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[GMATPrep] CR - Sea otters

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New post 11 Apr 2007, 08:31
A it is...

The killer whales seek other source of food when sea lions and seals are scarce( this is given in the argument)...this means that whales may be responsible for decline in otters population...and not the disease

Whats the OA??

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New post 11 Apr 2007, 09:08
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A it is...

The killer whales seek other source of food when sea lions and seals are scarce( this is given in the argument)...this means that whales may be responsible for decline in otters population...and not the disease

Whats the OA??


Well done buddy.

I am 100% sure A is correct.

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New post 11 Apr 2007, 19:44
The conclusion drawn is disease is the reason for decline of sea otters.
A -gives another reason for decline and hence weakens the conclusion

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My vote for A

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OA is A.

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