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Only an expert in some branch of psychology 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 behavioral problem.

Which one 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 psychology
C.Patrick is not certain of being able to devise a solution to his own behavioral problem.
D.Unless charles is an expert in some branch of psychology, charles should not offer a solution to patrick's behavioral problem
E.if charles is certain of being able to solve patrick's behavioral problem, then charles does not understand why patrick is behaving in this way.


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New post 24 May 2004, 21:01
is it E?
if Charles is certain to solve Patricks problem then he does fall in the set of Experts. Since he does not come under experts he does not understand why Patric is behaving irrationaly.

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New post 24 May 2004, 22:22
E seems to be fine...but I think B follows closely...the crux of this CR is the second line...with the keyword being...' But no'...


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New post 26 May 2004, 07:00
OA is E, anandk provided a good explanation.

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