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14. Advertisement:
Of the many over-the-counter medications marketed
for the relief of sinus headache. SineEase costs the
least per dose. And SineEase is as effective per dose
as the most effective of those other medications. So
for relief from sinus headaches, SineEase is the best
buy.

Which of the following, if true, most seriously weakens
the argument above?
(A) Most of the over-the-counter medications marketed
for the relief of sinus headache are equally
effective per dose in providing such relief.
(B) Many of the over-the-counter medications
marketed for the relief of sinus headache
contain the same active ingredient as SineEase.
(C) People who suffer from frequent sinus headaches
are strongly advised to consult a doctor before
taking any over-the-counter medication.
(D) An over-the-counter medication that is marketed
for the relief of symptoms of head cold is
identical in composition to SineEase but costs
less per dose.
(E) The pre dose price for any given over-the-
counter medication marketed for the relief of
sinus headache is higher for smaller packages
than it is for larger packages.
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D is the best. People can always use that cheap medicine for headcold + headache and pay less than Sineease costs

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Another Vote for (D).

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