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It took me a while to see the point in A ..i would have picked E on the test

but that's why we're all here in the forum. To discuss our answers, learn new principles, and find out what's wrong with out logic. That way, we wouldn't pick the wrong answer on the test, yeah ?
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14 Mar 2005, 14:40
I would have picked 'C'. But I now understand why 'A'.

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