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10 Aug 2004, 15:50
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10 Aug 2004, 16:50
Will go with A on this one
If wife is already pregnant, birth control councelling wont help!
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10 Aug 2004, 18:01
My vote is for A. Srivijay's explanation is correct
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10 Aug 2004, 18:13
My choices were between A and E. Can someone refute E with a powerful explanation. I am quite convinced on the fact that A has better information to support the conclusion.
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10 Aug 2004, 20:09
A it is

good thought Srijay
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11 Aug 2004, 02:46
A it is...cool one Srijay.

E is out because...it sounds as though even without the child factor, their marriages could be in trouble (that they need to be 'encouraged' to stay put together). Meaning, when no child in the first year does not guarantee that the 'marriage will be successful'. This directly contradicts the author's theory.
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11 Aug 2004, 06:16
Yes. it is A with the crowd.

But, I was thinking on C too. However, C is extraneous. Need to improve my thinking a lot.

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11 Aug 2004, 07:38
A is the answer.

Thanks everyone.
11 Aug 2004, 07:38
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