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Adults have the right to vote; so should adolescents. Admittedly, adol

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Adults have the right to vote; so should adolescents. Admittedly, adolescents and adults are not the same. But to the extent that adolescents and adults are different, adults cannot be expected to represent the interests of adolescents. If adults cannot represent the interests of adolescents, then only by giving adolescents the vote will these interests represented.

The statement that adolescents and adults are not the same plays which one of the following roles in the argument?


(A) It presents the conclusion of the argument.

(B) It makes a key word in the argument more precise.

(C) It illustrates a consequence of one of the claims that are used to support the conclusion.

(D) It distracts attention from the point at issue.

(E) It concedes a point that is then used to support the conclusion.


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New post 20 Feb 2020, 02:49
hey i am confused between c and e . please provide an explaination for the same
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I m confused between c and e . can some one explain what justified e over c

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New post 21 Feb 2020, 00:12
confused how the statement qualifies as conceding a point.
concede:
(1) admit that something is true or valid after first denying or resisting it:
(2) surrender or yield (something that one possesses):

The argument is predicated on the fact that adults and adolescents are different - so how does the statement in question qualify as a concession?
Unless they are using the word concede as a synonym for "acknowledge".
IMO poor word choice.
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