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# After our extensive enquiry

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Kudos [?]: 24 [3], given: 138

Location: India
Concentration: Finance, Accounting
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11 Oct 2014, 04:27
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After our extensive inquiry into the theft of Jou-Mei’s pudding pop and ice cream sandwich, we have determined that either Aingeru or Iskandar is responsible for the theft, as they were the only two people to have access to the fridge between Jou-Mei’s deposit of the desserts and their unauthorized removal. A pudding pop was found in Aingeru’s cubicle, leading us to suspect him of the theft, but after a witness came forward to accuse Iskandar, Iskandar has admitted to taking the ice cream sandwich. As a result, we must apologize to Aingeru for wrongly accusing him of the theft of the pudding pop.

Which of the following is an assumption on which this argument depends?

(A) Aingeru will accept the apology.
(B) Iskandar has a history of unauthorized food removal.
(C) Jou-Mei planned to eat both the desserts in question
(D) Aingeru actually consumed a fruit popsicle he had brought from home.
(E) Whoever took the pudding pop also took the ice cream sandwich.
[Reveal] Spoiler: OA

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10 Dec 2017, 05:22
How option E is correct. I think assumption should be Whoever took the Ice Cream Sandwitch also took the Pudding Pop.

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10 Dec 2017, 15:19
ankittiss wrote:
After our extensive inquiry into the theft of Jou-Mei’s pudding pop and ice cream sandwich, we have determined that either Aingeru or Iskandar is responsible for the theft, as they were the only two people to have access to the fridge between Jou-Mei’s deposit of the desserts and their unauthorized removal. A pudding pop was found in Aingeru’s cubicle, leading us to suspect him of the theft, but after a witness came forward to accuse Iskandar, Iskandar has admitted to taking the ice cream sandwich. As a result, we must apologize to Aingeru for wrongly accusing him of the theft of the pudding pop.

Which of the following is an assumption on which this argument depends?

(A) Aingeru will accept the apology.
(B) Iskandar has a history of unauthorized food removal.
(C) Jou-Mei planned to eat both the desserts in question
(D) Aingeru actually consumed a fruit popsicle he had brought from home.
(E) Whoever took the pudding pop also took the ice cream sandwich.

Hi ankittiss

Option E should be other way round.. could you please check this option once again ?

What's the source of this question please ?

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