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Consultant: Most workers do not have every item they produce judged for quality, but each piece a freelance writer authors is evaluated. That is why freelance writers produce such high quality work.

The consultant's statements, if true, most strongly support which one of the following?

(A) A piece authored by a freelance writer is generally evaluated more strictly than the majority of items most workers produce.
(B) By having every piece of their work evaluated, some workers are caused to produce high quality work.
(C) No other workers produce higher quality work than do freelance writers.
(D) Only freelance writers have every item they produce evaluated for quality.
(E) Some workers produce high-quality work in spite of the fact that not every item they produce is judged for quality.
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the answer should be B
as the stimulus says that feelances produce high quality work then their work must be judged foe the quality
and option B supports it by adding that some workers produce high quality work after knowing about the judgement of their work .
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Consultant: Most workers do not have every item they produce judged for quality, but each piece a freelance writer authors is evaluated. That is why freelance writers produce such high quality work.

The consultant's statements, if true, most strongly support which one of the following?

(A) A piece authored by a freelance writer is generally evaluated more strictly than the majority of items most workers produce.
To extreme and freelancers are not the only people whose worko be evaluated strictly.
(B) By having every piece of their work evaluated, some workers are caused to produce high quality work.
Based on the argument the high level of evaluation is the reason for the production onf high quality work, so whoever's work is highly evaluated is tend to produce high quality work.
(C) No other workers produce higher quality work than do freelance writers.
Extreme.
(D) Only freelance writers have every item they produce evaluated for quality.
No such premise.
(E) Some workers produce high-quality work in spite of the fact that not every item they produce is judged for quality.
May be true but cannot be inferenced from teh argument.
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Consultant: Most workers do not have every item they produce judged for quality, but each piece a freelance writer authors is evaluated. That is why freelance writers produce such high quality work.

The consultant's statements, if true, most strongly support which one of the following?

(A) A piece authored by a freelance writer is generally evaluated more strictly than the majority of items most workers produce.
(B) By having every piece of their work evaluated, some workers are caused to produce high quality work.
(C) No other workers produce higher quality work than do freelance writers.
(D) Only freelance writers have every item they produce evaluated for quality.
(E) Some workers produce high-quality work in spite of the fact that not every item they produce is judged for quality.


Hi

I do not find any of the answer correct here. Option "B" seems to be tempting but fall victim to the analogy with the freelance writer.

There is a subtle difference between a freelance writer and a worker. A freelance get more work based on the quality of piece he/she is producing, and may not survive if the piece he/she produce is not of high quality. However, situation of a worker is different. Even if they do not produce a high quality work they might not have to fight for their survival and hence might not be motivated to produce high quality work. But yes, if the workers are rewarded for the work they produce they may be motivated to produce high quality work.

Here, in the above premise I do not find all the dots are linking to produce a meaningful conclusion.
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