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Anny Chross is a known detective novelist. Having noticed a survey

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Anny Chross is a known detective novelist. Having noticed a survey stating that readers between the ages of 18 and 24 prefer a relatively simple detective story over a more complicated narrative which makes more demands on the reader, Ms. Chross has decided to change the plot to make it easier to comprehend by her readership.

Which of the following, if true, most seriously strengthens Ms. Chross's decision?

A) Readers of love stories between the ages of 18-24 prefer to read relatively simple plotted books.
B) Readers of detective novels prefer buying paperback over hard cover, as the former tend to cost significantly less.
C) 58.5% of Anny Chross' readers are adults younger than 25 years.
D) The age range of Anny Chross' readership spans between 14 to over 80 years old.
E) Readers between the ages of 35-44 find relatively simple plots uninteresting.

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A: already given
B: irrelevant
C: shows her majority readers are in the range of age.

D: weakens
E: irrelevant

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if majority of her readers are between that age group it supports why she decided to make the plot easier
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