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New post 25 Jun 2006, 01:58
Nearly one in three subscribers to Financial Forecaster is a millionaire, and over half are in top
management. Shouldn’t you subscribe to Financial Forecaster now?
A reader who is neither a millionaire nor in top management would be most likely to act in
accordance with the advertisement’s suggestion if he or she drew which of the following
questionable conclusions invited by the advertisement?
(A) Among finance-related periodicals. Financial Forecaster provides the most detailed
financial information.
(B) Top managers cannot do their jobs properly without reading Financial Forecaster.
(C) The advertisement is placed where those who will be likely to read it are millionaires.
(D) The subscribers mentioned were helped to become millionaires or join top management by
reading Financial Forecaster.
(E) Only those who will in fact become millionaires, or at least top managers, will read the
advertisement.

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New post 25 Jun 2006, 15:04
sharadGmat wrote:
Nearly one in three subscribers to Financial Forecaster is a millionaire, and over half are in top
management. Shouldn’t you subscribe to Financial Forecaster now?
A reader who is neither a millionaire nor in top management would be most likely to act in
accordance with the advertisement’s suggestion if he or she drew which of the following
questionable conclusions invited by the advertisement?
(A) Among finance-related periodicals. Financial Forecaster provides the most detailed
financial information.
(B) Top managers cannot do their jobs properly without reading Financial Forecaster.
(C) The advertisement is placed where those who will be likely to read it are millionaires.
(D) The subscribers mentioned were helped to become millionaires or join top management by
reading Financial Forecaster.
(E) Only those who will in fact become millionaires, or at least top managers, will read the
advertisement.


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The question mentions 'questionable conclusion', and D stands...
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New post 26 Jun 2006, 03:15
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If the reader assumes that Financial Forcaster somehow made common people millionares or helped common people join top mangement positions, the reader will be inclined to subscribe to the magazine

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