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# CR1b from v study

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30 Jul 2004, 22:12
You are right.OA is C. My problem with this question is that argument mentions that less extra money saved will affect people's spending. Now C seems to say the same thing. I always thought that in assumption questions, you have to decipher that point which is assumed ..but not mentioned . I think C repeats almost the same thing which is mentioned in argument. Where Iam getting confused?

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