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# CR : Expert

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CEO
Joined: 15 Aug 2003
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05 Oct 2003, 00:56
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Only an expert in some branch of pyschology could understand why Patrick is behaving irrationally. But no expert is certain of being able to solve someone else's problem.Patrick wants to devise a solution to his own behavorial problem.

Which of the following conclusions can be validly drawn from the passage?

A. Patrick does not understand why he is behaving this way

B. Patrick is not an expert in Pyschology

C. Patrick is not certain of devising a solution to his own behavorial problem

D. Unless Charles is an expert in some branch of pyschology,Charles should not offer a solution to Patricks behavorial problem.

E. If charles is certain of being able to solve patricks behavorial problem, then charles does not understand why patrick is behaving this way.

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Praetorian

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Manager
Joined: 13 Aug 2003
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05 Oct 2003, 01:57
E is fine. As no expert with certainty can tell the probelm.

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Intern
Joined: 17 Sep 2003
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06 Oct 2003, 22:26
E for sure.. SLIDE 5 of 7 of AkamaiBrah should validate this.
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Jazzy bee

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22 Dec 2006, 03:38
E should be the one..

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Director
Joined: 28 Dec 2005
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22 Dec 2006, 07:22
I am also getting E on this.

If expert (A) then understand cause(B) --> not certain of solution (C)

if not C ie. certain of solution, then not B (not understood cause)

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Senior Manager
Joined: 17 Aug 2005
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22 Dec 2006, 10:28
E too.

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Senior Manager
Joined: 24 Nov 2006
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01 Jan 2007, 16:14
According to the stem:

Understand => Expert.

Expert => Not Certain to Solve.

A conclusion should go, either

Understand => Not certain to solve, or this expressionÂ´s contrapositive:

Certain to solve => Not Understand, which is exactly what E states.

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Re: CR : Expert   [#permalink] 01 Jan 2007, 16:14
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