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According to a consumer research group survey, the majority of kitchen appliances purchased in the United States are purchased by men. This appears to belie the myth that women spend more time in the kitchen than men.

The argument is flawed primarily because the author _____________.

(A) fails to differentiate between buying and using

(B) does not provide information about the types of kitchen appliances surveyed

(C) depends on the results of one survey

(D) does not give exact statistics to back up his case

(E) does not provide information on other appliances such as washers and dryers
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Men purchase kitchen appliances. But does the argument say that men use the kitchen appliances? No. The argument directly jumps to the conclusion that women spend more time in the kitchen than men. There is a possibility that men buy it and women use it.

Option A is in sync with our reasoning. Answer: A

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It can be possible that most of the men purchasing the kitchen appliances but when it comes to using those appliances, than women will be on the top.

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