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New post 23 Feb 2006, 00:09
IMO only C makes sense.

We know in Oct and Nov of 1929 suicide rates were lowest in that year but those may be higher for same period in previous years.
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New post 23 Feb 2006, 00:19
Only C gives a credible challenge to the conclusion.
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C Because Even though the rate for suicides is lower for october and november but C says that it was considerably higher compared to the average of those months of preceding and following yrs.
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New post 23 Feb 2006, 07:57
C it is.
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More Explanation Please
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New post 23 Feb 2006, 20:00
Me too for C.
A - we are not talking about other reasons causing suicides. We are talking about stock market crash.
B - We are talking about only 1929
D - strengthens the conclusion
E - seasonal differences might be a factor. But, we do not know if the factor is favorable for more/less suicides Oct/Nov.
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(C) provides an adequate explanation. Many people committed suicide during the ensuing depression years..
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You guys r great. OA is C
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