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Among the more effective kinds of publicity that publishers can get for a new book is to have excerpts of it published in a high-circulation magazine soon before the book is published. The benefits of such excerption include not only a sure increase in sales but also a fee paid by the magazine to the book’s publisher.
Which of the following conclusions is best supported by the information above?
(A) The number of people for whom seeing an excerpt of a book in a magazine provides an adequate substitute for reading the whole book is smaller than the number for whom the excerpt stimulates a desire to read the book.
(B) Because the financial advantage of excerpting a new book in a magazine usually accrues to the book’s publisher, magazine editors are unwilling to publish excerpts from new books.
(C) In calculating the total number of copies that a book has sold, publishers include sales of copies of magazines that featured an excerpt of the book.
(D) The effectiveness of having excerpts of a book published in a magazine, measured in terms of increased sales of a book, is proportional to the circulation of the magazine in which the excerpts are published.
(E) Books that are suitable for excerpting in high-circulation magazines sell more copies than books that are not suitable for excerpting.

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D? How POE. Confidence index 4/10.

A - not relevent.
B - not mentioned in the argument
C - not mentioned
E - Cannot conclude about sales of books that are not suitable for excerpting from the information.
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(A) The number of people for whom seeing an excerpt of a book in a magazine provides an adequate substitute for reading the whole book is smaller than the number for whom the excerpt stimulates a desire to read the book. Correct! If the people who saw an excerpt still chose to buy the book, sales would increase.

(B) Because the financial advantage of excerpting a new book in a magazine usually accrues to the book’s publisher, magazine editors are unwilling to publish excerpts from new books. Out of scope

(C) In calculating the total number of copies that a book has sold, publishers include sales of copies of magazines that featured an excerpt of the book. Not discussed at all

(D) The effectiveness of having excerpts of a book published in a magazine, measured in terms of increased sales of a book, is proportional to the circulation of the magazine in which the excerpts are published. Would make sense but not discussed

(E) Books that are suitable for excerpting in high-circulation magazines sell more copies than books that are not suitable for excerpting Same as D
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agreed.
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(A) The number of people for whom seeing an excerpt of a book in a magazine provides an adequate substitute for reading the whole book is smaller than the number for whom the excerpt stimulates a desire to read the book. Correct! If the people who saw an excerpt still chose to buy the book, sales would increase.

(B) Because the financial advantage of excerpting a new book in a magazine usually accrues to the book’s publisher, magazine editors are unwilling to publish excerpts from new books. Out of scope

(C) In calculating the total number of copies that a book has sold, publishers include sales of copies of magazines that featured an excerpt of the book. Not discussed at all

(D) The effectiveness of having excerpts of a book published in a magazine, measured in terms of increased sales of a book, is proportional to the circulation of the magazine in which the excerpts are published. Would make sense but not discussed

(E) Books that are suitable for excerpting in high-circulation magazines sell more copies than books that are not suitable for excerpting Same as D

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Hey HIMALAYA, you are still around?! So good to see you buddy!
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Hey HIMALAYA, you are still around?! So good to see you buddy!


yes, because you nice guys are arround. :wink: :lol:

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One more vote for A

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TeHCM wrote:
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(A) The number of people for whom seeing an excerpt of a book in a magazine provides an adequate substitute for reading the whole book is smaller than the number for whom the excerpt stimulates a desire to read the book. Correct! If the people who saw an excerpt still chose to buy the book, sales would increase.

(B) Because the financial advantage of excerpting a new book in a magazine usually accrues to the book?s publisher, magazine editors are unwilling to publish excerpts from new books. Out of scope

(C) In calculating the total number of copies that a book has sold, publishers include sales of copies of magazines that featured an excerpt of the book. Not discussed at all

(D) The effectiveness of having excerpts of a book published in a magazine, measured in terms of increased sales of a book, is proportional to the circulation of the magazine in which the excerpts are published. Would make sense but not discussed

(E) Books that are suitable for excerpting in high-circulation magazines sell more copies than books that are not suitable for excerpting Same as D

Agree A it is !Gr8 explanation TeHCM
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great expln TeHCM

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Good One TeHCM..
OA is A

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New post 25 Jan 2006, 01:57
Wow. I got this right.

I could not understand A but then I skipped A and read other choices. Without even coming back to A, I made my mind for A because all other choices never even comes closer to argument. :wink:
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Got A.

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ps_dahiya wrote:
Wow. I got this right.

I could not understand A but then I skipped A and read other choices. Without even coming back to A, I made my mind for A because all other choices never even comes closer to argument. :wink:



so u too get this feeling..I thought i was the only one..Sometimes i just like an option and then no matter how good the other options are, i try defending this one

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