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27 Dec 2003, 14:50
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Advertisement: Clark brand-name parts are made for cars manufactured in this country. They satisfy al of our government automotive test-the toughest such tests in the world. With foreign-made parts, you never know which might be reliable and which are cheap look-alikes that are poorly constructed and liable to cost you hundreds of dollars in repairs. Therefore, be smart and insist on brand-name parts by Clark for your car.

The argument requires the assumption that

(A) Clark parts are available only in this country

(B) foreign-made parts are not suitable for cars manufactured in this country

(C) no foreign-made parts satisfy our government standards

(D) parts that satisfy our government standards are not as poorly constructed as cheap foreign-made parts

(E) if parts are made for cars manufactured in our country, they are not poorly constructed

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27 Dec 2003, 19:44
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Given asnwer is D. What a logic. Again I dont trust this. I chose C. PRobably they assume that if the government hadn't approved the auto parts they probably would not be selling in USA.

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29 Dec 2003, 05:30
I think D is correct coz it directly hits the premises given for argument.

C. no foreign-made parts satisfy our government standards
what standards? testing standards or pricing standards....nothing mentioned in paragraph. in Kaplan's language if we choose C then we are thinking too much.
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29 Dec 2003, 07:43
mbamantra wrote:
I think D is correct coz it directly hits the premises given for argument.

C. no foreign-made parts satisfy our government standards
what standards? testing standards or pricing standards....nothing mentioned in paragraph. in Kaplan's language if we choose C then we are thinking too much.

On second thoughts, I too feel the answer should be D

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11 Apr 2016, 03:55
I believe that answer should be D.

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