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A recent research study of undergraduate students analyzed the effects

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21 Jun 2017, 17:08
well, there is an assumption of the facts that in the split 10-170-20, the number of concerts of each group must be distinct.
Surely, other options do not sound correct. Nevertheless, D also has its weakness as well.

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21 Jun 2017, 23:40
Answer is D
Is is just a paraphrase of the argument
Based on the results of the questionnaires, all of the 10 students who attended the greatest number of concerts reported lower stress levels and higher satisfaction with their lives.
Option C comes close but fails because it only talks about adults not all humans .
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25 Jun 2017, 07:56
Merged topics. Please, search before posting questions!
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09 Sep 2017, 06:44
I missed the word "at least 1 two-hour concert" while solving the question, and assumed that there were "exactly 12 sessions"...
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