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New post 20 Dec 2011, 02:48
+1 for B.
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New post 26 Dec 2011, 09:27
good question , great explanation also
thank you , did not saw B as answer
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casual reasoning based Qn...
+1 B.( reversal is not true)
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Classic case of causal reasoning.

Stated relation is not reversed that weakens the argument.
So that possibility is highlighted and avoided by option (B).

Hence , (B).
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Between B and C

B) The programming content of NN IS ....more closely aligned.... Leads me to believe that it's more aligned because they changed their programming. Thus this answer supports the conclusion that more people switch to NN.

C) WW viewers liked NN better than WW. .......If they did like it, then why was the number of viewers lower in the first place?

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New post 01 Aug 2014, 00:18
Go for B

Fact 1: the student argue with her parents
Fact 2: Her GPD declined
Conclusion: 1 --> 2
Assumption: if fact 2 caused fact 1, then we cannot conclude that fact 1 cause fact 2
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New post 03 Aug 2016, 13:34
fluke wrote:
ankit1234suhane wrote:
assumption is link between premise and conclusion if that is true how come OA is B?. OA B is reversal of conclusion.
Pls explain


Two things happened:
1. The student scored low.
2. The student had arguments with her parents.

While these two evidences seem to be interdependent, they may very well not be.

The student may be scoring low because of a third reason; perhaps she wants to pursue a different career altogether. Perhaps the very cause that triggered event 1 above could have also triggered 2, who knows.

Just because we are presented with two events, we can't deduce that one occurred because of the other.

(B) just reiterates one of the possible assumptions. It's excluding the possibility that event 1 caused event 2. For the conclusion to be true, we must at least make this assumption. There may be 1000 other assumptions to become sure of the conclusion; however, B should be one among those. "After all, an assumption" is what's asked.

Ans: "B"

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Note: "B" alone wouldn't be sufficient to validate the conclusion.



The conclusion in plain words is that 'Problems in personal relationships affect academic results'. But B says, that the arguments with family post decline in academic results was not reason for trouble with family'. Aren't the two contradicting each other.
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