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Choi : All other factors being equal , children whose parents earned doctorates are more likely to earn a doctorate than children whose parents did not earn doctorates

Hart : But consider this : Over 70% of all doctorate holders do not have a parent that also holds a doctorate

Which of the following is the most accurate evaluation of Hart's reply ?

A. It establishes that Choi's claim is an exaggeration
B. If true, it effectively demonstrated that Choi's claim cannot be accurate
C. It is consistent with Choi's claim
D. It provides alternative reasons for accepting choi's claim.
E. It mistakes what is necessary for an event with what is sufficient to determine that the event will occur
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04 Jul 2007, 13:42
vote for B
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04 Jul 2007, 13:49

Hart's argument doenst refute Chois claim at all.Chois doesnt say that there are more doctorate holders whose parents are doctorate holders than the ones whose parents are not. He says there is more likly to get a doctorate degree to one whose parents are doctorate holders.

so both claims are consistent.
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04 Jul 2007, 13:56
vote for C for the reason above
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04 Jul 2007, 14:59
trahul4 wrote:
Choi : All other factors being equal , children whose parents earned doctorates are more likely to earn a doctorate than children whose parents did not earn doctorates

Hart : But consider this : Over 70% of all doctorate holders do not have a parent that also holds a doctorate

Which of the following is the most accurate evaluation of Hart's reply ?

A. It establishes that Choi's claim is an exaggeration
B. If true, it effectively demonstrated that Choi's claim cannot be accurate
C. It is consistent with Choi's claim
D. It provides alternative reasons for accepting choi's claim.
E. It mistakes what is necessary for an event with what is sufficient to determine that the event will occur

Hart's reply is consistent with Choi's observation
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04 Jul 2007, 23:03
Excellent guys. OA is C.
04 Jul 2007, 23:03
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