The number of children killed while playing illegally on railway lines in Britain is now ten times as high as it was 10 years ago. We may therefore conclude that provision for children to play in a safe environment is insufficient and that lives are being lost as a result.
Which of the following exhibits the same logic as the statement above?
A) Minister X has stated in Parliament that his department is on course to achieve the budget cuts that were promised by the Prime Minister. However, Minister X has a reputation for misleading Parliament, so we should not necessarily believe his claim.
B) The incidence of lung cancer has decreased steadily over the last decade. The treatment of lung cancer victims represents a heavy financial burden on the National Health Service, so we may conclude that the costs of running the N.H.S. have decreased in the last ten years.
C) Thin, wispy clouds, known as cirrus are usually associated with fine, dry weather. Looking at the sky this morning, I noticed the presence of these clouds, so I conclude that it is likely that the weather today will be fine and dry.
D) Workers in the factory owned by company Y have expressed dissatisfaction with the inflexibility of their working schedules. The management are proposing to introduce more flexible working practices in the hope that doing so will increase worker satisfaction.
E) Since Peter started on his new training regime, his performance on the hundred metre hurdles has increased greatly. Clearly the new training regime is paying dividends and should be continued.
I am confused with the logic in the argument
. So, share some analysis for this problem.